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Leading inspection firm gets a lift with our automated reporting solution


One of Northern Ireland’s leading lifting inspection and engineering services firms has switched to our services.

Fermanagh based ITS Plant Tech, which counts RTE, Siemens Ireland and GE Energy among its clients, is deploying our CheckedOK solution.

CheckedOK enables equipment inspectors to use a mobile or tablet to input data onsite. Data is automatically updated to a secure hosted database and certification documents will be immediately available for online viewing and download by customers.

ITS Plant Tech MD Damien McManus explains the reasons for the move: ‘The automated system we had in place could not be configured as we wanted. CheckedOK is easy to customise and so we can develop it to our needs now and in the future.’

We’ve established a strong presence in the Irish lifting and cranes industry over the past 10 years since Dublin-based Hoistech became the first CheckedOK user. The sector accounts for over 50% of all CoreRFID’s clients.

Established 2004, ITS provides inspection services to lifting firms in Ireland and the UK, which help lifting firms meet LOLER and PUWER standards.

It also offers specialist training for lifting equipment and working at heights as well as safety and risk management consultancy. It is one of only a few Irish companies fully accredited to carry out statutory inspections for turbines and works to RenewableUK safety standards for maintenance services for all access, lifting, fire and pressure kit.

ITS Plant Tech MD Damien McManus comments: ‘Our previous suppliers, one of which was local and the other from overseas, used systems that couldn’t be adapted to our needs as we’ve developed and grown. We had to make a change.’

‘It was Munzi and his team’s willingness to modify the software for our specific requirements which was the deal clincher.’

CoreRFID’s technical director Munzi Ali comments: ‘We believe systems need to fit in with a user’s IT and operational systems and then be able to grow with the needs of the business and not the other way round.’