December 14, 2016

Media Contact:
Greg Ryhal

BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA – Envisage Technologies, creators of the Acadis® Readiness Suite—a software solution built to manage the complex training operations for high-stakes training environments—announced today that it has been chosen by private-industry Management & Training Corporation (MTC) to implement the Acadis® Readiness Suite to replace their legacy training management systems for their corrections division. The Acadis Readiness Suite is Envisage’s cloud-based training and compliance solution purpose-built for corrections, public safety, and military professionals. With over 1.1 million first responders and 8,600 departments included in the Envisage client base, Acadis is the preeminent training and compliance software within the corrections and public safety industry.

The MTC corrections division contracts with federal, state governments to manage correctional facilities. The Acadis Readiness Suite will be used by MTC to automate the organization’s training operations, including curriculum development and reporting, for their staff of over 4,500 correctional employees. Acadis will track and support the entire hire-to-retire lifecycle of training events; lowering costs while ensuring the accuracy and legal defensibility of MTC’s training records.

Bernie Warner, MTC’s Senior Vice President of Corrections, said in a statement, “MTC is excited to have chosen Envisage Technologies to provide an electronic training software package
that is expected to enhance the consistency and efficiency of MTC’s employee training activities. Our selection of this robust system further demonstrates a commitment to provide our employees
a first rate training experience that will aid them throughout their career.”

“We look forward to assisting MTC as they modernize their approach to training management,” said Ari Vidali, CEO of Envisage. “Acadis will help streamline MTC’s training operations, improve sharing of information with MTC stakeholders, and drive paperless reporting to oversight agencies, reducing the costs associated with the printing, mailing, and storage of documents.”

Envisage company and Acadis product information can be found at and or by calling (888) 313-8324.


About Management & Training Corporation
Since 1987, MTC has made a social impact by giving thousands of offenders an opportunity to change their lives. MTC’s philosophy in Corrections is rehabilitation through education. MTC
secures nearly 25,000 offenders at 25 correctional facilities in eight states. Additionally, MTC provides rehabilitation services to approximately 30,000 probationers and parolees in the United Kingdom.

About Envisage Technologies, LLC
Envisage is a software company founded in 2001 to automate the complex training operations for first responders, law enforcement, and the military. We create solutions that make our world a
safer place. Our mission is to improve the readiness of our nation’s public safety professionals to ensure they come home alive. The company’s Acadis training and compliance software platform
leads the industry, serving over one million first responders across 8,600 public safety organizations, including both federal and state agencies. Our clients include federal law
enforcement agencies, including the U. S. Department of Homeland Security, and many state law enforcement and public safety organizations. Further information about Envisage may be found at

About the Acadis Readiness Suite
The Acadis Readiness Suite is designed to make certain that our law enforcement, military, and emergency services are trained, equipped and ready to respond. Acadis measures readiness by
automating complex, high-risk training and compliance operations. Acadis increases the accuracy and effectiveness across every level of critical incident response by consolidating
information about personnel and resources. The modular system enables organizations to implement functionality where needed to support the entire compliance lifecycle. Acadis embodies a single, powerful idea: To make certain our first responders come home alive. Learn more at