ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT FOR AUTO MANUFACTURERS
Narrative is a new and intuitive way to organize your work instructions and critical information in a streamlined, interactive, and highly functional way.
Give your output the greenlight.
Messy, frequently lost, and never up to date—paper-based work instructions aren't pretty. With Narrative, your documents are available from any web-enabled device, shared with a few clicks, and editable on the go. (Zero coding required.)
Narrative’s simple design also optimized training resources. With rich visuals, photo markups, and step-by-step formatting, it’s like having the wise hand of experience on the shoulders of your staff as they learn.
How to Create Electronic Work Instructions
Learn how to build codeless, electronic work instructions inside Narrative (a work instruction application) in this recorded webinar.
The demonstration is guided by Steve Bohner, President of Hydra Dyne Technology, and founder of Invaware.
6 Ways Narrative Helps
Our code-free electronic work instructions will make your training, document management and operations run more smoothly. Check out the list below to learn see how building digital instructions with us will make your life easier!
FIND INFO, FAST
The powerful search function allows users to use keywords to quickly and easily sift through content and find exactly what they are looking for.
Content changes can either be recorded in real-time or moderated. In either case, detailed audit trails are available and easily view.
BE ISO APPROVED
Maintain compliance with the optional moderation feature which comes standard inside Narrative.
SHARE & EXPORT
Quickly and easily share information with your teams, including PDF exports.
Ensure information isn't missed with in-app visual annotation tools.
READY, OUT OF THE BOX
Narrative comes with popular electronic work instruction templates you can use as-is, or customize to your needs. No coding required.
"Since the implementation of Narrative we have seen a 40% reduction in quality issues in the organization."