New Software Developer for D-Tech
D-Tech is delighted to welcome a new software developer to the team to assist in the continual development of our software solutions.
Our new developer will be working across the D-Tech suite of software applications towards our consistent aim of improving service levels for our customers and enhancing the user experience of end-users.
D-Tech is proud to develop our own software solutions right here in the UK. Retaining in-house development capabilities allows us to continually improve the performance and flexibility of our software, create bespoke applications to solve to the challenges faced by customers, and have the required expertise on hand ready to adapt and update solutions in response to changes in regulations or data capacity.
D-Tech International Ltd is very excited to introduce you to serveIT iNNOVATE, the new, upgraded software application for our serveIT suite of self-service solutions. iNNOVATE is a cloud-based application with the remote capabilities to take our industry-leading support and aftercare to the next level. iNNOVATE will also create a significant reduction in system resource requirements locally, simpler functionality and feature updates to future-proof your library, and comes with a host of new features including; enhanced security requirements to support PCI DSS & P2PE, email receipt facility, and access to manageIT – our cloud-based remote-access administration application that will enable authorised staff members to adjust settings and fully customise one, some or all self-service kiosks within your estate.
Providing the link with your community
TheLINK is a software solution that enables your library to increase its capabilities as a community hub by allowing your users to access a wide variety of digital services through your serveIT self service kiosks. These services can include everything from payment of Council Tax and parking fines to accessing adult learning classes and theatre bookings. TheLink has the potential to provide an array of benefits, including enabling improved access to vital local services for those with limited mobility.