The Papertrail platform will have Task Manager – the facility to create tasks to evidence corrective and preventative actions
Llanfairfechan – 25 May 2017 – The forthcoming Task Manager functionality will enable users to create tasks to evidence corrective and preventative actions, thus providing enhanced support to quality management systems already in place.
Tasks can be created on any record to aid other team members to see what actions need to be undertaken and when completed. Users will be notified and be able to see what tasks along with any inspections are scheduled. All completed tasks and notes are evidenced with the entire record history.
“The Papertrail team see many ‘to-do’ list apps in use whilst undertaking inspections and since the news that Wunderlist is no longer going to be supported by Microsoft we decided to incorporate the option to create, assign and set deadlines on tasks on individual records” commented Ben Scholes, CEO and Co-Founder.
Task Manager is scheduled to be available in Beta week commencing 1 June 2017, and the Papertrail development team would be grateful if your organisation would trial the Beta version, FREE of charge for a short period of time. In return we would be grateful for all feedback and comments.
The Papertrail platform was created out of the need to find an easier way to keep accurate records and demonstrate compliance for equipment inspections and audits.
Today, industry-leading partners, SMEs to larger enterprise and public sector organisations and their staff and contractors trust Papertrail to drive business efficiencies and optimise compliance by managing equipment inspections, certification and safety records.
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