3 Examples of Municipality Workflows

3 Examples of Municipality Workflows

Over 150 preloaded, customizable workflows are available within the Nrby platform. The types of data collection you can utilize to expedite your team’s workflow are endless on Nrby.

1500 may seem overwhelming, but it can all be broken down into just a few major categories. Multiple workflows utilize the same type of data collection you may be seeking but organized in a way that’s catered to your industry.

asset management softwareLet’s take a look at some of the workflows Nrby offers to collect different types of data.

Site Surveys

Site surveys are used by ever city and town daily. Customizable surveys let you and your team collect the data that’s most relevant to you or your current job.

Because of how broad site surveys are, reaching across jobs and locations, it only makes sense to make them as customizable as possible. Of course, Nrby preloads Site Survey’s with information from the get-go, but it only takes a few minutes to create your own modified workflow.

Equipment Management

Worksites are busy with commotion. People coming in and out, materials being moved around, vehicles dropping off and picking up new things, updates to your material checklist. It’s a big hassle and one that can easily send your municipality spiraling south.

Equipment management is a type of data collection that is invaluable when it comes to managing any site. With Nrby’s collaboration features, you can quickly and easily stay updated on what’s going on. Have you team mark what’s been used, what’s left over, where items are with geotagging, and much more.

Site Assessment

Site assessments are a sort of relative to site surveys. The purpose is to ensure required information is documented and the proper steps have been taken to achieve outcomes as quickly as possible.

Each site is different, thus documentation and requirements change. Keep track of what’s going on on-site and stay ahead of any potential mishaps. This type of data collection can be easily overlooked but will save municipalities in the long run.

 

 

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