Making good software purchases requires more than technical knowledge—persuasion skills and a deep knowledge of your agency’s inner workings are critical, too. Whether tasked with explaining an existing purchase or asking for permission to cut the check, here are tips you need to ensure your purchase looks like the good idea you know it is.
Cooperation. Preparedness. Information sharing. These qualities and capabilities are what keeps governments at the federal, state, and local levels ready to confront the looming threat of terrorism — and changes made in the wake of the 9/11 attacks only prove their value.
For first response organization, a training management system (TMS) encompasses a lot more than training. Choosing an upgrade means choosing a system that can add efficiency, flexibility, and utility to multiple arms of the organization—especially when that platform is as powerful and versatile as the Acadis® Readiness Suite, Envisage’s flagship system. Read on for just ten of many reasons Acadis is the TMS for your agency’s future.
If you have managed training, you know doing a good job goes well beyond the classroom. Recordkeeping matters, as do administrative functions like inventory, training staff logistics, and enrollment. While you may currently rely on a number of digital and manual systems to ensure your personnel receive the best possible education—and though reliance on “legacy” systems may make you reluctant to pursue an upgrade to your current processes—Acadis represents a better approach: a single platform that considers every aspect of training and groups it into an efficient, streamlined, and modular grouping of tools to help your training program thrive.
For some first responders, readiness means that everyone has completed all applicable training and certifications. For others, readiness is a team that is fully equipped with the tools and resources needed to fulfill their duties. From initial response to large scale incident management, the estimable readiness of personnel and equipment is always at the forefront of the commander’s mind.
The aging prisoner demographic is at an all-time high, creating unique challenges to prison budgets. While laws mandate at least a cursory level of care, correctional facilities must take advantage of shifts in public policy and emerging technology to control costs.
In this webinar, William Wall and Bob Bass of Tennessee Corrections Institute discuss the County Corrections Partnership, in which TCI applies education-based approaches to solving correctional problems within local government.
By refusing to work together, emergency agencies waste crucial time and information. Technology supports policy and infrastructure to foster interdepartmental collaboration.
Building a new training center or taking a leadership role in an existing training center can be exciting, but also comes with significant challenges. Key among these are decreasing budgets and increasing operating costs. In this webinar you will find out creative ways to lower costs and increase funding to keep your center running smoothly for a long time to secure your legacy.
In the face of exploding data, firefighters can benefit from the efficiencies of cloud computing to better respond to emergency calls.