DHS Worldwide Software Solutions is proud to announce the release of Total Recall SQL Version 8.7 / Envision Version 4.7. The new release contains scores of new features designed to help records and destruction management organizations run a stronger, more efficient operation. An entire list of features can be found by visiting the DHS Worldwide resource center.
The major themes of the summer release include security, productivity, and visibility. The Client Web Access portal features several new innovations, including a Two Factor Authentication Login Security feature designed to enhance the protection of you and your customers’ information. New web customization features allow records and shredding providers the ability to tailor the look and feel of the web to match each of their customers unique branding when logging in to make service requests, pay invoices, etc. (e.g., custom images, color schemes, logos, and text).
The new version also provides greater visibility and capabilities to dispatchers and drivers alike. New optimization and business intelligence features have been added which are designed to improve route density – offering higher profits to shredding operators. Featuring a new Dispatch Import Log, dispatchers can easily see detailed processing information for every driver and every order processed, including scan history, activity, and processing. Using the latest in barcode scanning technology, drivers can now add Ad Hoc Bin Services to any scheduled work order while in the field. For customers with multiple orders, a new Apply Signature to All Orders feature has been added to make it more convenient for the customer to sign off on the completed services..... To Read The Full Press Release - Click Here
Since the start of the year, over 2,500 industry professionals have joined DHS to participate in a series of live online webinars, virtual training sessions and online self-guided training programs.
“We have found that one of the silver linings of the difficulties experienced in 2020 is an increase of dedicated time to learning”, says Paul Maggi, Director of Education and Compliance at DHS Worldwide Software. “We believe that our clients are most empowered when they understand how to best utilize the latest features of the Total Recall Software”
DHS educational webinar themes are selected and designed based on current industry trends and operator needs. With the start of the new year, DHS held their “Top 5 Tips for Increasing Profits Within Your Shredding Company” to help shredding operators redesign operational workflows and update processes to help grow their business. In February, DHS released their 2020 development roadmap during their “Annual Company Update Webinar”, helping prepare industry professionals around the globe for the release of many new industry first software features in Total Recall Software Version 8.7 / 4.7... To Read The Full Press Release - Click Here
As our 9th installment of our 2020 Educational Webinar Series, DHS invites you to join us for a free 45-minute webinar as we explore how Total Recall Envision Onsite Software can provide your customers with single point of access to manage both their offsite records and active onsite records.
When: September 24, 2020 at 11:30 AM EST
Companies are increasingly turning to mobile technology to help drive the next level of productivity, efficiency, and service in their organizations. Yet, as these same companies rush to embrace mobility for critical line-of-business applications, they increasingly run the risk of sabotaging their own efforts. By selecting the wrong mobile technology — based on incomplete or incorrect information — they fail to realize the true benefits of mobility.
Mobile scanning devices are critical for tasks such as Records management, Document Shredding, Warehouse Inventory Tracking, and more. And while your choices of mobile solutions are wide, few options can meet your needs for business-critical hardware, software, accessories, and service plans. Too often, consumer-grade mobile devices introduce unforeseen complexities and hidden costs that, when added up, result in a significantly higher Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
When you add up all the cost associated over the life of each device, a consumer-grade smartphone might actually cost you 51% more than an enterprise-grade device. To Read The Full Article - Click Here