CCTsoftware Helps IT Professionals Keep Track

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<p><strong>Livingston, N.J. &mdash; Sept. 18</strong><br />CCTsoftware, a division of Castle Computer Technologies, has announced a new product: PDA Control, a powerful Windows program that makes it easy to track company PDA devices. </p><p>At a glance, the device helps you know which employees have been assigned BlackBerries, Palm Pilots, cell phones and other hand-held devices.<br /><br />It&#39;s easy to create a master inventory of your organization&#39;s loanable items. </p><p>Similarly, you can create a list of all of your employees. Assigning items to individuals is as simple as dragging the device and dropping it onto the name of the individual whom it is assigned to.<br /><br />You can track employees by name, badge number, department and active/inactive status, then see immediately which device has been assigned to them. </p><p>You can maintain a database of an unlimited number of devices. PDA Control keeps track of who has possession of each device, when it was assigned to them and when it was returned.<br /><br />PDA Control includes a comprehensive set of reports. It&#39;s easy to select the information that you need, sort it meaningfully, include or exclude categories of people or assets, and print only the information that you need. </p><p>All reports can be saved in text, Adobe Acrobat (PDF) and Web page (.HTML) formats.<br /><br />Additionally, you can export data so that you can read it into your favorite spreadsheet or database. Similarly, it&#39;s easy to import employee and asset information from your personnel and inventory systems.<br /><br />Whether you&#39;re a business owner who needs to keep track of valuable company equipment that employees take on business trips or a corporate information officer who needs to track the whereabouts all the company&#39;s phones and BlackBerries, PDA Control has the tools that you need.</p>

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