One of the most challenging tasks of the Correctional institutions in America is to track all of the material that is delivered to the inmates on a daily basis. Prisoners receive everything from gifts of food, reading material, legal and illegal tender, personal items and even contra ban. It is the job of the prison staff to inspect and log all items that enter the prison for an inmate. Some items like letters from an attorney or the court system cannot be opened for it will violate attorney/client privileges. These types of correspondences require extra care when logging and tracking. In many instances these process take many man hours due to the manual process that are currently in place.
Through the use of an automated inbound package tracking system like SQBX, the scanning and logging in process can be reduced significantly. Not only will the data entry be quicker through the use of drop down menus, scanners and label printers, the data retrieval will also be faster. Real time delivery logs will provide up to the minute visibility as to what has come into the facility. These logs will be accessible to all those who have been granted permission to do so, being that SQBX resides on the web. No more messy hand logs with unledgible writing. Crisp, clean, documents will now be the norm.
The SQBX in bound package tracking solution is the answer to the cumbersome process of logging in and delivering packages to the inmates of American Correctional Facilities. Increase performance in your department by deploying the technology that has been proven in the field. SQBX is your answer.
We're pleased to announce that we've deployed the first Panasonic U1 mobile computer to our customers. The Panasonic U1 is a military grade rugged mobile computer. If you're looking for a bully of a computer for your warehouse operations, this little guy can withstand drops of up to 4 feet and is water resistant. With many add-on features like support for 1D and 2D internal scanners, a camera, and broadband connectivity this device is perfect for usage with SQBX and Zenventory. The footprint is a little heavier and larger than our mainstay Motorola MC70.