Press Release - 19th October 2021

 As part of a strategy to deliver our growth ambitions through partnerships, Intoware, a UK leader in digital workflow automation, today announced that it has partnered with manufacturer and technology reseller, Connect Source to enable the company to successfully fulfil the requirements of Australia’s industrial enterprises for digital transformation.

This partnership covers the supply of Intoware’s digital work instruction platform, WorkfloPlus developed for industrial frontline workers including, field engineers and oil and gas technicians that often work in remote and hazardous locations by connecting them to the wider business via smart phones, tablets or wearables, such as Real Wear’s head-mounted tablets (HMT-1’s).

Concerns over frontline worker safety, integration with the Internet of Things, AI and increased network connectivity have all accelerated the adoption of digital tools and wearables in the industrial workplace to help improve productivity, efficiency, compliance and safety.

Intoware’s platform, WorkfloPlus has been designed to automatically generate digital work instructions, schedules and reports for frontline workers, eliminating the traditional and time-consuming paper-based preparations required out in the field. It empowers teams to work faster and more efficiently as inspection reports are shared instantly, saving time and cost.

When combined with RealWear’s HMT-1, WorkfloPlus connects frontline workers to experts around the globe, allowing real-time collaboration to address challenges in the field without the need to be on-site. This is particularly important where complex industrial assets require specialist knowledge, with only limited staff available to get the job done due to safety concerns.

“WorkfloPlus is a great addition to our services,” said Richard Rowe, sales & channel manager at Connect Source.  “When combined with the RealWear HMT-1 this solution represents the future of connected industrial working. Following an initial trial, this partnership attracted interest from Synergy, who are one of our clients and Western Australia’s largest energy retailer and generator.”

“Connect Source have a long-standing history in manufacturing excellence,” Vince Galvin, channel sales director, Intoware, said.  “Having been at the very forefront of product design, engineering and innovation. The introduction of digital workflow software vastly improves the performance of RealWear devices to deliver smarter, connected working as part of a digital transformation strategy.

“This new partnership agreement is the first of its type for Intoware in Australia and we will shortly be announcing more international partnership deals as part of our channel growth strategy in the coming months”.

WorkfloPlus from Intoware is the only SaaS mobile first designed workflow automation that benefits both the connected worker and business. Our solution converts existing paper-based and human process into easy to follow, step-by-step digital work instructions accessible via desktop, mobile & wearable computing devices (such as RealWear’s HMT-1), offering you Productivity, Simplicity, Connectivity and Accountability.

For more information please contact:

Richard Rowe
[email protected]
M: 0439 948 630

About Intoware,

Intoware Ltd a UK based SaaS company is at the forefront of workflow automation via the use of mobile and wearable technology. Our flagship product ‘WorkfloPlus’ is the first of its type software developed from a mobile-first viewpoint that can take advantage of both Mixed and Augmented Reality. It provides the connected worker with an easy-to-use experience that also enables businesses to digitally transform processes and gain rich data capture from which to make informed decisions.

About Connect Source,

Providing game changing solutions to overcome your challenges has long been a priority for Connect Source.  A WA based company started in 1992, they have constantly evolved and developed to meet their customer’s needs.  Building on their expertise in engineering and manufacturing they are now leading the way with smart tech, AI and data aggregation.