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Skelmersdale firm continues international expansion with first Italian client win

Skelmersdale firm continues international expansion with first Italian client win

by Henry James (December 2020)

A SKELMERSDALE asset management software specialist in the crane and heavy lifting sector is continuing its international expansion with its first Italian client win.

CoreRFID is working with lifting, load control and safety consultancy SpanSet Italy on a tailored system to issue safety certificates in minutes.

CoreRFID is installing its IDXpert Net automated reporting system, which is being customised to Italian and the working processes used by the Turin-based firm.

IDXpert Net, which replaces a manual system, enables inspections to be recorded on site using a tablet. The data is then automatically uploaded to a secure cloud-based database and is accessible to customers online. IDXpert Net, which will be in place in January, reduces administration time while improving the accuracy of inspection reports.

CoreRFID recently supplied solutions for other SpanSet International Group companies in Australia, Spain, the USA as well as the UK.

IDXpert Net is based on CoreRFID’s CheckedOK, which is a market leader in the UK and Ireland for inspection and asset management in the construction and heavy lifting sectors.

Marco Ruggeri, responsible for SpanSet Italy’s fall arrest systems, components and inspections, said: “IDXpert Net will enable our onsite engineers to improve the accuracy and speed of inspections. Clients will be able to see reports in minutes after inspections have been completed. It will certainly improve our customer service in a very competitive market.”

CoreRFID’s technical sales director Richard Harrison said: “We’ve built a great reputation and client base globally through adapting our tried and tested technology to the specific needs of lifting companies.

“We’re aiming to replicate that success by offering the same commercial advantages to many other users. The projects we’ve delivered for the SpanSet Group show how we can help lifting and crane to improve their processes and in turn their profitability.”

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