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Inspections Related To Work Performed

The Problem

Standard inspection sheets are typically very lengthy and can result in technicians having limited or a lack of focus on them. It’s commonly a routine at the end of the work order process that tends to become mundane and is overlooked and unexciting. 

While all of the boxes may be checked to pass an inspection, how many technicians are actually doing a top quality inspection? 

We realized the need for a better solution, when one of our clients said:

The technician inspected a vehicle with 150k miles and everything passed. There’s no way there was not a single maintenance item needed on a vehicle of that age. The inspection is our invitation to find more work and needs to be done thoroughly

There is a need for focused and accurate quality inspections, without the need of a lengthy and tiresome recording process. 

Lexul Solution: Targeted Inspections

Generate inspection questions that are related to the specific work being performed, weeding out unnecessary boxes and categories that “need” to be inspected. For example, if at an auto fleet maintenance company, a technician replaces an alternator on a truck. Upon completion, he is prompted to inspect the serpentine belt, the battery charge, the belt tensioner and power steering.

Instead of perusing through a long and lengthy list, our solution focuses that list to the specific category and area that you are solving. This way you minimize unneeded checks and reviews and maximize workflow, efficiency, and employee performance.


This inspection methodology gives a target list of related components to inspect, instead of having the technician half-heartedly check off a long and lengthy list. It can also be configured to check for failure items that have a similar schedule. 

The Lexul inspection solution provides accurate, not as lengthy, and definitely not mundane quality inspections.