Station Check’s New Release Allows Integration with Most Popular Applications
Station Check, the leader in automated equipment checks and asset management for fire departments, announced today at FDIC International the newest release of its software platform, SC-300X. SC-300X simplifies integration with existing software partners and runs intuitively on most any device that has internet access while better serving the needs of larger departments.
Station Check provides cloud-based software services that allow fire departments to move paper-based checks onto mobile devices and electronically store the data. Station Check further provides closed-loop management of faults and other tasks so they can be promptly addressed. SC-300X is the latest software upgrade released to customers at no extra cost. It includes:
Integration support. SC-300X includes advanced API support for most of the major software packages used by fire departments.
Universal access. Station Check has always been usable on any device with internet access, but now with responsive design, every needed piece of information for chiefs, officers and field personnel can be accessed with full functionality down to a cell phone screen.
Large department support. The Enterprise program supports the needs of larger departments with sophisticated communication and filtering tools needed for large operations.
“We listen. Our customers want integration support as part of our advanced feature set, and so we’re providing it,” said Brian Sroub, Station Check’s president. “Our customers are our heroes, and we will continue to bring them the innovations they need to better serve their missions. We do what we do best – software, technology and operations management – so first responders can do what they do best – protect our communities and save lives.”
SC-300X comes at a time of unprecedented growth for Station Check. The company has been experiencing triple digit growth rates adding clients across the USA and Canada.
“We estimate that well over 90% of apparatus checks are still being done with paper and clipboard, but an increasing number of departments are now looking for an automated approach,” opined Tony Crisalli, Station Check’s co-founder. “Station Check’s closed loop software is so much more than simply going paperless. SC-300X supports our customers and their communities in achieving the highest level of efficiency and readiness, and we’re incredibly proud of this release and what’s to come.”
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