This production tracking system has an interesting twist: because on the field the network connection is unreliable, the web app needed to have parts of it available offline, and allow data entry to be done while offline. The approach taken allows the user to checkout his day's workload, lock checked-out data to any other users so there's no risk of conflicts when reconciling the data at the end of the day. While on the field, whenever a reliable network connection is available, the data is saved to the central database as usual. But in case of a poor internet connection, the data is kept on the device, and sync'ed back to the server as soon as the network stabilizes.
And in case the client is not available to sign-off on the job while measurements are taken, a link is emailed to them so they can sign the work order online at tehir own convenience.
The application also allows following the product through the production chain, all the way to the customer follow-up, and presents production floor staff with the next job they should tackle so everything is ready on time. It generates the cut list used by staff all through the production chain.
An extensive dashboard was provided, adapted to each staff role, to give everyone an overview of what matters to them each day when they login.