ITI’s Jail Management Software Goes Enterprise

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Information Technologies, Inc. (ITI) announced that distribution of their new Enterprise Edition Jail Management Software (JMS) would begin this month. - JMS is one of the modules in ITIÂ?s Public Safety Software Series. ITIÂ?s Enterprise Edition software is engineered around MicrosoftÂ?s Visual Studio .Net technology, and uses XML data to promote sharing.

ITI’s JMS includes full documentation of all Inmate activities, a medical intake questionnaire along with full documentation of all medical events, medications, dispensing, and an Inmate Overview Page with quick access to pertinent information. Also included are Known Associates with gang affiliations and other links to criminal activity, Visitor Control, including visitor badge printing, and a Full Inmate Bank. Optional interfaces are available for 3rd party Commissary systems. Using our optional NCIC Interface, you can do Wanted checks via NCIC at time of booking and release plus automatic Wanted checks on all visitors.

Based on Microsoft’s .NET Framework, ITI’s Enterprise Edition Public Safety Software Series products now include:

  • ITI’s Enterprise Public Safety Framework
  • Enterprise Records Management
  • Enterprise Mobile Client
  • Enterprise Query Report Writer
  • Enterprise Jail Management

ITI’s Court Administration and Computer Aided Dispatch are next in line to receive their .Net renovation, making ITI’s suite of products one of the most comprehensive .Net product suites available for public safety agencies.

ITI has developed their Enterprise products to operate on non-proprietary servers and workstations using industry standard data formats (e.g. XML and Microsoft SQL Server) and a variety of commercially available wireless communications solutions including mobile phones, and WiFi. ITI’s “open design” allows your agency to customize the software to meet your needs and current capabilities while allowing you to perform expansion as needed.

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