TISCOR Paves The Way For Innovation
When TISCOR was first launched, it had the capability to track maintenance management activities. Since then, this technology has developed to include features such as customizable inspection questions, automated inspection scheduling, flexible barcode inputs, and many more.
These features made it significantly easier for those who used the software every day. The first big feature added to FacilityManager was the ability to document compliance with NFPA 20 regulations. This made it easy for users to know that they would be safe from any potential audit, and would be in compliance with all of the NFPA regulations. FacilityManager also added flexible barcode inputs in order to allow multiple barcodes such as 1D, 2D, QR, and brand new or existing barcodes. This gave both new and existing users the ability to find a method of inspection that worked for them.
TISCOR’s One-Of-A-Kind Features
TISCOR also created the ability for customizable inspection questions, answer inputs, and reports. TISCOR knew that every company performed inspections differently, and provided the tools to allow users to set up and use an inspection questionnaire that worked for their circumstances.
TISCOR also allowed for fire pumps to be added manually via a file upload, or in the field from the mobile app. This was not previously possible and helped users who were trying to add fire pumps manually. Arguably one of the biggest additions made by TISCOR was the creation of routes, which keeps equipment organized and guides technicians through an optimal inspection path. This feature ensured that equipment was never missed, and that technicians were clear on where they were going so that no time was wasted.
One of the features that seemed simple in nature was the addition of automated inspection scheduling, but this has proven to significantly help out companies who are busy or have a tendency to forget about inspections. Automated inspection scheduling gives users the flexibility to be reminded as frequently or infrequently as desired, creating an inspection routine that works for them.