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California County Health Department Success

A health department located in California was in need of a more accurate, efficient way of tracking both personnel and assets onsite during an emergency event. The department discovered that their hand written logs held inconsistent data on personnel and assets. The notes were difficult to decipher both during and after events which resulted in personnel having to go back and take inventory every hour to determine how many resources were still available at the Point of Distribution (POD). The department realized they were in great need of a solution that would automate the process of managing information on personnel and assets and could provided up-to the minute reports on the data collected. Read Story

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