As with many customers, monthly schedules were assembled on spreadsheets. Such was the case for Tsuut’ina Nation as well. “It was inefficient as it took up a lot of time and also made scheduling coverage for book-offs difficult as it meant phoning, texting, or e-mailing all of the part-time employees. A switch was needed to reduce administration time,” Jukes said.
Once Tsuut’ina Nation started using Aladtec, one of the areas they started utilizing were the Forms. “We have started using it for our apparatus checks, which has allowed for real-time reporting, reduction in paper, and a more effective process. And we’re going to begin using it for Incident Reports in the new year as well,” said Jukes.
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