New App saves time for electricians

New App saves time for electricians

NICEIC has teamed up with software developer Clik to create the first App which allows electrical safety certificates to be issued on an iPad.

The existing NICEIC Certification Software developed by Clik is the official electronic certification (e-cert) for NICEIC registered contractors – the new iPad App is an extension of this software. By having the option to produce certificates on a tablet, certificates become even quicker and easier to complete.

The new certification App is easy to use. Contractors can create new or import existing blank or part completed certificates to their iPad for completion on site. They can then save and upload the certificate to the Clik cloud server when they are in range of an Internet connection. Certificates can then be downloaded into NICEIC Certification Software for printing, verifying or completing.

Geoff Adams, managing director of Clik said, ‘We are proud to be an NICEIC partner and have worked with them to create the new iPad App to make the working day easier for electrical contractors. This App allows certificates to be completed on site using a handy tablet device.’

The App currently comes with the most popular certificates

Domestic Electrical Condition Report (Domestic and Approved);

Domestic Electrical Installation (Domestic and Approved);

Electrical Condition Report (Domestic and Approved);

Electrical Installation (Approved);

Minor Electrical Works (Domestic and Approved).

More NICEIC certificates will be introduced in order of popularity and released as freely downloadable updates. Clik has already planned functions such as zooming in and out of certificates and emailing certificates to customers as a PDF to enable clients’ signatures to be captured.

The Clik iPad App is free to download and try out, but to complete any official certificates you need to be using NICEIC Certification Software and have a valid update subscription.

For further information visit: www.cliksoftware.com

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