Cartegraph releases free COVID-19 response software for local government agencies
Cartegraph, a developer of operations management software and services, has released a free solution to help local government agencies monitor their response to the coronavirus crisis and protect their communities. Using the new Cartegraph for COVID-19 Response software, municipalities can proactively organize all their pandemic response activities, inventory materials and track resource usage so they can more easily submit the data required for federal reimbursement when the time comes.
“This is a trying time for everyone, including the local government agencies that we serve,” Josh Mallamud, Cartegraph CEO, said in a statement. “Many of our customers are using Cartegraph to track their response efforts, and we felt it was important for us to open up this support to every agency that may need it. Local government leaders are often the silent heroes in times of crisis, and we are honored to have the opportunity to support them however we can.”
From disinfecting public facilities to inventorying cleaning supplies, municipalities can use the software at no cost to manage their coronavirus control tasks and materials. Leveraging the company’s mobile app on their smartphone or tablet, individual crew members can practice social distancing and complete assignments from anywhere while supervisors coordinate work, keep an eye on critical supplies and monitor real-time progress.
As workers complete their tasks and enter their labor hours, equipment and materials, the software keeps track of the data related to COVID-19 response. Using simplified work orders, adaptable dashboards and out-of-the-box reporting, agencies can accurately communicate the financial impact of coronavirus to their leaders and FEMA.
For more information on Cartegraph’s free COVID-19 response software for local government agencies, click here or call (800) 688-2656.