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If you served in the army more than a decade ago, you might recall the following scene. You are on guard duty in your base, assigned to the patrol route. As you rotate between the different posts, you timestamp your visit, log the happenings at each point, perhaps taking note of factors like the condition of equipment and ammunition at each position. You are carrying around a notebook to which you log this data, and you also search for a dusty paper log sheet in each post to input post-relevant data. Someone will have to review, make sense, and archive all this paperwork. Guard tour management in the era of pen and paper tracking and logging was cumbersome and inefficient.



Guard tour software digitize the process of organizing, logging, and executing guard tours and patrols. With a database, that is typically made available on mobile devices, these software suites allow guards to check-in and record the stops and observations they attain during a patrol. No more reaching out in the dark to search for dusty printed spreadsheets, but rather a straightforward process of scanning predefined checkpoints directly to the mobile device. With guard tour software, a patrol guard can track, record, and report incidents in real tim.. Since they incorporate GPS technology, guard tour software can instantly track  guards from a command center, thus increasing their safety. Guard tour software simplify data input, thus allowing guards to focus their attention on the groundwork, they also increase the guard’s accuracy, accountability, and reliability. Finally, with patrol data organized in one digital space, guard tour software enables organizations to analyze their performance and security soft spots.



Guard tour systems are valuable for many organizations. While military and security companies are obvious examples, other industries would also benefit from the digitization and synchronization that guard tour software provide. These include, but are not limited to educational institutions, public transportation services, manufacturing facilities, warehouse departments, and financial institutions.