This blog was commissioned by Onetrace App ↗️

Fire protection industry, welcome to the 21st century! Say goodbye to all the bloated, sluggish software that doesn’t work well and feels like it belongs in 2001, and say hello to effective and efficient workflows with Onetrace. If you’re a fire protection operative, you know what all the hype is about. Fire protection traceability software has not always been the best, but now there is finally an option that does it all… And we really mean that it does it all, and then some.

In modern times, fire protection operatives should not have to find a suitable place to pull out their laptop, grab a mobile Wi-Fi dongle, hope for a stable connection, then send themselves the photos that they took, then upload them to the system… And that’s if their company even uses a dedicated fire protection traceability software. 

We believe that if a fire protection operative is on-site, then their entire job, admin included, should be completed before they leave site, as information may get lost or forgotten. This old process of getting the site jobs done and doing admin later massively increases the margin for error, as the operatives are relying on their memory, which can be unreliable, especially if they are working on multiple sites with travelling in between. They should be able to use their mobile devices to do their entire report with ease and see what jobs they have next – from the same place. Onetrace can do this for you. 

Use software that works for you, not against you 

As operatives, you work on site, so a mobile application would be one of the better working companions. While you’re working, you’re taking photos, as part of the job requires you to take photographic evidence to prove that you left the site with the job completed, and highlight any issues or concerns. Onetrace’s workflow supports you through every step of the job, ensuring that your work is done efficiently and thoroughly. 

Work online or offline 

One of the most frustrating aspects of existing fire protection traceability software is their reliance on a stable internet connection. Onetrace has identified this and has provided the ability to work offline by saving the job to your device. No more searching for a signal. Say hello to working in the basement with no signal the same way you’d work above ground level. 

Remote working, done right 

Onetrace has brought proper remote working to the fire protection industry with their state-of-the-art mobile app for fire protection traceability. Your entire team can now work remotely, from anywhere, and everyone can have real-time live updates as work is being done. Your team and your clients can have a front-row seat to your fire protection operative’s progress, reducing the need for constant update meetings. With this VIP access for clients, you can have more productive communication. 

Take photos and go! 

Say goodbye to taking photos and sending them to your email, then downloading them to your desktop, only to upload them to the system, or sending them to the office for the internal admin team to do for you. There is a much better way and Onetrace has it! You can take photos from right in the app, ensuring that you uploaded it to the right job, and your team will have instant access to it… like magic. 🪄 

Use the technology that everyone has access to

Everyone has a mobile device, and we have made them the core of our lives. Everything, from communication and shopping to banking and organisation, is done on our devices, so why not work from them too? So many software providers forget the power of mobile technology, and neglect to build native systems that work on the devices as they should. Fire protection traceability shouldn’t be subjected to applications that are restricted to desktops and local servers, or even laptops. In 2021, we should all be enjoying the power of mobile technology at home and at work, and that’s why we built Onetrace. 

Bring fire protection traceability to your team

Are you ready to learn more about fire protection traceability software and how Onetrace can support your organisation? All you need to do is get in touch or request a demo. If you’re not ready to commit, that’s okay – you can try Onetrace completely free for 14 days with zero obligation or commitment.