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The Facilities Workflow Platform…SCLogic’s sleek and sans fluff take on Facilities Management

The Facilities Workflow Platform…SCLogic’s sleek and sans fluff take on Facilities Management

We’re excited to introduce a blog series that explores a gap we discovered in the facilities management industry and how we’re helping people fill it with action items that are fueled by knowledge and understanding. How do we know what we’re talking about and why should you care? A little history first… SCLogic started in the barcoding and tracking niche. If you could put a barcode on it, we could track it. Student packages, roller coaster parts, ballot boxes, gas…

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What do you know about your package tracking software hosting company?

What do you know about your package tracking software hosting company?

Are they well established in the industry? Have they received any industry recognition or awards for their hosting services? What security do they provide other than standard data encryption and firewalls? Are their data centers certified as Tier 3 or higher? Are they SSAE-16 Compliant? Do they have any PCI compliance? What Level? Do they have a Safe Harbor Certification from the U.S. Department of Commerce? Are they a HIPAA Business Associate? Do they deploy on Layer 2 or Layer…

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Using Enterprise Barcode Tracking Software to Track Conference Attendance & Certification

Using Enterprise Barcode Tracking Software to Track Conference Attendance & Certification

More and more organizations today are implementing barcode tracking software to replace their outdated and inefficient conference tracking methods. One outdated method requires conference staff to carry clipboards with checklists and pencils to admit and track attendees to the conference and to each course. That data is usually entered by staffers into a spreadsheet after the conference to track attendance, run reports and to create course completion certificates. The clipboard method usually works fine for conferences with under 50 attendees…

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