LawLogix Announces First-to-Market I-9 Mobile App to Simplify the Form I-9 Onboarding Process
Phoenix, AZ, October 08, 2012 – LawLogix Group, Inc., the leader in I-9 and E-Verify Compliance software, announced today the launch of Guardian I-9 Mobile, a new application designed to assist human resource and hiring managers in completing the Form I-9. Developed in response to the growing demand for secure I-9 completion at remote and decentralized locations, Guardian I-9 Mobile is the first I-9 onboarding app in the market to provide a fully integrated solution for securely capturing and uploading I-9 supporting documents. Guardian I-9 Mobile will be available on the iPhone, iPad and Android platforms, free of charge for Guardian customers.
“LawLogix has solved a fundamental challenge for employers struggling to comply with new and evolving I-9 and E-Verify rules,” said Dan Siciliano, Co-Founder of LawLogix. “With the addition of Guardian I-9 Mobile, LawLogix customers can now securely photograph and electronically retain I-9 supporting documents in a busy retail store, a remote office location, or any other place without the need to use a desktop computer. Achieving I-9 compliance just became a lot more convenient and accessible!”
The new app complements the LawLogix Guardian I-9 SaaS solution, and is designed for the most popular smart phone and tablet brands on the market today. Unlike other I-9 apps on the market, Guardian I-9 Mobile is the only one specifically designed to be viewed on a mobile or tablet device, offering a simple, intuitive, and completely secure method to retain copies of I-9 supporting documents as required by E-Verify, state law, or an employer’s internal policies.
LawLogix developed this feature through collaboration with its extensive client base to address real-life onboarding issues, especially in the retail, commercial, industrial and remote hire industries. LawLogix is showcasing the new Guardian I-9 Mobile app and mobile functionality in Booth #104 at the HR Technology Conference in Chicago, October 8-10, 2012.