e-Reporting has always been a strong tool for employee-based reporting and for those who need add-only access, such as ground force security. Now, with the release of e-Reporting 2.0, users benefit from a lot more flexibility and the opportunity to tailor the look, feel and content of their Web form. It’s all about creating a custom Web form, or series of forms, that meets the Incident Reporting requirements of your organization—for your employees, officers and/or Perspective users.
As much as we go into the ASIS Annual Seminar & Exhibits ready to present our latest innovations, the show also gives us the opportunity to find out what needs to come next. What’s everyone asking about? What’s the buzz on the floor? Throughout the three day event, we spent a lot of time talking about integration and interoperability. We collaborated with many of our partners who were at the show—including Microsoft Global Security and Brivo Systems—and we engaged in a number of discussions around cloud-based computing and our SaaS option. With a number of exciting offers to promote and some significant advancements to our product line (both at the show and in development), we had an amazing week in Dallas, and we came home with invaluable feedback that will help us prioritize our development projects to ensure that we continue to address your top Incident Reporting and Investigation Management concerns.
We often encounter information that we want to share quickly, easily and informally with the Incident Management community. With our new PPM Blog, we now have that opportunity. It’s a forum where a variety of contributors—PPM management, consultants, partners and customers included—will share meaningful insights and experiences.