Emergency Reporting Announces Partnership with Station Check


Emergency Reporting® (ER), a leader in cloud-based Fire and EMS records management software, is pleased to announce its partnership with Station Check, the leader in asset management, workflow, and checklist software for fire departments. The new integration will enable ER customers to save time and gain valuable insights by streamlining information they enter through Station Check dashboards with their ER accounts.

“At Emergency Reporting, we consistently seek partnerships with other leading software providers that will add value and make life easier for our customers,” said Stewart Smith, Product Manager at Emergency Reporting. “Station Check, like ER, provides powerful, easy-to-use software that simplifies and streamlines station management for fire service leaders, so they were a natural fit as a new addition to our growing network of partners.”

Station Check provides:

  • Asset Management and Tracking (with a status dashboard for all assets, as well as history and detailed reporting of all maintenance)
  • Workflow Management (including an actionable dashboard of everything that’s due, communications including new assignments and status notifications, a report on all activities, and more)
  • Dynamic Checklists (reducing workload and improving efficiencies)

With the ER + Station Check integration, users will be able to automatically create the following in ER without ever leaving their Station Check dashboard:

  • Pass through detailed information and change the status of vehicles and equipment
  • Automatically create repair tickets during a check or add one-off repair tickets on the fly
  • Auto-populate maintenance events based on either time or usage (miles/hours)
  • Create customizable notifications to individuals, groups or globally – editable by asset or task

“The software integration between Station Check and Emergency Reporting gives fire departments quick, easy access to the data they need to operate at an optimal level of efficiency and readiness. We’re incredibly excited about this latest step in Station Check’s product evolution and what this means for our mutual customers,” said Tony Crisalli, CEO of Station Check.

For more information about the Emergency Reporting and Station Check integration, visit http://info.emergencyreporting.com/stationcheck-1. To request a demo or free trial of Emergency Reporting, visit https://explore.emergencyreporting.com/information-request-form/.

About Station Check
Station Check’s asset management, workflow, and checklist software helps fire departments achieve the highest standard of readiness, compliance, and accountability. The company began in 2010 with a single fire station and now has thousands using the powerful and easy to use software in the USA and Canada to stay aligned and ready for what’s next. Station Check is a registered U.S. Government contractor and an Ohio limited liability corporation. Learn more at http://www.StationCheck.com.

About Emergency Reporting
Emergency Reporting (ER) offers a powerful, cloud-based records management software (RMS) solution to Fire/EMS agencies worldwide. Founded in 2003, ER empowers first responders with secure, easy-to-use station management tools that offer one-report filing of NFIRS and NEMSIS data. ER’s affordable SaaS solution allows Fire/EMS departments to run their entire operations efficiently and effectively, enhancing both firefighter and citizen safety. ER is proud to support more than 379,000 first responders at thousands of civilian Fire/Rescue and EMS agencies and DoD/military installations, as well as large entities with self-contained Fire/EMS services such as NASA, nuclear power plants, hospitals, and oil refineries. For more information, visit http://www.emergencyreporting.com.

Media Contact:
Andrea Hayes
(844) 752-6066

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