History of Induct For Work
Two school friends Robert and Leonid, both fascinated with computers follow to study Computer Science and Software Engineering at the same University. Years later Robert decides to pursue his career in Building and Construction industry while Leonid absorbs the IT industry into his veins and becomes a CTO of a multi-national organisation.
Years go by and Robert is challenged by managing a growing number of work-sites across Victoria and NSW. As the business grows – so is the number of employed workers, supervisors and contractors. Existing paper based and Powerpoint inductions are now getting too hard to manage, especially for contractors in regional and outer areas, who regularly fail to show up to their safety orientation. Powerpoint inductions could not provide a paper trail of completed inductions which would cause a major havoc if something went wrong.
There had to be a simpler and easier way to manage contractor inductions. The system that would allow companies to upload their induction content and policies into one place, to be visible by all workers. The system that would allow companies to set up quizzes, set pass scores, automatically collect and monitor contractor compliance documents.
As both friends are regularly in touch Leonid hears about the issue with contractor inductions and record keeping. Together with Robert they decide to create an online solution Induct For Work. A team of highly experienced software developers and designers is engaged to find the most suitable technology.
After years of research, development and testing Induct For Work goes live, using the safest and quickest technology available.
The solution is showcased to a number of local builders and developers, who instantly embrace the new technology. Induct For Work quickly gains popularity in Australia, New Zealand and in United Kingdom with growing number of features and services being offered in 190 countries.