Safeguard Properties unveiled its next-generation INSPI mobile application to improve the efficiency and speed of field and insurance loss property inspections.

The new application is compatible with all mobile platforms. Workers can instantly receive and submit work orders while staying current on the inspection status.

“Our integrated mobile technology combined with advanced image handling have made it possible to vastly improve the inspections process,” said George Mehok, chief information officer for Safeguard.

With a new camera function included in the app, the process will be more visual and transparent, allowing parties to thoroughly check and inspect the premises. The new application also contains driving instructions and mapping features. 

Safeguard’s latest technology is designed to help inspectors deliver quality results, while giving them the interactive tools they need to do so, said Jen Jozity, Safeguard’s assistant vice president for inspections.

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