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24 November 2015. Posted by Jessica King-Holford
‘Why fix it if it ain’t broke?’ It is no surprise that a company in an industry such as construction, where traditional methods have been implemented for years and years, are resistant to change.
9 November 2015. Posted by Jessica King-Holford
In order to stay afloat and up to date in their fast paced, evolving fields, electricians and plumbers must understand and embrace mobile technologies.
22 September 2015. Posted by Jessica King-Holford
Klipboard has launched an exciting competition in which you have the opportunity to soar up into the clouds on a fantastic hot air balloon ride, along with an iPad mini to capture the amazing moment!
26 August 2015. Posted by Jessica King-Holford
In recent years, organisations have had to adapt the way they manage and operate in response to a dramatic shift in technology, expanse of competition and the force of globalisation. This has defined the way in which businesses function and finding new ways to improve business productivity, flexibility and efficiency are no longer additional benefits to have, but are essential to the success of the business in the future.
5 August 2015. Posted by Jessica King-Holford
Regardless of a company’s size, experience and expertise, paper based methods within an organisation can inhibit the efficiency and productivity of the business. Creating a more streamline way to work, Klipboard enables retailers to efficiently and accurately carry out work in-store and allows for data capture that is securely stored and accessible anywhere, anytime.
5 July 2015. Posted by Jessica King-Holford
They have been a valuable part of the Klipboard team for the last two months, let us introduce them to you; meet Jared and Jessica.
22 May 2015. Posted by Jessica King-Holford
We are human and humans can make mistakes. There are traditional ways to reduce the amount of errors that are made through manual data capture and data re-entry within a business with field based staff. There is always, however, the scope for flaws in paper based methods and habits to creep in, creating costly errors to a business.