GeoPal Mobile App - Custom Workflow Capabilities

GeoPal offers a fully customizable Mobile Application, that can be tailored to meet utilities specific requirements. The GeoPal Mobile App is intuitive, fast and has a user-friendly interface that is accessible to all Utility field-based workforces. The App is accessible on both Android and Apple iOS mobile devices.

Field workers use the GeoPal Mobile App to receive jobs assigned to them, navigate to the job location, check in onsite and then follow the assigned job workflow. The workflows can be exactly customized with a drag and drop interface to suit the data to be captured at each step – no coding required.

Workflow Capabilities:

A Mobile App workflow is a sequence of predefined  tasks. With GeoPal a user can create an unlimited number of custom mobile workflow templates, surveys and audits on the GeoPal Cloud Platform. In paper-based organisations, 30-40% of an employee’s time is spent processing paper forms, with filing costs averaging at about £20 per month. 70% of today’s businesses would fail within three weeks if they suffered a catastrophic loss of paper-based records. A document is lost every 12 seconds in large organizations, whilst £120 billion a year is spent on printed forms, most of which outdate themselves in 3 months

GeoPal eliminates these inefficiencies, providing an intuitive interface which allows a Utility user to create unique mobile forms, selecting from a large number of workflow steps.

The GeoPal Mobile App has the following features:

Customizable Home Screen. The GeoPal Mobile App can be configured to suit the exact needs of Utility field-based workforces

New Jobs List. Utility Field Workers see new jobs assigned to them on the GeoPal Mobile App. Jobs can be filtered by date, priority, distance and more.

View Jobs on Map. ​New jobs locations can be viewed on a map, click on the pin to open the job details

Accept or Reject Jobs. The Utility field worker can accept or reject jobs on the GeoPal Mobile App. If a job is rejected a reason must be entered.

Navigate to Job Location. ​Once the job is accepted the fielder worker can use the navigate-to-location function.

Job Workflow Steps. ​When on-site the field worker completes the job, workflow steps. The check-in step time stamps the job start time.

Pick List. ​There are over 70 workflow step types including the pick-list step.

Image Capture. ​Within the job workflow the field worker can take photos and video clips. All photos are time stamped and GPS tagged.

Image Annotate. ​When a photo is taken it can be annotated with lines, arrows and text with multiple colours

Scan GPS Location. Capture the GPS location of the job within the job workflow.

Scan Document. Where it is not possible to eliminate all paperwork from the field, it can be scanned in to GeoPal with Camscanner.

Capture Signature. Capture the signature of customers for Proof of Service Delivery.

Scan barcode and RFID Tags. GeoPal has steps for scanning barcodes and RFID tags. Can be used to capture assets delivered or parts used in a job.

Why GeoPal?

Implementing digital transformation in your organisation is easier than it may seem. Common organisational challenges are solved through the use of flexible mobile workflow forms. As demonstrated, here is no software coding required – GeoPal provides an easy-to-use online tool for creating mobile forms using a simple drag and drop interface.

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