MdE launches PeACEqPRO!

One Solution for Onboarding & Field Training, In-Service, Certifications & Job Compliance, LMS/eLearning, Employee Performance and Assets.

Manage Liability/Risk
Manage Liability/Risk

Accurate records are more simply accessed. Defend training quickly and easily!

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Strengthen Performance
Strengthen Performance

Training is the barometer of internal and external change and measures the health of an organization.

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Protect Your Team
Protect Your Team

Lack of attention to detail in the vital field training (FTO/PTO) function can potentially hold an entire agency liable, not just individuals.

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Reduce Asset Loss
Reduce Asset Loss

Tracking assets from the date of purchase to salvage saves valuable time and resources and improves record keeping and accountability.

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Clients Nationwide

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