Counties in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina can use the damage assessment and disaster management software for free.
Juvare, an incident preparedness and response technology provider, announced it will offer for free its damage assessment and disaster management software to counties in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina that are not already clients to help with Hurricane Ian recovery efforts.
The software, Crisis Track, is designed to collect damage assessments for the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) disaster declaration process. The solution helps businesses, organizations, and municipalities better meet FEMA’s requirements while reducing the resources needed to assess damages, says the company.
“Crisis Track’s deep expertise in streamlining damage assessments and WebEOC’s unrivaled ability to create a common operating picture will enable our partners in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina to recover faster,” said Bob Watson, Chief Executive Officer at Juvare. “By leveraging Crisis Track, counties will be able to accelerate recovery efforts and restore normalcy.”
The software processes and maintains the dimensions and replacement costs for buildings, public utilities, bridges and culverts, and electric utility assets before a disaster happens, enabling the prepopulating of web and mobile-based damage assessment forms with accurate data.
“We’re privileged to be in a position to help our Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina partners quickly and thoughtfully in this time of recovery,” said Bryan Kaplan, SVP and Chief Information Officer at Juvare. “In response efforts such as this, eliminating manual processes and streamlining information flow helps communities recover faster.”
Over 600 emergency management agencies, 50 federal agencies, 4,000 hospitals and public health departments, and higher education institutions use the software.
For more information, visit www.juvare.com.