“Our new integration with LOGitEASY exemplifies how Quire is evolving and defining the standard for technical report writing. We are pleased to further empower our Clients to assemble reports in the most efficient manner possible,” said Hayden Janssen, COO of Quire.
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (PRWEB) April 22, 2021
Quire is pleased to announce an integration with LOGitEASY. Quire Clients can now have LOGitEASY’s environmental and geotechnical site data pushed directly into their Quire Reports. This capability allows auto-population of critical Report components such as Boring Logs for Quire’s environmental and geotechnical Clients, saving valuable time and resources by eliminating manual uploading.
“Quire listens. This is why we continue to expand the number and diversity of firms with which we integrate. Our new integration with LOGitEASY exemplifies how Quire is evolving and defining the standard for technical report writing. We are pleased to further empower our Clients to assemble reports in the most efficient manner possible,” said Hayden Janssen, COO of Quire. “We are excited at the time savings that this integration will provide to our environmental and geotechnical Clients, and we look forward to future collaborations that will help our Clients work even smarter.”
Serving environmental consulting firms and geotechnical engineering companies, LOGitEASY provides soil logging, online boring log and geologic cross-section software, DIY maps for Environmental Site Assessments, and drafting services.
LOGitEASY's web-based boring log software (eForm) works both in the field for logging soil borings and in the office for transferring field notes. Once the data is entered into the software, logs can be generated in a variety of templates, including LOGitEASY, gINT®, LogPlot®, and others. 2D cross-sections using the data logged using the eForm can be generated online. Digital data files can also be downloaded from the software for use in various 3D visualization tools.
LOGitEASY's drafting services convert handwritten field notes or historical logs into gINT, LogPlot, or custom template logs, as well as generating geologic cross sections and environmental figures from client data using AutoCAD® software.