this system, you simply log into your private online database,
and enter service attempts and other information, and "optionally"
snap a photo with your camera and it will automatically
attach the photo and "embed" gps coordinates within
the photo, and automatically unembed the information and
print it onto your to your status report. Plus...when
you SAVE the entry, your client can immediately view the
status of the record, including photo and coordinates.
the record is saved, the Case Manager user can "download
services and service attempts" directly into their
Case Manager software at their home office (see above video).
Once a record is downloaded an affidavit can be generated
and uploaded to the record, and clients can click on the
link that says "Click Here To View AFFIDAVIT"
to download and print the affidavit.
Photos taken at the service location and submitted online
cannot be edited (in complaince with DCA requirements)
and GPS info is added only when taking the photo and submitting
it online. If the DCA or other agency were to inspect any
photos you took, they would see that the GPS info is embedded
in the photo. We would be happy to supply any Case Manager
user a notarized sworn statement that all photos taken by
Case Manager users in the field using our online database
have GPS coordinates embedded in them the moment the photo
is taken, and that this info cannot be edited. Settings
on Android Cameras must have GPS enabled.
The Case Manager status report
indicates that GPS info cannot be edited by the Case Manager
user or server. If any party questions whether
your GPS information is accurate and taken on the date and
time and GPS location you reported, all they have to do
is to load the photo into any EXIF program that extracts
GPS information from photos and they
will see that this information matches the information on
your status report and online database.
There is another version of Case Manager that allows
users to manually generate GPS coordinates in states where
there are no specific laws for GPS reporting and who are
not required to take Phootos of the location. This method
secures GPS data directly from Google Maps by matching a
service location with Google Maps GPS coordinates.
to upload records to your online database for viewing by
clients 2 Min: 57 sec.
YOUR CLIENTS VIEW THE STATUS OF RECORDS ONLINE
your clients view the status of papers served ONLINE (Standard
Min: 26 sec.
your servers and clients view the status of papers served
ONLINE (Including photos and gps coordiates
YOUR CLIENTS VIEW INVOICES ONLINE
your clients view INVOICES ONLINE 1
Min: 5 sec.
Optionally, if you do not
want to take photos in the field, you can still add GPS
coordinates to any service using the software's built in
"Capture" of GPS coordinates for any location.
The software automatically locates the correct Longitude
and Latitude for the address you entered into the software
via GPS Location Search, and automatically places the Latitude
and Logitude coordinates in the corresponding fields.
Once you have manually captured the GPS coordinates, you
simply complete all your service information on the Process
Info and Return Info screens, print your Proof Of Service
or other documents in the normal fashion and then UPLOAD
the record to your online database, where it can be viewed
by process servers, attorney clients or company owner.
If you take a photo in the field, the GPS coordinates are
automatically embedded in the photo and attached to the
record, for viewing by the client, as soon as the process
server takes the photo and saves it. You can also automatically
send a status report to your client, including all service
information including the GPS photo and coordinates (see
below). All GPS records are stored in PDF format and
can be easily located at any time.
Shot Of Online Database (Case Status) Which Is Accessible
To Attorney Client