Sospes Software Available through Cisco-Eagle
Cisco-Eagle adds Sospes’ safety software to its strong line of safety products and services for clients worldwide.
Boulder, Colorado, October 27, 2016 – Sospes, LLC announced a reseller partnership with Cisco-Eagle, an advanced Material Handling Systems Integration group headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Under this agreement, Sospes’ software will be added to the extensive line of materials handling products, services and systems available through the Cisco-Eagle network of offices across the country.
“Cisco-Eagle has an outstanding reputation for providing world-class materials handling solutions and services, and during the past ten years added sophisticated warehouse traffic control systems to enhance worker safety. We are very proud to join them to support their safety solutions,” said Sospes’ CEO Thomas Carson. “Our two companies share the commitment to provide the best tools possible to ensure that all workers return home at the end of each day in the same good health they arrived.”
“Our company was founded almost 50 years ago, and we have grown by listening and responding to our customer’s needs. Safe material handling is a priority for our customers today and Sospes software is a powerful tool that supports that goal,” explained Darein Gandall, president of Cisco-Eagle. “Sospes provides the unique ability for our client’s workers to engage directly with their safety programs by allowing quick and easy reporting of workplace incidents from their own mobile devices.”
Sospes provides Software-as-a-Service solutions that support worker safety through engagement. The product is easy to learn, simple to use and can be implemented in far less time than typical enterprise systems. The system is hosted in Microsoft’s Azure Cloud environment allowing the company to deliver a secure, robust user experience nearly anywhere in the world. For more information, please visit https://sospes.com.
Cisco-Eagle provides solutions for movement, storage, retrieval, control and protection of materials and products throughout manufacturing, distribution, consumption and disposal. Solutions involve application of material handling equipment such as conveyors, carousels, rack, shelving, mezzanines, and other important elements. More complex solutions may incorporate a higher level of controls, automation equipment and distributed intelligence. For more information, please visit www.cisco-eagle.com.
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