December 8, 2019

Introducing ToProovIt – a New Mobile App Designed to Help People Easily and Effectively Document Harassment, Discrimination and More with Cloud-based Storage and Time-stamped Reports

  • By TecHR News Desk
  • August 29, 2019
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ToProovIt

Central California Attorney Invents New App to Allow Users to CAPTURE THE TRUTH

ToProovt is Ia new mobile app that allows users to document instances of unlawful treatment at work and elsewhere through the use of event entries, voice memos, photos and screen captures of emails and texts. The data is stored safely and securely in the cloud and, when the user is ready, a report is generated so that it may be shared with an HR department or the user’s attorney. The app may also be used for documenting injuries and domestic matters.

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The user will easily be able to document uncomfortable situations and their entries will be time-stamped so there is no question as to when the user experienced the offense.

“Every attorney tells their client to document, document, document,” said Steven E. Alfieris,  California attorney and Co-founder of ToProovIt. “This app empowers the user to document their case with time-stamped entries and, when the user desires, receive a report that is generated with our patent-pending report generating program.”

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Contracting the mobile app development through Fresno custom software company, Shift3 Technologies, ToProovIt founders wanted to keep the project close to the Central Valley. “Having the local access was so important; it helped that we had a firm here in Fresno that could develop it. I don’t know if I would have gone to Silicon Valley. Also, with the sensitive nature of this app, we did not want to trust a firm overseas,” said Fotini Alfieris, Co-Founder, ToProovIt.

Fully cloud-based, this mobile app helps users document unlawful workplace situations, workplace safety issues, domestic matters, injuries, car accidents or anything that needs documentation for potential litigation or administrative hearings. From photos to cell phone screen captures, the app allows users to upload proof to support their case. Users can even record voice memos to themselves if they don’t have time to document notes.

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