More than ever, retailers are under immense pressure to ensure the cleanliness and safety of their stores, due to the growing costs in claim investigations. To keep accident claims to a minimum, store and operations managers must ensure that their stores are regularly monitored and that any incidents are dealt with swiftly. But how can you ensure you are updated in real-time of any incidents in stores? See the video below to find out how easy it can be with mpro5:

mpro5 is already helping retailers to ensure the cleanliness and safety of stores through:

  • Incident Investigation – capturing all information, including photo evidence relating to any incidents in stores.
  • Job Scheduling – manage staff online and have clear visibility of availability.
  • Automated Alerts – mobile notifications to any required staff to help manage a job.
  • Audit Completion – carrying out regular checks to ensure all stores meet a high standard.
  • Dashboards and Reporting – providing management teams with accurate data regarding store performance.

These are just a few of the benefits retailers are already experiencing today. Save your store money in a variety of ways, including expensive investigations into false claims. There’s no doubt that your competitors have already moved away from paper-based processes.

If you’d like to find out more about how you can protect your stores against costly investigations, call us today on 01892 542 444, email us at sales@crimsontide.co.uk or leave your details here and a member of our team will be in touch.

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