Microsoft has announced the release of SafetyCulture's iAuditor app and platform for Windows 10. It's billed as the most widely used inspection app worldwide to help improve workplace safety and has been launched on Microsoft's OS thanks to high demand from businesses. Originally rolled out on iOS and Android, the safety-focused platform has undergone some notable enhancements in order to take full advantage of Windows 10 and UWP.
From the Microsoft announcement:
"Not only does the tool enhance workplace safety, and empower employees to take responsibility for their own safety, it also provides enterprises with a window on operations. This allows them to optimise the workplace often long before a problem arises, reducing the impact of costly breakdowns or shutdowns, and ensuring the safety of staff and contractors."
Many businesses rely on Microsoft technologies for productivity and thus it makes sense for said organizations to also desire a solution like iAuditor to be available on the Windows platform. And since we're talking about the Universal Windows Platform, it will be a seamless experience between mobile and desktop.
One case study is ICC (International Convention Center) Sydney, which will be deploying SafetyCulture iAuditor on Windows 10 to prepare for its December 2016 opening. Thanks to the app's approach to safety audits, employees will be able to enjoy drag-and-drop tools to build customized checklists that can be conveniently completed and fired off to management with little effort.