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Exalon QMS Module is two-fold, with a mobile inspection application and compiling of the information into the system to generate comprehensive management reports.


Exalon QMS information flow

Digital inspections results are compiled into management reports on the QMS interface


Exalon Mobile GPS Inspection application includes the following features:

  • Scans for the lot number nearest to the on-site inspector
  • The beneficiary’s details appear when the inspector enters the lot number
  • If the inspector is unsure about the lot number, he can instead use the beneficiary’s identity number to access the associated lot number
  • Any previous inspections completed on a particular lot will show all comments (or any warnings) from the previous inspection
  • Inspector “signs-in” to validate inspections – his name will appear on all of the reports to ensure accountability
  • XY coordinates are recorded at the time of inspection to ensure that the inspector is on-site
  • Navigation facility will help the inspector to locate a lot
  • Option to mark a site with “Site with Query” to warn of a problem that may warrant interruption of further building
  • If required, the volume of foundation required can be calculated on a tablet by entering the measurements if fields are provided
  • Captures photos saved with corresponding lot numbers
  • Fields available for comments (or reasons for failed inspections)
  • Digital signatures on the device, if required
Mobile inspections

Digital inspection check-list with GPS location

QMS Features Specific to the Contractor Module:

  • The builder can allocate specific lots and structures to his sub-contractors
  • With a few simple clicks, the builder can generate and print the contracts with his sub-contractors with all the necessary pre-populated information (lot number, subby’s details, price, structure)
  • The inspections are done according to a digital check-list on an Android tablet while recording the GPS coordinates to ensure inspections are done on the correct site
  • Inspection lists and checks can be edited for any specific project
  • The passed contractor’s inspections become an inspection request to the engineer and remain as an inspection request until the engineer has passed the inspection
  • If a site has not had an engineer’s inspection in 2 weeks, the site appears in the “Dormant Site Report” so that no site becomes stagnant
  • Invoices can be generated on behalf of sub-contractors for work completed and material used
  • Multiple reports are available to management to keep track of the project: daily inspections (according to projects, inspector, date, or structures), daily contracts generated, progress map, etc.
  • If required, claims can be easily generated by pulling all the engineer’s passed inspections not yet claimed, allocating them a claim number, and printing the D6 and P4 documents