If you’ve been following the blog, you’d know that we seemed to disappear from updates for a few months. We’ve been really busy with some new developments since late August that we’re hoping to launch in the near future. In the meantime, if you didn’t notice the changes to ProCPR, ProFirstAid or ProBloodborne, we’ve made some changes.
On ProCPR, you wouldn’t notice too many changes. Every user now has a dashboard that allows you to do more with the program. We’ve also added a practice test for you to go through at will.
ProFirstAid is the one with the most change. The entire graphical user interface has changed to match the layout we’ve been using on ProCPR for some time now. It’s a more intuitive design that is easier to use, and we are excited that it has finally launched.
ProBloodborne has some minor tweaks, as the video page is now easier to navigate, and is a wider interface allowing for more room to breathe.
We’ve been working on the new system for about two and a half years, and we’re very excited to have the new system in place.
Now that it’s here, more new features are coming. Stay tuned.