Hartford Selects MobileFrame Software to Automate Field Inspections

— August 02, 2007

The City of Hartford, Conn., is using MobileFrame's software platform to automate its field inspections. Department of Health and Human Services inspectors use MobileFrame's software to inspect public swimming pools to check for safety equipment, water quality and overall sanitary conditions.

The MobileFrame software streamlines mobile application development, deployment, and administration. Data collected in the field is stored on a handheld device and automatically synchronized to the central office when wireless or wired access becomes available. The MobileFrame software has been deployed on various mobile devices, including pocket PC PDAs, tablet PCs and laptops.

MobileFrame's solution enabled the city to automate its entire field inspection operations on a single mobility platform without having to write any code. "I just imported 10,000 records with 25 fields onto my IPAQ in less than 10 minutes, "said Brett Flodine, City of Hartford IT Group.

"Our software can be configured to match customers' specific needs in a 100 percent code-free environment," said Lonny Oswalt, MobileFrame CEO and President. "MobileFrame's software allows the City of Hartford to automate inspections performed by all City departments on one easy-to-use platform."

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