It’s not the first time and it certainly wont be the last, but TargetSolutions is about to revolutionize the way fire departments complete recordkeeping activities.
Clients will soon be able to access a ground-breaking application for smartphones, including Apples iPhone, Googles Android and the markets other mobile devices. The original application, which is currently undergoing its final testing phase and is expected to be made available this spring, will give users the ability to complete self-assigned activities, view their assignment history and easily access their departments site through a web browser.
TargetSolutions began developing the application in late 2011 and has expedited its first version to be made available as soon as possible. “It’s the first step toward providing clients with a comprehensive mobile application to track training activities,” said Software Engineer Manager Dustyn Borghi.
“The completion of this mobile apps first version is very exciting,” Borghi said. “We are pushing our technology forward and this is the beginning of our mobile application development. This is really a stepping stone to providing our most powerful features. We are focused on getting this in our clients hands quickly and receiving their feedback on where it needs to go so we can continue to innovate in the right direction.”
Platform administrators will initially be able to make operational activities that are routinely tracked on the platform self-assignable so users can complete them without needing to access a computer.
“All across the country, millions of firefighters are constantly tracking equipment, vehicles, facilities, and much more, and they’re doing it with a clipboard, a piece of paper and a pen,” said TargetSolutions CEO Jon Handy. “With this new app, clients will be able to leverage technology to save time and money. We think this app is going to make our clients lives easier.”
TargetSolutions is the leading provider of web-based technology solutions for fire and EMS departments. These solutions enable departments to maintain compliance, reduce losses, deliver curriculum, and track all station-level tasks, certifications and training activities.