Data Collection

Despite much talk to digitalisation in recent years, the paper-based approach may still be the most common method of data collection at many organisations. There are significant issues associated with a paper-based data approach, such as high error rates, slow reporting and low integrity of data.

As mobile devices become more affordable with a reduced learning curve, collecting different types of information with the help of a mobile device just makes perfect business sense! Not only does it help us save time, money, and human resources, it is also way more environmentally friendly by saving countless paper.


“ Within 4 weeks of implementing digital work instructions, Jabil Circuit gained more than 10% increase in production yield and a 60% reduction of manual-assembly-related quality issues. “

McKinsey & Co – Advanced Industries, July 2019


Improve speed and ensures data accuracy

Predefined selection (lists, radio buttons, check boxes), data validation, barcode scanning.

Data is collected and processed in real-time

Users have immediate access to the same information, managers review and monitor collected data as it happens.

Use cases:

Inventory management

Simplify warehouse operations and improve inventory accuracy.

  • Receive and validate purchase order receipts
  • Count and move inventory using barcode scanning
  • Sales order picking and update the order status immediately
  • Issue materials to jobs and capture lot/ serial numbers
  • Receive finished goods from production and update inventory immediately
Shop floor management

Track consumption and material movement on the shop floor.

  • Dispatch materials based on work order/ jobs
  • Validate material consumption based on bill of materials/ recipe
  • Issue materials to jobs and capture lot/ serial numbers
  • Enforce FIFO (first-in-first-out) picking policies
  • Move and verify material movement using barcode scanning

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