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Aladtec Team Offers Demonstrations at American Ambulance Association's Annual Conference and Exposition

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EMS leaders will gather Sept. 6-8 to learn, network and visit trade show at the MGM Grand

LAS VEGAS (PRWEB) August 29, 2018

Leaders and decision-makers from public and private ambulance services across the nation will gather in Las Vegas soon to learn about the latest trends and review products and services to help them improve performance.

Representatives Matt Zinnel and David Snyder from Aladtec will be on-hand to meet with customers and demonstrate the firm's online employee scheduling and workforce management software. Visit them at Booth #508 to see how Aladtec's easy-to-use platform enables hundreds of EMS agencies across North America put scheduling tools, e-forms, and instant communication as close as members' smartphones.

Aladtec works well for all agencies, whether scheduling involves a few full-time and on-call volunteers, or hundreds of career paramedics.

"Folks like that they can get on their phone, check to see who's scheduled that day, what the next shift that's coming up, what the monthly schedule is looking like, and how easy it is for them to perform a trade or a giveaway," said David Flaherty, Operations Chief with Great Falls (MT) EMS. He uses Aladtec to schedule and communicate with 55 people. "It used to be a lot more complicated with paper and e-mails, and someone would have to sign-off with wet ink."

Beyond scheduling tools, Aladtec provides a member database, document storage, a member discussion area, an optional timeclock kiosk, extensive reporting, and ability to create customizable reports that can be submitted, reviewed, and archived within the Aladtec system. The functionality permits access anytime, saving customers money, reducing error, and providing accountability.

Aladtec's first customer was a rural ambulance service in Wisconsin. The firm's secure, cloud-based software is now used by more than 2,100 EMS, fire, law enforcement, and dispatch agencies.

Along with the trade exposition at AAA, attendees will hear a variety of presenters cover topics such as key performance indicators to drive cash-flow, how to improve management performance, and a review of strategies to help EMS personnel recover from events like the Oct. 1, 2017, mass shooting in Las Vegas.

The American Ambulance Association was formed 39 years ago to advocate improvements in medical transportation and emergency medical services. AAA represents hundreds of ambulance services that provide emergent and nonemergency care and medical transportation. The group serves as a voice and clearinghouse for ambulance services and views prehospital care as a public service and an essential part of the total public health care system.

Aladtec staff will meet with many customers while at the AAA Conference and Trade Show. A System Specialist will be on hand to answer any customer questions and help them optimize their system in person. Booth visitors will see first-hand how Aladtec can improve their service and they'll be invited to sign up for a free 14-day "try-it" demo, or they can choose a customized demo configured to their organization's specific needs.

"I looked at a handful of online scheduling programs including (two competitors) and found Aladtec to be my favorite and cost far less than the others," said Chief Don Harnisch, Nekoosa (WI) Ambulance Service.

For more information and a free demonstration, visit http://www.aladtec.com, or call #888-749-5550 and a representative will be pleased to answer any questions or arrange a presentation customized to the unique needs of any agency.

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CONTACT INFORMATION:

Aladtec, Inc.
387 Arrow Court
River Falls, WI 54022
(888) 749-5550 Toll-Free
steve(at)aladtec(dot)com

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