Assistance workers can now record data with just one scan
Contact: Derek Dailey, 256-712-2356
FLORENCE, Ala., Dec. 6, 2013 /Christian Newswire
/ -- CharityTracker has announced that scanner and barcode technology is now being offered for use with the CharityTracker Plus version of their product.
CharityTracker is an online service used by faith-based nonprofits, community nonprofits, churches, and government agencies to keep track of information pertaining to client intake and reporting data. CharityTracker's software is designed to help clients be more efficient with resources, measure outcomes, and reduce duplication of efforts.
The newly available features will enable clients to open case files and add assistance records with just a couple of scans, as well as print and use scannable ID cards. There is only a scanner to purchase and barcodes can be printed on any home or workplace printer. This will streamline intake processes and greatly reduce data entry time for assistance givers and benevolence workers.
While the software is flexible and can work with many different models of scanners, 100% compatibility has been tested and confirmed with the Motorola LI2208 and Symbol LS4208. Both are widely available scanners and can be independently purchased from your retailer of choice. These scanner features will also be available in CharityTracker's sister product, Oasis Insight, which is used primarily by food banks.
"We believe the barcode scanning option will help charitable organizations serve their clients faster and with greater accuracy." says Simon Solutions CEO, Ben Stedman.CharityTracker was developed by Simon Solutions Inc., and now has networks in 678 cities. CharityTracker keeps track of over $150,000,000 in assistance spending since it was first implemented in Northwest Alabama in 2007.