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Gila River Indian Community selects VisionAIR software
SACATON, AZ—The Gila River Indian Community (GRIC) announced a new contract with VisionAIR®, a leading provider of public safety software and a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.
The contract consists of products from VisionAIR’s Public Safety Suite, including: VisionCAD, computer-aided dispatch; VisionRMS, a law enforcement records management system; VisionMOBILE, a mobile data solution; VisionFBR, field-based reporting; VisionFORCE, a wireless handheld solution; VisionJAIL, inmate management; VisionINFORM, a Web-based data sharing solution; and VisionLMS, a learning management system.
Additionally, the contract includes VisionAIR’s solution for accessing Northpointe Jail Inmate Classification System. Police Chief Reynolds Nejo said, “The GRIC Law Enforcement Department and all GRIC Public Safety Agencies went through a very long selection process to find the best product and the best fit for our community, and it was VisionAIR.”
Nejo continued, “After extensive research by our communications engineer, Mark Hill, and presentations from numerous contenders, we were sold on the product and the level of support from VisionAIR. We wanted a complete public safety software product that was a total package, and VisionAIR software accomplishes that.”
Mike Lyons, the VisionAIR CEO and president, said, “VisionAIR is pleased to add another tribal law enforcement agency to the VisionAIR family. The Federal GSA Schedule offers a cost savings, so this is a great option for agencies like GRIC. We have been more involved over the past year with Indian Country law enforcement, and we look forward to many more joining us in 2009.”
Published in Public Safety IT, Jan/Feb 2009
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