The OmnisTools website has been designed and optimized for reviewing and collecting data from a variety of mobile devices. Use your company’s preferred phone or tablet to capture invaluable frontline data via any iOS, Android or Windows mobile device.
With a LTE cellular data connection and OmnisTools your data is just a few taps away at any moment. Upload and review documents and pictures, monitor frontline communications, generate reports, and securely email attachments and communications from anywhere your service reaches.
Wifi Tablets can be used with OmnisTools in places where a secure wireless network has been established. Save money on your infrastructure by using your existing internet and wifi network to avoid additional data plans.
SUNNYVALE, Calif. (February 14, 2012) OmnisTools, Inc. and Hewlett Packard today announced that the companies have entered into a partnership agreement to market OmnisTools cloud-based Efficiency Tracking Software along with the Hewlett Packard Slate 2 Tablet PC. The partnership provides solutions for labor-intensive heavy industrial businesses with high-risk exposures and workers out in the field. Under the agreement. Omnis Tools will be a channeled OEM partner for HP, which will sell OmnisTools Efficiency Tracking Software on their tablet as a complete, easy-to-use, software/hardware solution.
About the OmnisTools/HP Solution
OmnisTools efficiency tracking software and the HP Slate 2 Tablet deliver a complete, integrated solution for all level of workers to track and retrieve information from anywhere. The OmnisTools/HP solution creates a new way for employees to work and communicate, even if they have no computer experience. The HP Slate 2 Tablet features Microsoft Windows 7 Professional that integrates seamlessly with OmnisTools software. Together, with OmnisTools software, it provides a secure file sharing solution that is cost-effective, ultra-secure and solves many IT issues.
About HP and the Slate 2 Tablet PC
HP (NYSE: HPQ) creates new possibilities for technology to have a meaningful impact on people, businesses, governments and society. The HP Slate 2 Tablet PC provides instant deployment for business and vertical markets where jobs frequently take users away from a traditional desk. With a full-featured Microsoft Windows environment, the 1.5 pound HP Slate 2 Tablet PC provides the flexibility to create, edit and review content on one highly mobile and lightweight device. More information is available at http://www.hp.com
About OmnisTools Inc. and OmnisTools Efficiency Tracking Software
OmnisTools innovates entirely new and better ways for organizations in any labor-intensive industry to communicate out in the field from anywhere. Organizing information that can be accessed easily and intuitively, with minimal or no training for all levels of workers. Improving efficiencies, communication, morale, and productivity—and reducing costs dramatically. Information about the company and OmnisTools Efficiency Tracking software is online at www.omnistools.com.
Omnis is working closely with IBM and its Entreprenuer Venture Group to provide the efficiency Safety Software Tool to be launched by mid May 2011.
Omnis Tools, Inc. efficiency software has been chosen by IBM to be a part of IBM’s SAAS cloud platform under the Entrepreneur Venture Capital Group out of San Mateo, CA.
The Innovation Center located in San Mateo California provides support for start up companies that meet IBM’s profile for future products and services in the cloud.
Omnis is a partner with IBM in that Omnis is working closely with IBM and all its resources for product development.
IBM provides business advice, marketing strategies, resources, hardware equipment, and software that will enhance Omnis and provide “Best Practices” and newest technology.
Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal – March 19, 2010. Tammy Gaw – President and CEO, Omnis Risk Insurance Solutions and Omnis Tools Inc.
Omnis Risk Insurance is a commercial insurance brokerage firm, and Omnis Tools is a software- as-a-service company, providing online efficiency software that supports labor intensive and highly regulated industries such as environmental and cleantech companies.
Residence: Los Altos
Education: B.A. in political science with emphasis in chemistry, University of Southern California; litigation and corporate law certification from University of Southern California Law School; California Fire and Casualty Brokers License; Certified Insurance Counselor designation
Boards/volunteer work: Board member for Silicon Valley Charity Ball Foundation; board member for After School All Stars Bay Area Chapter, which supports after-school programs throughout the Bay Area; Rotary, Sunnyvale chapter; St. Vincent Dc Paul and Catholic Charities supporter
First job: I was the first female shoe salesperson for Kenny Shoes Store in 1972.
Business hero: Ronald Reagan
Proudest achievement: I was the first person in my family (seven generations) to go to college.
Biggest workplace challenge: Raising financing for my startup software company
Something that would surprise others: When I was in junior high school, I was the student representative that went with Simi Valley school board members to Sacramento to meet Gov. Ronald Reagan about a bill that would change how state funds were distributed among school districts When we arrived to Sacramento, we were informed by an aide that Reagan had canceled his meeting with our group and planned to vote no on the bill. We had fundraised for a year to pay for the trip. I was not about to let all the hard work and hard-earned money go away. I went straight to the Governor’s office and went inside. I interrupted Reagan’s meeting and explained the reason why I was. He cancelled his meetings for that day and agreed to meet with our group. That day he had informed me that if he was preventing a young girl like me from an equal opportunity/education, then he was making a wrong decision. He changed his decision and supported the bill that changed how California distributed state funds to school districts and allowed a more equitable distribution of state funds. From the time of our original meeting, he became part of my teenage life. He wrote numerous letters to me as a father figure and mentor in my life. Later, he put Simi Valley on the map by building his Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley.