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TAAP LIMITED BUSINESS APPLICATIONS FOR MOBILE WORKERS


TAAP creates applications for business users to enable workers to send and receive digital information on mobile devices. Their applications are created rapidly – typically in days & weeks, not months and years. They design applications for tablets, smartphones, and PDAs, enabling organisations to streamline their daily processes. TAAP applications work offline as well as online.


TAAP digitizes forms so that organisations can collect and analyse important data directly from the field. Collecting information such as photos, signatures, video, and annotation, to support text- based descriptions allows organisations to ensure their processes fully comply with legislation and support business efficiency.


They work with all sizes of organization – from small businesses through to global enterprises – and provide services which enhance current business practices. TAAP forges partnerships with organisations who can help to provide complete digital solutions to its clients, such as hardware providers, data management companies, Systems Integrators, voice & data providers, and so on.


SPECIFICATIONS


Rapidly created applications Data sent securely back & forth between portals and devices or device-to-device


Applications work offline and online


Windows-focused development Data capture includes photos, signatures, annotation, video


Information available in real-time for instant problem solving, reporting, KPI monitoring


Applications for tablets, smartphones, PDAs, web


Any digital form can be created; from an inspection through to a sales order or a delivery note


Reports generated direct from mobile device


Integrates with other back-office databases (CRM, ERP systems etc.) or can provide stand-alone web portals


CONTACT


Angela Walker Marketing Manager angela.walker@ontaap.com +44 (0) 845 230 9787 +44 (0) 208 387 1762


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