We're pleased to announce that Progressive Roofing has selected eLock Doc to help them streamline their inventory management processes and find savings.
Progressive Roofing (http://progressiveroofing.us/) is a family owned roofing contractor that has been offering high quality services since 1978. Our headquarters are located in Phoenix, AZ yet we have regional offices throughout the United States and effectively service clients nationwide. Whether it is maintenance or replacement of your existing roofing, waterproofing weather barriers or the design and installation of new applications, the Progressive Roofing network is prepared to meet and exceed your expectations.
With eLock Doc, Progressive Roofing has developed electronic processes to improve equipment requests and track inventory in the field with rugged hand-held scanning software to give them a 360 view on the lifecycle of their inventory and tracking across multiple customer locations and warehouses.
They are also enjoying the benefits of our modern web-based dispatch and scheduling application. This application is integrated into eLock Doc to provide insights and communication tools that are used daily to manage their fleet of vehicles and deliveries.
Global commerce connections selects eLock Doc as its platform to transform the automotive lift inspection industry.
Automotive lift inspections are traditionally a manual and time consuming process and GCC wants to change that. Working with eLock Doc developers, they have developed an electronic system that meets the unique compliance requirements and functional needs of lift inspectors and lift owners.
Their product “LIFT-CONNECT” is backed by team of professionals who are dedicated to helping you understand the system so you can spend time make money. Their team walks you through the implementation, working all along the way to ensure that you and your team are using the system simplifying your inspection process.
The LIFT-CONNECT system developed with eLock Doc is the most complete, yet still advancing system ever developed for the automotive lift industry. Even with that, each business is unique and has special needs to help it grow. The LIFT-CONNECT team is dedicated to helping you meet those goals with our diverse staff of industry and technology professionals.
Insystech signs a VAR agreement with eLockDoc to offer the service to design, develop and deploy eForms for customers. The eForms developed in the eLockDoc platform will be hosted in the Cloud and made available 24x7 via the internet. The eLockDoc platform is a comprehensive, robust platform that includes a variety of graphical features and print to PDF functionality to allow organizations to offer electronic forms to their customers and staff. The platform also includes workflow, routing of forms to appropriate users for review and processing. eForms generated using eLockDoc can be published for the general public to fill out the forms and then get routed upon submission. The platform also includes email notifications for all parties in the process to be informed.
The eLockDoc platform is secure and user friendly and it is fully customizable to the client’s needed. It is managed and supported by experienced Insystech administrators. It is offered as a Software As A Service solution eliminating the need for clients to deploy and manage the system.
For more information please visit http://www.insystechinc.com/eFormsDevelopment
TEAMS, a solution developed by Insystech Inc. on the eLock Doc Platform, was presented to District Administrators, School Administrators, Testing Coordinators and Teachers at the Maryland Assessment Group (MAG) on October 21, 22 at the Annual Conference in Ocean City, MD. Representatives from Charles County demonstrated TEAMS latest module, Professional Practice, which has been released for Teacher and Principal Evaluations (TPE) to a packed conference hall of attendees. Charles County has been an active member of TEAMS for over two years and is using the Evals Hub as a “one-stop-shop” for their entire TPE process.
Educators from various school districts throughout Virginia attended the James Madison University Content Teaching Academy in June where Dr. Richard Ingram introduced them to the Ed Media Exchange (EMX).
EMX, created with the eLock Doc platform by Insystech Inc, allows educators to collaborate and share Ed Tech content with others districts