The below content was written prior to May 2020 when Checkit launched a new website. This coincided with the use of updated terminology for solutions, concepts and company names. The companies Tutela, Axon and Next Control Systems are now Checkit. Checkit’s Real-time Operations Management is now referred to as Connected Workflow Management, Tutela solutions are now referred to as Automated Monitoring +, and Axon/Next Control Systems solutions are now referred to as Connected Building Management.
Human error undercuts quality, security, and brand reputation. Not only that, it’s a potential cause of countless failures and losses, compromising compliance, increasing risk, and causing irreversible damage to an organisation’s health. All this means errors cost money — lots of money.
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