T2 Launches Devicekeeper v2 Mobile Device Asset Management Solution for Hospitals

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on June 18, 2012

Second Generation of Mobile Device Asset Management Platform Released

Schiff Partners, Inc., parent of T2 Technical Services (T2) and Devicekeeper.com is excited to announce the release of Devicekeeper v2, the 2nd generation of their mobile device asset management solution.  Deployed as a cloud-based or in-house solution, DeviceKeeper.com gives hospitals a practical means tracking and managing Vocera® badges, wireless in-house phones from Cisco, Ascom, or Polycom/Spectralink; pagers; PDAs; iPhones; Android devices; and BlackBerrys® smartphones in an organized, centralized, easy-to-use web-based application.

As with the original, Devicekeeper v2 includes live update capabilities from connected Vocera systems, providing regular last user/location information and comprehensive device life cycle information, including repair/replacement/RMA history, as well as changes in device ownership and responsibility. The platform uniquely allows a customer to look at all their mobile devices in a single application regardless of type or manufacturer and easily share this updated information with ongoing update reports that are delivered to departmental managers regarding the status of their device inventory.

“The mobile device ecosystem found in hospitals is increasingly diverse. Telecom and IT managers are struggling with managing their significant investments in mobile assets,” say Kenny Schiff, Managing Partner of T2 Technical Services and developer of Devicekeeper.com. “We’ve continued to enhance and develop the Devicekeeper platform to give IT and telecom staff, and the departmental managers who are their customers a good way to track their precious mobile inventory.”

In addition to many requested enhancement to the user experience, Devicekeeper v2 engine was completely retooled for improved speed and reliability. v2 now provide faster updates, quicker searches and contemporary web database application features like inline editing and more choices for sorting and filtering.

Devicekeeper.com is available as a subscription service or as installable application. For more information, visit Devicekeeper.com or call us 888.427.2215

About Devicekeeper.com and T2 Technical Services
Headquartered in Wilton, Connecticut, T2 Technical Services is an expert healthcare communication technology consultancy and professional services practice. Devicekeeper.com is part of T2’s product/services portfolio designed to improve the deployment of mobile devices in healthcare settings. Focused on point-of-care communication technologies, such as wireless voice, alarm notification, and workflow automation, T2 supports healthcare organizations across the United States, with a primary focus in the New England, NY Metro and Mid-Atlantic regions. T2’s unique blend of technology expertise, exceptional service, and years of experience successfully delivering point-of-care solutions help hospitals and healthcare organizations improve clinical workflow, increase patient safety, and improve the quality of patient care. For more information about T2 Technical Services and/or its services, call 888.427.2215 or visitwww.t2technicalservices.com

 

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