TCW (The Compliance Workbook) has recently rebranded and is now launching new compliance disciplines and an updated look to the software with its new User Interface (UI).
TCW, and its white-labelled product CDMS, has provided clients with access and interpretation of technical data contained in Gas LGSRs and Electrical Certificates and Reports, ingesting on average 25,000 documents each week.
This led to the question of whether the same thing could be done for all the compliance disciplines. The answer, says TCW, was ‘yes’.
TCW now covers the Big 6 compliance disciplines in the same way it manages any other legal obligations clients may have.
Chief technical officer Ben Ford said: “The rebuild-better decision is never one taken lightly, but in this case rendered some absolutely brilliant improvements for us across the board.
“The ubiquity of apps and devices in our everyday lives means users detect a poor user experience instantly.
“TCW’s new sleek UI and new features not only improves performance, but also ease of use for our clients. I’m proud of the team and excited for the next advances to our solution.”
In addition to the Big 6, TCW also covers Smoke and Fire Management, Emergency Lighting, PAT, Invoicing, DDA documents, and more.
Providing Golden Thread Assurance at all levels has been no easy feat for TCW, with each compliance area needing its own in-depth scientific rational and various document formats.
CEO Ryan Dempsey added: “I’ve always been hesitant to move TCW into other areas because we’ve really cemented a position with our current offering.
“I was worried that we wouldn’t provide the level of insight across other areas in the same way we excel in Gas and Electrical.
“However, due to the amazing team work and endless days and nights looking at the other compliance areas, Team TCW has managed to mirror the incredible insights on all areas meaning clients can now benefit from technology that makes Corporate Risk Profiling easy.”
TCW is a Housing Digital Stakeholder whose software solution enables the user to pinpoint areas of concern automatically, assess entire asset registers, and re-deploy skilled engineers where they are required.
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