One Step Web – the best choice for Toronto Fire Services

Toronto Fire Service has chosen OneStep Web for cloud deployment.   OneStep Web wirelessly connects the inspector in the field with the shared One Step database. Using inexpensive tablets, inspectors complete the inspection and instantly share the data with the rest of the department.

Toronto Fire Service has chosen One Step Web for cloud deployment.   OneStep Web wirelessly connects the inspector in the field with the shared One Step database. Using inexpensive tablets, inspectors complete the inspection and instantly share the data with the rest of the department. The only paper involved might be the inspection report that can be emailed to the occupant who has the choice of printing the report or not. The inspection is accurately completed using pick lists with the inspector simply choosing the correct response. Photographs of violations are taken as needed with all the data being written wirelessly to the web server.

Toronto Fire service has been using One Step since 2007 to manage their prevention tasks. The department laptops were “end of cycle” and the department has deployed new inexpensive tablets with One Step Web as the best choice. The department already knows the software which reduces the implementation time for One Step Web.

Toronto is a modern fire department and is continually searching for ways to deliver better service and manage costs effectively.  One Step Web uses wireless and network technologies to connect the inspector in the field with Toronto’s Web Server.  This deployment is an excellent opportunity to demonstrate the value of tablet computing showcasing how modern departments can remain at the forefront of innovation while delivering the very best public safety to the communities they serve.

Whether a department is using its own web servers or One Step is hosting the data, the advantages of hosted solutions are too important to ignore. To find out more, call us and we can show your department how they also can gain in productivity and save money while reducing fire risks.

By | 2017-07-24T15:45:04+00:00 June 29th, 2017|News|0 Comments

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