GÜTESCHUTZ BETON NRW

CertPoint – Online service archive for certificates and documents

Copying, punching holes and filing into a folder – that was a typical secretarial task everywhere for a long time. In our age of mobile phones, databases and App & Co., this routine has become increasingly impractical. The development of an Internet-based online application for achieving certificates, surveillance reports, test certificates, etc. for the precast concrete industry has long been overdue. That has now happened, and the new application is called CertPoint.

The team of the North-Rhine/Westphalian concrete quality assurance association Güteschutz Beton NRW, based in Düsseldorf,...

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