Emergency Reporting (ER), a cloud-based fire and EMS records management system, is pleased to announce its partnership with PSTrax, a system for paperless operations checks and inventory management.
ER’s Fire and EMS Records Management Software (RMS) serves as a platform for many first response agencies to house all of their data, from personnel files to patient care records and occupancy information. The new integration with PSTrax now also makes it possible to seamlessly share operations checks and maintenance data to ER. This saves personnel time and greatly increases visibility into an agency’s compliance and operations.
Traditionally, first response agencies have managed checks and inventory on paper, spreadsheets or disparate systems. PSTrax integrates all these checks and inventories – Vehicles, SCBA, PPE, Critical Assets, Stations and Narcotics – into an easy-to-use system that is proven (since 2009) and highly adopted by crews.
PSTrax recognizes each department is as unique as the communities they serve, and most departments don’t have time to take on another project. PSTrax provides a “full service” solution and manages the entire implementation for you. The PSTrax team takes your apparatus, equipment and inventory checks and builds a turnkey system that is custom-configured for your department’s requirements. PSTrax also recognizes how fast things change for first response agencies, so their team acts as your “administrative assistant” and makes ongoing changes to the system when needed.
“PSTrax builds long-term relationships with each of our client partners. As part of that commitment, we constantly work to improve the client experience we provide and to bring the most value through our solution. We are very excited about the integration with ER because it accomplishes both these goals. With PSTrax, you can rest easy knowing checks and inventories are being completed and a full history is being documented for every task and inventory. Ultimately, this ensures a safer work environment, reduces crew labor and provides the necessary information needed for compliance, audits and litigation, all for an affordable price that is often 5X less than the cost of paper checks,” says Ryan Larson, Vice President Business Development at PSTrax. “Now our clients who use ER will have an even more efficient and streamlined experience thanks to this new partnership and integration.”
With the integration between PSTrax and ER, first response agencies are able to automate the completion of their operations checks and sync the creation and management of maintenance tickets. As crews complete their operations checks in PSTrax, they can create “alerts” that will automatically sync with the ER Maintenance module and create a maintenance record for that apparatus. As updates are made to the maintenance record in PSTrax, those updates automatically sync back into the ER Maintenance module as well.
“Many ER customers also use PSTrax, so we’re thrilled to be able to team up with them and offer this integration,” says Dave Adams, Co-founder and Chief Revenue Officer at Emergency Reporting. “ER and PSTrax users don’t have to worry about entering the same kind of data twice into two separate systems. This is why we are continuously expanding our network of partners and integrations – so that we can make things much easier for customers and save them time and money.”
The ER Partner Community makes it easy to discover and connect the tools that Fire and EMS agencies need to grow. Emergency Reporting connects first responders with other useful software products for improved efficiency, response time, operations, asset management, and more. By seamlessly integrating with third parties, ER is able to provide first responders with a single platform that contains all mission-critical information to make more accurate, data- driven decisions, and to save valuable time spent entering and extracting data from multiple accounts. For more information about the PSTrax and ER integration, visit http://info.emergencyreporting.com/pstrax.
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