Legend releases Dri-Plan version 4.0

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BURLINGTON, WA — Legend Brands has released version 4.0 of its mobile job documentation system and now "includes a substantially more robust data synchronization system
to ensure user data is securely backed up and available for report generation," according to a press release.

“Dri-Plan streamlines water damage mitigation documentation,” Brandon Burton, technical director for Legend Brands, said in the release. “Technicians can use the data they collect to build dynamic and detailed documentation.”

An update to the Dri-Plan website, which creates easier user interface and more user-friendly report layouts, was also part of the 4.0 update.

Some of the 4.0 updates include:

  • User interface updates for better use with iOS 8.0,
  • A button to instantly adjust all room wall measurements,
  • Larger tap area for icons,
  • An edit feature for renaming rooms, zones and floors,
  • Pin job site photos to reports,
  • Unlimited notes.

“Version 4.0 is a foundational update,” Burton adds. “We are already working on further improvements to workflow, interface design and website improvements,” which will be rolled out later this year.

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