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Inspect Point: A Year In Review 2018

Inspect Point: A Year In Review 2018

Let's Take a Trip Down Memory Lane It's crazy to think that 2018 is almost over, and that 2019 is right around the corner! As we look forward to another year at Inspect Point, it's an exciting time for us to look back at what we've released and added to the product...

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Keeping an Eye on Your Business with Real-Time Updates

Keeping an Eye on Your Business with Real-Time Updates

Make Real-Time Updates Part of Your Fire Protection Business The inspection of fire safety equipment is a matter of great importance. Doing a solid job is the difference between clients who are happy and healthy, and clients who can find themselves without a home or...

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Introducing Live Chat!

Introducing Live Chat!

A New Addition to Inspect Point's Support Offerings. We are excited to announce, that starting Monday, December 3rd, our live chat feature will be made available to all Inspect Point customers! That's right! Every business day, from 9:00 AM-10:00 AM EST & 3:00...

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What is a Data Fix?

What is a Data Fix?

What is a data fix? A data fix is a change made to data involving the development team. Data fixes only impact individual instances versus the product as a whole. Submit a support ticket and from there, a member of our support team will add the request to our product...

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Inspect Point Visits the Reliable Trailer [Video]

Inspect Point Visits the Reliable Trailer [Video]

In October 2018, Inspect Point had the opportunity to see the Reliable Trailer in action at Long Island Pipe Supply in Green Island, NY. Brandon Telford, a Technical Services Manager with Reliable Automatic Sprinkler, gave us a tour of the trailer and a demo of...

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Are We Listening to Technicians?

Are We Listening to Technicians?

How are we listening? A few weeks back, during Fire Protection Week, Drew wrote about the 2018 NFPA theme - Look.Listen.Learn. From that post, sparked a question - “do we listen to our techs in the field? And if so, do we keep a record of what they find correctly?”...

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