aievas® products support the most different fields of application. All products are based on the aievas® platform and follow these basic principles:
Data is collected from one or more sources.
Data is processed/merged in aievas®.
Data is evaluated and reported according to customer-specific requirements.
All data is held in a central web-based system. Data is stored on the customer’s own systems or shared hardware structures as specified by the customer. All functions are available with standard browsers from any location. Access takes place online via secure procedures. Authentication of each user ensures that only authorized persons have access to the system. Editing and viewing rights can be restricted down to the level of a single record.
aievas® data is a flexible system for processing data in companies. It offers the possibility to collect data from different company areas and to evaluate them individually. Combined, cross-departmental evaluations are possible, as is automatic data acquisition via interfaces with existing internal company systems.
aievas® project is aimed at companies and company divisions that carry out projects in the areas of auditing, surveys, marketing, market research, mystery shopping, quality management, training, and the like.
The product offers complete project support throughout the entire process: starting with project setup and design, through the field phase and data collection, to evaluation with report generation and subsequent action agreements.
aievas® mobile is a mobile interface to the aievas® platform. The software is used on mobile devices (e.g. cell phones, PDAs, TabletPCs, etc.) and enables mobile data acquisition and evaluation.
The main features are fast, secure data acquisition on mobile devices and direct evaluation of the acquired data on site.
aievas® control is a system for controlling internal or external employees who are deployed in the field at different locations. The central component is a function that makes it possible to control units geographically. Control can be centralized, decentralized or coordinated between centralized and decentralized divisions. Control data can also be evaluated in combination with quality and economic data.