BuildingReports releases ScanSeries version 1.1.30 for Android

By David Spence | January 11, 2016

BuildingReports is pleased to announce the latest release of ScanSeries for Android. The latest update features a number of improvements and enhancements for the leading fire and life safety inspection application, including: Merge feature has a new workflow for easier merging of reports from two mobile devices Local Bluetooth merging also now available for paired […]

BuildingReports releases ScanSeries version 1.1.17 for Android

By David Spence | October 21, 2015

The latest release of ScanSeries for Android includes several improvements and fixes and is available immediately. Version 1.1.17 update includes the following changes: Added redesigned Date Picker feature for better user experience. Added better compatibility for various screen sizes to decrease user interface issues on unsupported devices. Improved barcode scanning experience on the supported Janam […]

New ScanSeries Feature for iOS and Android: Device Discrepancy Report Images

By David Spence | August 19, 2015

Available now, ScanSeries iOS version 2.3.41 and ScanSeries for Android version 1.0.99 can be downloaded in their respective app stores. Read the full article for important information about each new release. New feature for ScanSeries for iOS and Android Users Discrepancy Photos Added: New feature allows Image/DocDrive support for adding photos of Discrepancies to Failed […]

New Account Manager Role Improves Field Service, Increases Security

By David Spence | August 12, 2015

BuildingReports is pleased to introduce an addition to the Administrator, Manager, Manager/Inspector, Inspector and Custom User role types: Account Manager. The addition of this new feature is in response to requests from our valued Service Members, and is another example of why your feedback is so valuable. The Account Manager role is a new user […]

Why Fire Code Inspections Fail

By David Spence | January 12, 2015

As a Facility Manager or Building Owner, you have to make sure your up to code keeping all of your tenants safe. But being up to code means more than just fixing a few electrical issues. There are hundreds (if not thousands) of ways to fail your building’s fire inspection. That’s why we’ve pulled together […]