As an inspection company, you are the safety belt of the industry. You make sure that everyone does what they say they will do. SteelTrace offers a way of servicing your customer as you have never been able to before, in real-time. SteelTrace also offer a way for you to report digitally secured documents that can never be changed.
As an inspection agency, your reputation is everything but as soon as your data leaves your company how can you make sure that no one tampers with it? The answer: you can utilise blockchain technology to store mathematical proofs of your data. But where to start? SteelTrace provides a branded portal where your customers can download the information they require. Never again can anyone change reports you have issued or create fake reports in your name.
Digitisation means data, but how can you make sure you keep you branding? Right now a report is your product, and anyone reading your report knows it came from you and derives value from it. Providing just the data means you lose that branding. With SteelTrace we provide a branded portal where you customers can download the information they need. When the customer is using SteelTrace your branding will always be present on the report.
All reports that moves through the SteelTrace system are automatically archived. You no longer need to worry about managing archives for compliance.
How do you fit into the ecosystem of SteelTrace? Inspection companies are important independent companies that are part of the backbone of quality management. Inspection agencies play an important and integral role in the SteelTrace platform. When your customers are on SteelTrace, you seamlessly integrate into their process eliminating the need for creating reports files, documents, etc. Witnessing and signing can be done directly on-site and immediately your reports are created. Your customer has instant access to the reports.
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