Software Products / Services
We publish and support intelligent, well-designed backflow prevention software.
Our ethos is simple: the software must be straightforward to use and it must meet the needs of every backflow prevention program administrator.
Matt Benton, Compliance Specialist II
Sarasota County Public Utilities (South West Florida)
Matt Benton, Compliance Specialist II of Sarasota County Public Utilities (South West Florida), needed software that would enable himself and his co-workers to organize and structure a sizable Cross-Connection Control program. They needed flexibility. They needed data management tools. Over the years past there had been several missteps. Now they knew they wanted software that was specifically designed to oversee a comprehensive backflow prevention program.
- TokaySQL – Microsoft SQL 2005 /2008 / 2012 database
- TokaySQL – Microsoft .NET application
- Database management simplicity
- Many, many data management tools
- Unlimited phone training and data management support
- Technical support available sixty hours a week
- Comprehensive, easily accessed historical data
- Intelligently designed user interface
Screenshots of the TokaySQL program
The primary goal of cross-connection control programs is to protect the drinking water supply. In our experience the best way to do this is to start with a database of ALL water services. Trained professionals then make a decision regarding each water service – potential hazard – yes or no. If a hazard exists, a determination is made how to best protect the system from contamination. Sometimes a backflow prevention assembly is the best option. The type of assembly required depends on the level of hazard. Sometimes the hazard is so great a backflow prevention assembly is not sufficient. If a backflow assembly is required, it needs to be installed and tested periodically. Thus, testing is the end result of a good cross-connection control program. It starts with all the water services loaded in Tokay. The Tokay software is designed to support all aspects of a cross-connection control program – starting with the services and ending with testing. We set up the link to meet your goals, priorities, systems and limitations of the system.
Web Test Entry (Hybrid Cloud)
Testers enter test results in the field; tests are uploaded to a secure hosted website. Tests are uploaded to the utility the following day. Tests results are reviewed, entered and rescheduled within moments- electronically.
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The Hybrid-Cloud model draws on the power of cloud computing in combination with on-premises technology. The Tokay servers work in orchestration with your utility servers and together they allow workloads to move between private and public clouds as your computing environment changes. Your servers host the sensitive or critical data. Tokay servers host less-critical resources, such as assembly test results and the rescheduling of tests.
Tokay Hybrid-Cloud’s flexibility and scalability eliminates the need for you to make capital expenditures for web hosting, hardware, software, setup and maintenance.
On-site software plus cloud computing • Easy to install • Easy to deploy • Easy to manage, learn and maintain • The utility controls the data and the program
Screenshots of Tokay Hybrid-Cloud
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