Cloud Database, iPad field Inspector and a simple to use admin portal make inspections simple.


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STREAMLINE INSPECTIONS is a mobile and cloud based inspections platform created for state and local governments, as well as businesses performing inspections services. Streamline inspections makes your work easier and more cost effective to manage, regardless of the department or AHJ. The Application was designed by inspectors, for inspectors and with multiple programs in mind: Fire Inspections, HazMat, Brush or Weed Abatement, Health Inspections, Community Development and Code Enforcement, together in one system.

We also designed it to work the way you work: our iPad based software goes anywhere you need to go. Locally stored data on the device allows you to work where there is no connection. Sync via Wi-Fi or cell service. Push notices allow notification of time critical new tasks. It’s the most intuitive and versatile inspections application on the market. Contact us today for a free demonstration and let us show you how easy inspections can be.

Cloud infrastructure with 24×7 realtime access and offline availability makes Streamline Inspections easy to manage: no server installations, database backups, or IT support. Just download the app and go. User defined checklists, dynamic rule sets and push notifications maximize efficiency. Multilevel properties can be managed by floor, not by building. New occupancies or properties can be added on the fly. Without a shred of paper.

  • Fire Inspections
  • Building Inspections
  • Code Enforcement Inspections
  • Community Development Inspections
  • calendar scheduling
  • Self certification customer portal
  • contractor PORTAL to upload reports


Downolad the Streamline Inspections features brochure pdf.
Features Brochure
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The inspection application is Apple iPad based. It is downloaded free from the App Store and licensed to your department’s database. We currently support iPad 2’s and greater with iOS 6.x and greater. Apple iPad minis are also supported. The Administration portal is browser based and will work with any browser. Internet connection is required and we recommend using Google Chrome or Firefox.
The database is stored on Streamline Automation servers. SAS manages the operating systems and the database (MSSQL) for installed software. Application hardware (iPad devices) is owned and managed by the end user. Data is owned and managed by the City/Department.
Data is transferred through a combination of direct data access and entity framework. The application (iPad sync) communicates via web services. All communication to the database can be done over Wi-Fi or cellular network. Connection from the iPad to the database is only required on sync. All iPad devices are designed to work in an ‘offline’ mode. All Inspection data is stored in SAS’s database and images are stored as files and are associated to inspections\violations.
Yes, there is a full inspection/violation tracking process that allows this type of tracking. This is the greatest strength of our application. We place a great deal of focus on the scheduling and tracking of the initial inspection, re-inspections and all violations repairs and rechecks as well as photos.SAS introduced the concept of an inspection series where you can see the complete series of inspections from the original to the final and associated violations.
Yes, the department configures how and when permits are issued. An example: a permit would not issue until the inspection is completed without violations. It can also be configured not to issue the permit until the violations are cleared and the payment for an inspection is received.
Yes. Each inspection type can have it’s own checklist. Inspections types can have multiple checklists assigned and each are configurable by the department. Checklists are highly configurable they are more than just a list of violations to check with yes/no or pass/fail answers.Checklists are made of configurable components (Toggles, Selectors, Dates, Numbers, Text, Photos) and each of these generates events (show\hide, require other components) within the checklist based on responses.