As cities and states across America are facing tightening budgets we are very pleased to implement mobile technology that is beneficial from the first day of its implementation
Tulsa, Okla. (Vocus) July 25, 2009
Anyware Mobile Solutions of Tulsa, will be providing free demonstrations of digiTICKET, their electronic ticketing solution, this week at OACP's annual training conference for Police Chiefs in Oklahoma City.
Who: Anyware Mobile Solutions Oklahoma Association of Chiefs of Police
What: Demonstration of digiTICKET at the OACP Annual Training Conference & Exhibitor Show
When: Wednesday, July 22nd, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Where: Cox Convention Center, Oklahoma City
Why: To demonstrate the state-of-the-art digiTICKET electronic ticketing solution that can save police departments and cities time, money and lives.
digiTICKET can help cities save money by allowing them to do away with paper tickets and decreasing data entry. digiTICKET works with the cities records systems so the all systems are updated as soon as the ticket is written. In addition, it reduces the amount of ticket which are unusable due to poor handwriting or mistakes on the ticket. In addition, digiTICKET allows officers to get off the street faster, making it a safer for the officer involved in the traffic stop. In 2008, the leading cause of death among U.S. police officers was being struck by a vehicle.
How: Anyware's electronic ticketing solution allows officers to use a rugged, hand-held mobile computer to scan a driver's license barcode which automatically enters the driver's information. The officer can enter multiple violations and capture the driver's signature on the handheld device in a matter of minutes.
"As cities and states across America are facing tightening budgets we are very pleased to implement mobile technology that is beneficial from the first day of its implementation," said Eric Fultz, Vice President of Anyware Mobile Solutions. "A growing number of police departments are adopting electronic ticketing solutions because, on a per-ticket basis, the cost of producing and processing an electronic ticket amounts to a fraction of the cost of a paper ticket."
Sand Springs Police Department has already implemented the digiTICKET system
"We looked at other electronic ticketing solutions and found Anyware’s no-frills approach to this product to be the best fit for our city. We appreciate that the product is straight forward and easy to use. We’re all the more pleased to be working with an Oklahoma-based technology company with a long history in mobile software development," Carter added.
Police Departments in Krebs and Talala have also contracted with Anyware Mobile Solutions to utilize digiTICKET and other police departments are looking at adding the system.
For more information about Anyware Mobile Solutions or digiTICKET, contact Eric Fultz at 918-280-8693, ext. 128 or visit http://www.goanyware.com. For media inquires or to schedule a demo or interview about Anyware Mobile Solutions or digiTICKET, call Diane White at 918-906-6664.
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