Issue 28

Current RMS Release Pandemic-Friendly Features


30 July 2020

The entertainment industry as a whole has been widely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and resource has been put into new, on-demand projects such as virtual events and live streams, temporary structures for our health services, and educational systems for schools, colleges, and universities.

The team at Current RMS have recognised the shift in priorities and have worked tirelessly to launch new features that represent this new climate. Their new ‘postponed’ feature allows for users to temporarily pause jobs that will be reinstated in future, and retains all asset allocations, bookable resource allocations, and costs associated with each job.

They’ve also just launched a ‘Testing and Inspection’ module, giving users the ability to record testing data, whether that be for PAT, Test & Tag, OSHA, LOLER, or purely as a quality check.

With a bit more time on our hands than usual, equipment testing is a great way to ensure all products are up to scratch for when they’re booked out onto jobs again.

Current RMS’ Testing and Inspection module shows which kit needs testing and how often, a list of all upcoming tests, the ability to log test results including a pass or fail status, print test documents, and get warnings when assets that are due a test are allocated to a job, or prevent Current RMS from letting you allocate them altogether.

This feature was highly requested before the pandemic, but the team made its launch even more of a priority in the past couple of months.

The team have recently released a feature allowing users to choose which tiles show on their Dashboard when they first log in. This is super handy for when different department or roles

within the business have different priorities as to what they want to be brought to their attention; whether that’s orders this week, overdue inspections, or activities this month.

To try out these features for yourself, sign up for a free 30-day trial of Current RMS and book in a free online training session with a member of the friendly team.

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