Accurately manage specialist equipment and consumables for crime scene investigations. From logging into/out of a crime scene to a change of equipment status such as out of action for maintenance, calibration, cleaning or entirely out of use, Pro-Cloud records it all. Updated asset information and tracking data is automated in real-time through the use of scanning technology and asset tags, which have built-in unique asset identification numbers. Our asset tag offering includes barcode labels and/or QR codes for consumables and more advanced RFID tags for specialist equipment.
THE SOLUTION FOR YOU
Through the use of scanning technology stock control is increased. Consumables are recorded against a vehicle and crime scene, providing full visibility of stock levels, which minimises contamination and assists with health and safety procedures.
Driven by forensic services ISO 17020 regulations, having such a system in place provides a complete audit trail of equipment and consumables used throughout an investigation, which increases the reliability of evidence and proof of how a crime has been investigated. Pro-Cloud can also provide customisable business intelligence reports, meaning you can report on any aspect of a crime scene investigation, including the equipment and consumables used. This reporting process provides you with the data needed to assist the crown prosecution service when assessing cases for court proceedings.
PRO-CLOUD WILL ENABLE YOUR BUSINESS TO
The CSS team took the time to understand our business needs, including all the intricacies of such a historic Archive, and how we would like to use this system to deliver our business process; once launched, CSS (Europe) worked with the Archives team to migrate our data from our existing stock management product ensuring accuracy and rationalisation throughout the process.
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Transform your everyday inventory processes with RFID
Transform your everyday inventory checking processes with our RFID solution and read multiple RFID tags simultaneously, increasing efficiencies and saving time compared to traditional methods. By using a hand-held RFID reader a single scan can detect the presence of multiple RFID tags making equipment checks quicker and simpler for end-users.