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Why SansWrite?

There are a variety of software tools on the market for inspection reporting. What SansWrite does better than all the rest is reduce the number of clicks, and the amount of typing it takes to complete an inspection, while producing more detailed and content rich inspection reports. Fewer clicks, less typing and more detailed reports.

Our customers span various industries, and they use SansWrite to simply be more efficient. But what does “inefficient” look like? Consider the following questions to evaluate your organization’s current inspection reporting process.

Do your inspectors still use paper forms?

Do your inspectors take handwritten notes, and then use a laptop to type up their report?

Do your inspectors carry a mobile device, but still take time at the end of the inspection to prepare the report?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then your organization can certainly benefit from SansWrite. Contact us today to schedule a demo, and experience firsthand the SansWrite difference.


Offset Increasing Workloads, and Decrease the Number and Frequency of Violations
SansWrite is used by local, state and federal government agencies that are required by legislators to do more inspections with fewer staff and limited budgets. Quite simply, our approach streamlines routine inspections, and maximizes the time inspectors have to provide technical assistance where compliance rates are low.
SansWrite is not a replacement for skilled inspectors. It is a tool used to offset increasing workloads and gain insight into the number and frequency of violations. The first step in defining the tool is to copy and paste the agencies’ regulations into SansWrite's Content Manager. Once inserted, individual requirements are tagged to begin defining the basic structure of the inspection. Adding in standardized text, called Standard Findings, further defines the structure, and dramatically streamlines the process of documenting violations in the field. This method of defining the inspection starting with the regulations is unique to SansWrite. More importantly, it is critical for generating actionable inspection reports, and gathering accurate data for trend analysis further downstream.
After gathering a large enough sampling of inspections, government officials can begin analyzing data using SansWrite's Data Dashboard. Customizable to individual users, or groups of users, the Data Dashboard provides top-level views of critical data and detailed statistical reports for research projects and public information requests. No more long hours manually pulling together data at the last minute. With SansWrite, you have accurate and reliable information at your fingertips.
Government Agencies use SansWrite to:
  • Offset Increasing Workloads
  • Perform Data and Trend Analysis
  • Decrease Violations and Improve Quality


Increase Capacity, and Take Market Share from your Competitors
SansWrite is used by growth-oriented companies to improve their bottom line by simultaneously growing revenue and cutting costs. Generating top-line revenue is tough. It involves expanding operations to increase capacity and taking market share from the competition, both of which can increase costs.
The biggest challenge with increasing capacity is maintaining quality. With more inspectors generating more reports, manual reviews by supervisors are just not cost effective long-term. SansWrite provides structured workflows to ensure every inspector follows a prescribed process, and standardized text to enable inspectors to document findings with minimal typing. The quality of the reports, and the efficiency at which they are produced, are the same no matter who completes the inspection.
Too often, taking market share from the competition comes down to price rather than quality. For our customers, competing on price is just not a sustainable business model. With SansWrite’s new Mini-inspections™ and Roll-up Reporting™, inspectors complete inspections and generate reports custom tailored to what is being inspected. For example, a home inspector inspecting a three-bedroom, two-bathroom house will complete three individual bedroom checklists and two individual bathroom checklists. Each bedroom or bathroom checklist is identified with a name, like Master Bedroom or Upstairs Hall Bathroom, and will roll-up into a report or summary printout with the associated findings. No more generic one-size-fits-all fillable forms. Each report is tailored to the customer and what is being inspected.
Companies use SansWrite to:
  • Expand Operations
  • Differentiate themselves from Competitors
  • Increase Revenue and Reduce Operating Expenses