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Decade Software Company Announces Contract to Provide Consolidated Data Management System to Davis County Environmental Health Services Division

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FARMINGTON, Utah, July 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Decade Software Company, LLC, industry-leading provider of environmental health software for over 28 years, announced today a contract with the Davis County Health Department's Environmental Health Services Division. Davis County will utilize Decade's EnvisionConnect software, a Web-enabled, consolidated system to automate the County's environmental health programs, ranging from Food, Schools, and Public Swimming Pools to Environmental Emergency Response, On-site Waste Water, and Solid/Hazardous Waste.

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"For about a dozen years, we've had an extremely limited database capability," says David Spence, Director of the Environmental Health Services Division. "We were only able to use a tablet when inspecting our Food programs, and its capabilities were extremely limited." He notes that the situation back at the office was not much better. "Scheduling was cumbersome; we almost had to do it by hand. To do any database searching was literally almost combing through paper files."

With EnvisionConnect, Davis County will, for the first time, be able to consolidate its 14 health programs into one system. Spence observed that beyond the ease of use and efficiency that EnvisionConnect provides, Davis County is eager to fully utilize the integrated database to begin a real analysis of its work. "One of the big things we've wanted to do, in areas such as our Food program, is identify, 'what's the number one violation?' 'What's the number one Critical violation?' The way our system is now, it would take a week for someone to go through and figure that out. Our big priorities have always been education, and EnvisionConnect will let us focus in on things that are obviously important, and be much more proactive and effective."

Spence notes that the Division was the first in Utah to publish inspection results to the web for the public to access when researching dining decisions, and even now will utilize their own technology to pull inspection data from EnvisionConnect to post on the Division website. "We are excited to get everyone on electronic devices, complete our billing for every program in one place, and get information out to the public quickly."

"Davis County has always been on the frontline of new technology," comments Darryl Booth, President of Decade Software. "We look forward to working with a progressive agency that will clearly hold high standards for themselves and the invaluable work they perform."

About Decade Software Company
Decade Software Company is a preeminent provider of services and software solutions for regulatory agencies. For 28 years, Decade Software Company has been recognized as the leader in implementation, configuration, support, and data management. Decade provides a breadth of integrated products that are the most comprehensive in the industry including EnvisionConnect, EnvisionConnect Remote for the mobile inspector, along with other specialized applications. Decade Software Company is a partner of the National Environmental Health Association.

Darryl Booth
Phone:  800.233.9847 x702
Fax:  559.222.1365

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