FotoNotes, ControlCam Partner to Deliver Mobile Solutions for Field Appraisers and Management
Improves Quality, Saves Costs in Property Appraisal and Assessment
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JACKSONVILLE, FL, August 19, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- FotoNotes, a leader in mobile solutions for real estate, and ControlCam, a business focused on delivering aerial imaging and GIS solutions, have partnered to offer an integrated solution for inspections, assessments, and construction and installation projects.
"Combining ControlCam's aerial imaging solutions with FotoNotes mobile platform has allowed us to jointly deliver the best-in-industry solution for customers. We're thrilled to be working with the ControlCam team," says Kamal Shah, Founder and CEO of FotoNotes.
ControlCam CEO David Freedman said "We have been able to customize the FotoNotes platform so that it makes doing property field appraisals easy and efficient. Working together we have eliminated the need for paper forms, allowed for inclusion of ground and aerial images and best of all it does not require any special equipment for field personnel. All they need is a smart phone or tablet. In my opinion this is the best property appraisal app in the business."
The mobile solution enhances communication between management and personnel in the field using ControlCam aerial imagery and FotoNotes' configurable mobile platform. In the field, personnel can access their assigned work orders by logging into the FotoNotes mobile application on their device, view aerial images associated with each work order and add ground level photos. Work orders are submitted back to management and office personnel and can be accessed through the desktop software. The ability to instantly relay information from the office and field, at the same time utilizing aerial imagery, allows users to enhance results through more effective communication, while dramatically reducing costs.
About FotoNotes FotoNotes provides mobile and cloud solutions that streamline and automate property management, inspections, and other field services. FotoNotes saves companies time and money by replacing inefficient paper and manual processes with easy-to-use mobile applications and an enterprise-class cloud platform. Blog | LinkedIn | Twitter | Google+ | Facebook
About ControlCam ControlCam is an aerial imaging and mapping company that delivers products that assist government agencies and private industries in analyzing their data in a more efficient way. The company owns, manages and maintains its own fleet of aircraft used to capture aerial information and imagery, reducing costs and response time for its customers. ControlCam also offers a software platform, measurement tools, mobile application and 3D point cloud capabilities. Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Pinterest
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