Dallas, TX (January 07, 2007) Orion Communications introduces the AgencyWeb® Workforce Management Solution, a comprehensive software solution for Public Safety agencies that automates outdated paper processes critical to agency performance.
Initially designed for law enforcement, Orion’s PoliceMANAGER public safety solution has shown significant time and dollar saving for law enforcement agencies. Now after years of designing integrated systems between law enforcement and judicial agencies, the PoliceMANAGER solution has been re-branded as AgencyWeb® and is being extended to reach both Fire and EMS agencies.
"Orion has focused on local government solutions since 1998. As a certified Cisco Premier Partner and strategic alliance with companies like AT&T and TriTech Software Systems, the time is right to extend our reach to additional public safety segments. Our goal is simple – provide public safety agencies web-based solutions that save time and reduce cost at a price point that is
easy on agency budgets," says company president Leslie DeLatte.
AgencyWeb® modules can be deployed as needed to coordinate administrative and management tasks – from scheduling to managing administrative requests, assets and more. Each module works together and synchronizes with 3rd party systems … like RMS, 911/CAD, HR, and Court Case systems, so data is entered once and shared where it is needed.
AgencyWeb® currently includes public safety modules for shift scheduling, personnel management, applicant tracking, training, evidence tracking, subpoena management, asset management; impound lot and tow-company management.
About Orion Communications
Orion Communications is a women-owned business enterprise headquartered in Dallas, Texas and has been specializing in Public Safety and Judicial software products for municipal, county, and state government agencies since 1998. Orion’s AgencyWeb® Public Safety Business Management Solution includes applications that help agencies operate better by bridging all aspects of workforce management and sharing data with external systems as a standard practice.