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Generations On-line Announces Full Compatibility with iPhone and iPad(May 17, 2011)
Mt. Pleasant, MI (PRWEB) May 17, 2011
Generations Online is an industry leading web-based application created specifically for non-medical home care agencies. Generations Online runs securely over a web browser, enabling agencies to reduce their IT burden while providing them secure access their data anywhere, anytime.
"Empowering agencies with the ability to view and edit their data from anywhere increases the effectiveness of the software and the efficiency of the agency." commented IDS President Lance Ferden. "An agency can take an iPad with them on client visits and document the visit real-time or, if a caregiver doesn't show up for a scheduled shift, a new caregiver can be found and the schedule updated from their phone while at the grocery store or wherever they may be."
"There are many advantages to Generations Online in this industry including lower IT cost and the ability to access your data when out of the office." continued Ferden, "Today's home care agency requires more than a data dump of read-only information to run effectively 24/7".
Founded in 2003, Integrated Database Systems, Inc. provides software that manages the day-to-day activities of non medical home care agencies; the software also seamlessly integrates with QuickBooks for billing and payroll. More than seven hundred companies in the United States and abroad use Generations Homecare System.
More information on Generations On-line can be found on the web at http://www.homecaresoftware.com or by contacting IDS at 989-546-4512.
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