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End2End Public Safety Solution, CommSys announce coalition
ROHNERT PARK, CA—End2End Public Safety Solution, a premier provider of public safety integrated solutions announced the expansion of its solution for law enforcement through its Value Added Reseller agreement with CommSys, a leading provider of high-quality technology solutions. The result of this agreement brings the capabilities of the CommSys CJIS / NCIC message switches to the ARMS Computer Aided Dispatch system.
“We are constantly looking at ways to add features and flexibility to the ARMS system. This simply adds one final module to ARMS that will allow agencies to replace all other applications with ARMS. From the initial call from 911 to CAD event to the final disposition, we manage the information,” said Michael Bryant, operations manager for End2End. “In CommSys, we feel we have a vendor that shares our goals and values, and that is to bring mainstream technology to public safety at an affordable price.”
For more than 15 years, CommSys Inc. has supplied high-quality technology solutions, including software products and services, to public safety vendors and agencies. It has built an innovative and cost-effective solution and is one of the leading providers of custom integration software in the public safety software industry. CommSys is the number one provider of state / NCIC interface middleware for integrated application access. Furthermore, CommSys has partnered with End2End Public Safety to deliver innovative software and technology integration solutions for ARMS customers.
End2End Public Safety Solutions offers ARMS, which is the complete records management solution for public safety departments. Boasting a fast and user-friendly interface, ARMS seamlessly integrates dispatch, mobile report writing, parking, and more into just one central application. With an Advanced Computer Aided Dispatch System and fully integrated Parking / Handheld program, ARMS continues to stay on the cutting edge of records management. Now, with the alliance with CommSys, ARMS will have NCIC / CJIS and other database search capabilities from within the application enabling dispatch operators to be more efficient in their operations. For more information, call (800) 365-9962. n
Published in Law and Order, Dec 2006
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