EMS eSchedule Adds Functionality

EMS eSchedule Adds Functionality

Press Release Jan 22, 2013

Rochester NY, January 22, 2013 — EMS eSchedule, a leader in online crew scheduling & agency management software for EMS, fire and air medical agencies, announced today that it has added new functionality that allows its customers to better manage their operations. The new module, entitled “Forms Manager,” will let agencies create custom web-based forms for things like:

  • Rig/Vehicle Check Sheets
  • Run Statistics
  • Work Orders
  • Incident Reports
  • Trouble Tickets
  • Uniform Requests & more.

“This new feature is a great addition," said Jon Barry, Scheduling Coordinator from Ridley EMS. "Not only is the Forms Manager simple to setup and use, but the guys at EMSEschedule work with you all the way to customize the needs for your own service.”

EMS eSchedule offers web-based personnel & agency management software for EMS, fire and other related industries (Ambulance, Advanced Life Support, Fire, Helicopter/Air Medical Transport, etc.). Functionality includes scheduling, time clock, attendance and payroll integration, shift availability, training & certification tracking, vehicle maintenance and much more. The company has been in business since 2004 and steadily growing ever since, serving agencies across the United States.

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