Reduce unnecessary archiving and research efforts and establish a fully documented, customer-compliant and audit-proof verification.
Scanning & extensive research are a thing of the past
Take advantage of the benefits Operations1 gives you through transparent reporting and easy tracking.
Photo and video documentation
Let your employees document errors and incidents through photos and videos. The integrated photo and video function allows employees to take photos and videos with their tablet or smartphone camera directly in the checklist.
Operations1 transparently and seamlessly documents all processes performed by employees in digital checklists. As a result, the automatically generated reports greatly strengthen your evidentiary power to customers and auditors. You have strong evidentiary power - your customers and auditors will love the transparency.
Overviews and filters
Operations1 offers you various overviews and filters so that you can not only keep track of current processes, but also quickly find the right report or completed task in retrospect, for example, in the case of customer inquiries.
Digital test protocols give us 100% transparency for efficient verification.Phillip Duwe Quality Engineer, KraussMaffei
Digital photo documentation gives us the decisive evidential power in the event of warranty claims.Alexander Kunert Head of Quality Assurance, MCRT GmbH
Thanks to Operations1, test results can now be viewed quickly and are transparent.Stephan Wagner Head of Quality and Project Management, BBW Lasertechnik GmbH
The digital documentation provides us important insights, so we can react better and faster.Thomas Adamek Head of IT & Qualitymanagement, Nabertherm GmbH
In quality management, we have significantly increased our audit safety.Cyril Maurer Head of Production and Test Bench, Soudronic AG
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