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No Setup Fee for Environmental Health Inspection Software - $200/Month/User for Mobile Tablet Inspection, Permitting and Scheduling Solutions

May 28, 2014

Orange County, CA (PRWEB) May 28, 2014

Inspect2GO ( eliminates the need for costly setup fees. Consumer protection and environmental health software is now available on a monthly basis. Solutions may include restaurant, pool, pest, property, wastewater, sewer, daycare and other areas. Software is tailored to the unique needs of local cities and counties.


Solution - Turnkey, integrated, total EH software solution

Setup Fee - None

Price - $200/month/user

Minimum - Multi-year, multi-user commitments may be required

Device - Windows Mobile tablet, laptop, Android tablet or iPad

Offline - Field inspection portion is native and works when a connection is unavailable

Office - Web-based portal for all office work - Scheduling and Reporting

Printing - In the field via wireless printer

Permits - Issued in the field or via office

Server - Install on municipality's SQL server

Sync - Mobile, database and office software sync via Wi-Fi

Data - Data files for reporting to state

Users - 3 types: Inspector, Admin and Super Admin

About Inspect2GO

Inspect2GO, Inc., ( offers environmental health inspection software to municipalities nationwide. Inspect2GO's comprehensive software solution consists of 3 components; mobile app, database and web-based office software. Restaurant inspection and other environmental health (EH) audits are performed via the mobile application. The "native" mobile app functions on an iPad, Android tablet or Windows mobile device without an internet connection. The mobile app then syncs with the customer's server (or Inspect2GO's cloud). Web-based office software is used to manage the process. Users can schedule inspections, view facility history, reference health codes, print permits, search and generate custom reports all within one comprehensive software package. Inspect2GO tailors its software to meet the unique regulatory needs of each municipality.

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