ALPHARETTA, GA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/27/13 -- F3 Technologies (OTC Pink: FTCH) announces its RMS for law enforcement will be launched in the second quarter of this year. Interactive Defense, which is already dealing with several law enforcement municipalities, has seen a huge demand for a mobile, Web-based RMS platform.
Records Management Systems (RMS) are used by law enforcement agencies to create, expand, share and store official police records, such as accident, incident and investigative reports, as well as master indices, property, evidence reports and more. RMS is the life blood and key software solution for law enforcement agencies, but unfortunately not all agencies can afford the huge price tag of purchasing installing and maintaining a traditional computer based system currently offered by the majority of vendors. These legacy systems can range from $100,000 to over $4,000,000 depending on the vendor and functionality of the system. Traditional legacy systems require significant hardware such as racks upon racks of servers, special monitors, scanning equipment, computer technicians and so on. These legacy systems also require the installment of such hardware and software on each and every computer in the agency as well as significant and lengthy training that comes with using a heavy burdensome computer system. Enter Interactive Defense's ID PRO RMS. ID PRO RMS is a Software-as-a-Service (SAAS) that provides all the same functionality and security of the competition for a fraction of the cost. ID PRO utilizes the Cloud which saves money and time yet provides for extra layers of security that agencies demand. By utilizing the Cloud ID PRO is accessible using in-car computers, smart phones and tablets via the mobile version and the suite of ID PRO APPS. Interactive Defense products are currently utilized by several municipalities to give residents immediate notification of missing children, criminal suspects, suspicious activities, Be On The Lookout (BOLO) bulletins and much more.
"Last year several police agencies integrated with certain Interactive Defense System products to communicate more effectively with their respective residents and by all accounts it has been a success but it was immediately clear that these same agencies were seeking a more efficient and affordable RMS. We were shocked to learn some agencies had significant budgets set aside for an RMS system but that they couldn't even get a call back from the major vendors because their budget was too low. Interactive Defense's ID PRO RMS is intuitive, smart and mobile yet robust and affordable for any and all agencies. With so many municipalities feeling the financial pressure to reduce cost and streamline services, while at the same time keeping their citizens safe, the Interactive Defense System seeks to become the preferred choice of municipality officials," said Frank Connor, CEO of F3 Technologies, Inc.
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ABOUT INTERACTIVE DEFENSE, LLC - Headquartered in Alpharetta, GA, Interactive Defense, LLC was established to develop innovative communication solutions to assist the Public Safety Community. Interactive Defense, LLC seeks to become the premier provider of integrated communication and mass notification solutions for government organizations throughout the United States. More information can be found at www.interactivedefense.com.
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