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Cleaning and Restoration Company Deploys Mobile Apps on iPhone and BlackBerry using GoCanvas

By Joe Gatto on May 15, 2014
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Editor's Note: this post was originally published in September 2011. We've updated the post for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

Time is of the essence when a home or business has walls that are covered in soot or floors ankle-deep in water. Mold can begin growing within the first 24 hours of water damage. The longer it takes to get started, the harder the work can be for cleaning and restoration.

One New England cleaning and restoration company was finding paper slowing down their work. They aren’t alone: the average document takes 18 minutes to find. This company decided they were done with slow and inaccurate information.

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In 2011, they transitioned from outdated paper forms to GoCanvas on iPhones and Blackberries. Fundamental documents such as Purchase Orders used in dealing with their various vendors are now all being filled out in the field and delivered in real-time to their office via GoCanvas.

Thousands of organizations have switched to Canvas’s cloud-based, “Software-as-a-Service” mobile app platform. Today, they get highly-customizable mobile apps that improve their data collection and productivity.

The transition to mobile apps was easy for this company. GoCanvas converted their first form to a mobile app for free. Within 24 hours, this group had a custom mobile app! They were collecting information on their iPhones and Blackberries the very next day. With GoCanvas, they began to enjoy faster and more accurate information. It was an obvious decision to convert more forms into mobile apps. With many other forms identified for conversion, they quickly and easily created custom mobile apps with the GoCanvas App Builder and continue to save hundreds of hours by going mobile!

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