Works in a shop or plant usually involve large quantities of items. One job may need to be split into multiple batches. In a sequential-task workflow, tasks for an item are required to be completed before working on the next item. For a parallel-task workflow, the same task can be applied to all items of a batch before work can begin on the next task. The solutions are designed to support both methods of your operation process. For example, a drill pipe inspection work order may inspect the box ends of all joints before inspecting the pin ends; whereas, a mud motor inspection work order inspects one motor at a time.
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Workers are usually required to travel to a remote location to do the work. Once there, workers can either create new work orders or work on those previously assigned to them from the office. Internet connectivity may not be available at the site. If that’s the case, workers need to bring the device to a location where cellular network or Wi-Fi is available to sync up the work orders once a day or as often as needed. In field operation, work orders for the same job are worked on from the same device. Once the data is synced, work orders can be reassigned to another device and managed from the work management portal.
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