Paper has been eliminated in nearly every faucet of business except …
DOES NOT offer proof of inspection since operators can scan barcodes from ANYWHERE!
Some Companies going to Mobile/Handhelds Barcode Report spending $100-200K only to go back to prior paper reporting system due to:
Cost, Employee dissatisfaction, Downtime-causing internal problems
Handwritten paper reports can be easily falsified. Barcodes can be easily copied and scanned from any location. Only i-Buttons, located at the inspection location, with a unique serial number, insure the employee was at the physical location at the time of the inspection.
The durable reader, built with stainless steel construction, records the time and location of the inspection and the Trac 365 pad allows entry of supporting alpha-numeric data.
One System – 5 Solutions Any Industry or Application
ONLY OTI provides “Proof At Site”
Microsoft SQL Software
vs. Handwritten paper reports
i-Buttons placed at location or equipment
Insures the employee was at location
Eliminates Electronic Mobile Devices
Trac 365 Pad Data Entry Easy and Accurate
Integration i-Buttons to Data Pads
Do not try this with mobile device
Place small, stainless steel, weather resistant i-Buttons at any location or on any asset requiring inspection.
Employees touch the i-Button with the easy to use reader and record inspection data with the customized Trac 365 pad.
Place the i-Button reader in the docking station and download all inspection data to the easy to access Microsoft SQL database.
enter assigned Incident or Question # – documents report – customized by customer
Document on-the-spot data:
Numeric Keypad enter: Room #, Meter Readings, Parking Space #, Temp, Exit Light Out, Fire Ext Zone/Location #”
Alpha Keypad enter: Names, License Plates, Descriptions, Codes.
‘touch’ choice of ‘Answer i-Button’ , documents each Incident or Question at site
i-Button/Chip contains unique serial number @ each ‘touch’ date/time, Location or Equipment data is ‘captured’. Data is downloaded to PC @ end of shift/day. Inspection data is uploaded to a Microsoft SQL database for paperless archiving, easy review, search, or print.