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Public Health Preparedness Made Easier with VIPlanning Software
 

If you work for a public health agency who is ready to convert their paper-based emergency plans, POD plans, Pan Flu Plan or SNS Plan into an HTML, consider VIPlanning® Software. If you are searching for a drill or incident tracking system, VIPlanning® Online provides an affordable solution.

VIPlanning® Software allows you to produce HTML preplans rich in pictorial and graphic content, without hiring a computer expert or spending time mastering complicated programs. The process is simple and user friendly.

All data and graphic information is easily stored and maintained within VIPlanning Software's Repository. Files of all types (i.e. Word, Excel, Power Point, bitmap images - jpg gif, png, 360 panoramic photos, etc.) can be easily imported into the software's repository. Bitmap images are automatically scaled into the optimal size for page presentation.

VIPlanning's user-friendly software includes familiar paradigms, like drag and drop, along with common visual presentations, like an outline and thumbnail images, combined to make a simple yet powerful user interface.

VIPlanning's standardized templates and system of reusing information provides a powerful, productive toolset designed to reduce human resources needed to build and maintain HTML plans and assessments.

You can easily share the finished facility data via a network intranet, secure internet site or distributed via CD, DVD or flash drive.


VIPlanning® Online Services can provide user friendly and affordable solutions for tracking public health drills, exercises and incidents or even provide secure web-based environments for county, regional or state collaboration efforts.

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