Copper Range Introduces New Features To CRScan
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TROY — The software development company Copper Range said Friday it had enhanced the features of its Web-based access control system CRScan based on customer input.
“It is the end user who really adds value to our products and their functionality,” said Copper Range CTO Peter Kochevar. “Therefore, we carefully consider all recommendations that are presented to us from our customers.”
Copper Range is dedicated to helping customers ensure job site safety. The most recent enhancement of CRScan includes the addition of a date and time stamp for non-compliant alerts and a larger time frame for scanned-In workers. Additionally, Copper Range added reporting functions to the auditor’s role to encourage proactive worker compliance policies and reduce lost work hours.
These new features help to create a more efficient system and provide additional information for uses. The added reporting functions will optimize the data available and improve various user levels. Together, these improvements will save time and money for our Copper Range CRScan customers.
Headquartered in Troy, Copper Range specializes in developing data exchange systems using the latest computer, Internet, cellular and communications technologies. CR products include patented Rules Based Jobsite Access Control software, wireless devices and all-digital Web-based solutions to replace cumbersome paper-based processes. CR products have more than 125,000 registered users and have been used on more than 3,000 projects world-wide ranging from small projects to large scale construction projects over $3 billion in contract value. CR clients include some of the largest industrial, manufacturing, construction and entertainment companies in the world.
More at www.copperrange.com.