Natural Disaster Software

Natural disaster software by A1 Tracker has seen significant enhancements during 2013 with dynamic administrative features that extend software deployment capabilities to new heights. With a new hosting platform, A1 Tracker can use a rapid deployment methodology to put into place natural disaster recovery software systems in countries and cities around the world where the consequences of natural disasters impact many lives. Where many software systems take months if not years to meet certain processing requirements, A1 Tracker has upgraded hosting environments in such a way that can accommodate rapid deployments to account for critical timelines where having a system up and running to capture natural disaster details and related information is essential and time sensitive.Natural disaster software by A1 Tracker has seen significant enhancements during 2013 with dynamic administrative features that extend software deployment capabilities to new heights. With a new hosting platform, A1 Tracker can use a rapid deployment methodology to put into place natural disaster recovery software systems in countries and cities around the world where the consequences of natural disasters impact many lives. Where many software systems take months if not years to meet certain processing requirements, A1 Tracker has upgraded hosting environments in such a way that can accommodate rapid deployments to account for critical timelines where having a system up and running to capture natural disaster details and related information is essential and time sensitive.  Natural Disaster SoftwareShould a natural disaster occur in or impact multiple cities, countries, or regions that share a border, A1 Tracker can account for such logic by having regional and country level control over impacts resulting from natural disasters. People can also interface with A1 Tracker from various countries via any mobile device where photos, document, or action plan content must be exchanged and distributed throughout a region. With our latest multi-language feature, A1 Tracker allows users from any ethnic background and in speaking different languages to access, report, and submit information to natural disaster administrators. This includes both Latin, Asian, and Arabic root languages that require specific syntax and formats. Multiple languages may be added and controlled at the administrative level then distributed to end-users responsible for local natural disaster recovery efforts and then ultimately natural disaster victims.  The sheer volume of natural disaster victims combined with the limited reaction time of recovery efforts can make recover a very long-term and cumbersome task. However with the right software system in place, natural disaster recovery managers and victims can both collaborate to expedite recovery with shelter assignments, food distribution plans, safety & hazard report notices, recovery violations, volunteer work assignments, asset and fund allocation approvals for recovery effort.  As the global landscape changes and more events occur and are anticipated, the ability to act starts with proactive plans and countermeasures to handle natural disaster events. A1 Tracker is one strong consideration that will support such an effort.  Natural Disaster Software

Should a natural disaster occur in or impact multiple cities, countries, or regions that share a border, A1 Tracker can account for such logic by having regional and country level control over impacts resulting from natural disasters. People can also interface with A1 Tracker from various countries via any mobile device where photos, document, or action plan content must be exchanged and distributed throughout a region. With our latest multi-language feature, A1 Tracker allows users from any ethnic background and in speaking different languages to access, report, and submit information to natural disaster administrators. This includes both Latin, Asian, and Arabic root languages that require specific syntax and formats. Multiple languages may be added and controlled at the administrative level then distributed to end-users responsible for local natural disaster recovery efforts and then ultimately natural disaster victims.

The sheer volume of natural disaster victims combined with the limited reaction time of recovery efforts can make recover a very long-term and cumbersome task. However with the right software system in place, natural disaster recovery managers and victims can both collaborate to expedite recovery with shelter assignments, food distribution plans, safety & hazard report notices, recovery violations, volunteer work assignments, asset and fund allocation approvals for recovery effort.

As the global landscape changes and more events occur and are anticipated, the ability to act starts with proactive plans and countermeasures to handle natural disaster events. A1 Tracker is one strong consideration that will support such an effort.

Natural disaster software by A1 Tracker has seen significant enhancements during 2013 with dynamic administrative features that extend software deployment capabilities to new heights. With a new hosting platform, A1 Tracker can use a rapid deployment methodology to put into place natural disaster recovery software systems in countries and cities around the world where the consequences of natural disasters impact many lives. Where many software systems take months if not years to meet certain processing requirements, A1 Tracker has upgraded hosting environments in such a way that can accommodate rapid deployments to account for critical timelines where having a system up and running to capture natural disaster details and related information is essential and time sensitive.  Natural Disaster SoftwareShould a natural disaster occur in or impact multiple cities, countries, or regions that share a border, A1 Tracker can account for such logic by having regional and country level control over impacts resulting from natural disasters. People can also interface with A1 Tracker from various countries via any mobile device where photos, document, or action plan content must be exchanged and distributed throughout a region. With our latest multi-language feature, A1 Tracker allows users from any ethnic background and in speaking different languages to access, report, and submit information to natural disaster administrators. This includes both Latin, Asian, and Arabic root languages that require specific syntax and formats. Multiple languages may be added and controlled at the administrative level then distributed to end-users responsible for local natural disaster recovery efforts and then ultimately natural disaster victims.  The sheer volume of natural disaster victims combined with the limited reaction time of recovery efforts can make recover a very long-term and cumbersome task. However with the right software system in place, natural disaster recovery managers and victims can both collaborate to expedite recovery with shelter assignments, food distribution plans, safety & hazard report notices, recovery violations, volunteer work assignments, asset and fund allocation approvals for recovery effort.  As the global landscape changes and more events occur and are anticipated, the ability to act starts with proactive plans and countermeasures to handle natural disaster events. A1 Tracker is one strong consideration that will support such an effort.  Natural Disaster Software