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iCAT provides the contents restoration industry with the tools it needs to drastically reduce the time contractors need to spend onsite, which in turn helps them increase the number of jobs they can take. The software uses the power of the cloud and mobile technology to allow contractors to immediately identify and catalog contents, without having to fill out separate form for each item or rely on servers to store data.
"The old way of doing contents restoration -- particularly the packout process -- is long gone," said Walji. "With iCAT and the Fast Packout app, we've severely reduced or completely eliminated the biggest headaches involved in logging contents and packing out a job site. It's time that the next generation of contractors realized the true benefits of what iCAT delivers -- and just what it means for the future of this industry."
To learn more about iCAT Solutions and the software that started and continues to lead the Modern Contents Movement™, visit http://www.icatsoftware.com.
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