Solver App – Mobile App Case Study

solver app case study

Overview

We all spend a lot of time finding a solution to a problem. The problems can occur in our household or at our workplace. But when it comes to the organizational level, this can be trickier and a hectic struggle to find the solution to it. This is where the Solver app comes in.
One of the best ways to cope with a problem is by performing a root cause analysis. Finding a root cause can solve 90% of your problem. This is what this case study is about. “Solver” is a mobile app that provides engineering solutions. This app requires complete details of your problem and documents it to find the root cause of your problem.

Challenges

Before starting the development process, it was getting difficult to sort out how to structure the root cause analysis. It is useless to build an app for this purpose if not structured properly. But as a result of the efforts and skills of our mobile app development team, we finally made the app that meets the requirements of our client and it turned out to be as productive as it could.

The Solution

App Features

As you finish the sign-in/up process, there comes a homepage showing you a way to cope with your problem.

Create A New Solve

Whenever you’re struggling to find a solution to your problem, you can create a new one by pressing the “New” button appearing at the bottom of the home screen.
This will lead you to a new mobile window where you have to put all the essential information related to the problem. The details required are problem date & time, failure type, department/area, name of process or equipment name, problem description, and a number of sub-causes as well.

What Happens Next?

When you add a direct cause, you need to put another cause as a sub-cause one. Then you have to choose the category that may contribute to the cause. These categories are Man, Machine, Measure, Material, and Method. As you select one category in sub-cause one, it will not be editable in the next category. You’ll have to select the rest.
Each sub-cause is linked to the other. Provide the description, category and validity check properly so you end up getting the exact solution to your problem.  

Where is the Solution?

After putting all the causes of your problems along with all the credentials, here comes the final step. After the submission of the 4th sub-cause, the root cause is declared. THAT IS YOUR SOLUTION.

What does the root cause include?

The root cause gives you a precise description of the solution to your problem, root cause category, category theme, preventive solution, and effective check. It results in a demonstrative and complete brief to the solution of your problem so you can easily know what the actual fault was. That is what a root cause analysis is about.

Preventative Actions

The action tab on the home page shows you the recent problems you have listed. After opening one, the complete details of that problem having the preventative actions appear that you should consider.

Effective Check

This tab on the home page leads you to the same window where problems are enlisted. Click on the problem to see the list of effective checks to be done regarding that particular problem.

Open, Complete and Closed Status

Whenever you list a problem, it shows three statuses at the top to check.
Open button refers to the unsolved problem that needs further analysis. Complete button is checked when you find the solution, implement and resolve the issue. The closed button is to close the case. You can’t edit or even look at this case in the future.

Conclusion

That was it for this Solver app case study. If you are willing to build an app for your business or any other niche, get in touch with us. Having 5 years of experience in the app development industry, our development team is capable of dealing with any of your ideas.

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