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DMI Delivers Enterprise Mobile Inspection and Audit Platform as a Service

By Ken Briodagh August 16, 2018

According to a recent announcement, DMI, enterprise grade mobile solutions provider, has made available its Inspection Platform as a Service (IPaaS) offering. This IPaaS offering is designed to provide government and commercial enterprises with turn-key solutions for enabling inspector and audit workforces.

“Our clients have hundreds and in some cases thousands of personnel performing inspections and audits as part of their mission,” said Scott Deutschman, Corporate Development Officer, DMI. “We provide these personnel with a mobile app that runs on a mobile tablet and allows them to obtain the data that they need to gather on-the-spot via text, voice, video, image or sensor inputs, validate that data against enterprise systems in real-time, share the data collected with other inspectors or auditors in-real time and immediately generate and submit the appropriate regulatory and corporate filings.”

DMI’s mobile inspection and audit solution reportedly will streamline the job of inspectors and auditors, increasing efficiency and enabling them to do more inspections and audits. The solution accelerates the filing of required reporting and notices and importantly creates a normalized set of data that can be used for analytics and reporting.

“One of the innovative things we’re helping clients with is analyzing their inspection and audit data to identify and assess risk trends and use the risk assessment information to prioritize how it focuses its inspectors and auditors,” added Deutschman. “The data generated by the mobile inspection and audit solution is valuable and business impacting. When put to work, the data allows our clients to innovate in ways they can not today because they simply do not have the ability to do so.”

The IPaaS offering provides solutions for mobile inspection and audit automation that includes:

  • Configurable views, layouts and navigation
  • Cross-platform data capture including text, photo, video, audio, barcode scanning, OCR, speech recognition, handwriting recognition and sensor inputs
  • Dynamic forms with configurable layouts, fields, business rules and data validations, including real-time enterprise data lookups
  • Pre-scheduled and ad-hoc inspections and audits
  • Mobile printing
  • Complete on-line or off-line support
  • AES 256 encryption of data at rest and data in transit
  • Smart data sync including data vs. multi-media prioritization, connection detection and mobile network vs. Wi-Fi detection

“We are continually introducing new technology innovations into our solution, developed ourselves or in conjunction with partners. Our clients benefit from a rich product development roadmap and ever evolving software solution. We are currently planning innovations in drone integration, edge analytics, asset tracking, converged reality and video collaboration with remote assistance,” said Chris Tengwall, SVP, Mobile Product Development, DMI.


Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

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