BinMaster updates its BinCloud software

Sept. 14, 2023
BinCloud 1.9 brings users new features that include parent/child accounts and the ability to customize APIs.

BinCloud The BinCloud software platform from BinMaster gives users a cloud-based approach to monitoring solids, powders and liquids stored in bins, silos and tanks. Users who are on-site or working remotely can access information in real time via PC, Android or Apple devices. The app provides monitoring data for hundreds of vessels across multiple locations, and users can access historical reporting and set automated alerts.

What’s new? BinCloud 1.9, which introduces a range of new features, including parent/child accounts, which allow clients to assign silo monitoring access to users as needed, while affording complete access for managers, accounting, etc.; and another function that lets clients specify which team members receive reports about an individual vessel, or group of vessels. Access can be delegated within the app.

Benefits Expanded capabilities. The new Customized APIs feature allows BinMaster software developers to create APIs so businesses can more easily integrate data. The new Autosave Original Settings protects users against loss of information if they make a mistake while performing tasks such as defining their own vessel measurements or strapping charts. Users also can set defaults for 1-, 7-, 14-, or 30-day intervals using Custom Chart Settings.

BinMaster, Lincoln, Neb., 402-434-9102,
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