The software program will help to increase productivity and cost savings by reducing the time it takes to locate equipment for large loss projects by assuring that items will not be lost or left behind after a job, the release stated.
According to the release, based on fast, mobile data collection applications, the system uses barcode technology to record where the equipment item is, who has it and when it is due back.
"We are very pleased with how easy CheckMate is to use," said Howdy Russell, Paul Davis National partner and corporate spokesperson.
"We first implemented the Checkmate system on one of our jobs in the Midwest and immediately saw the benefits for tracking and management purposes," Russell added.
With the use of CheckMate Toolroom, Paul Davis National will organize more quickly and confirm that trailers are fully equipped and ready to respond to any emergency, the release noted.
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