I believe switching to Aladtec saved me 15 to 20 hours per week in time spent scheduling compared to the old method, so I’m gaining as much as two weeks of time every month! -- Sgt. Jeffrey Hammond, Livingston County Sheriff’s Office, Geneseo, NY.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (PRWEB) May 15, 2018
As law enforcement agencies expand their use of technology to enhance services and solve crimes, representatives from Aladtec, Inc., will join an assembly of experts and exhibitors to offer advice and solutions during the International Association of Chiefs of Police Technology Conference, May 21-23.
Aladtec is a SaaS provider of scheduling and workforce management software to more than 200 police departments in cities like Eau Claire, Appleton, Scottsdale, Beloit, Provo, Dade City, and Tiverton.
During the IACP exhibition, Aladtec's director of business development Nate Davis and systems specialist Matt Zinnel will offer system demonstrations and answer questions about software's ability to schedule complex rotations, automate trades, manage overtime, and meet minimum staffing needs. Visit Davis and Zinnel at Booth #301.
With Aladtec, it's easy to store and retrieve contact information, certifications, and training dates. Supervisors can send e-mail or text messages to individuals, groups or all users immediately. Users can create, store and upload files to electronic forms.
The system has an optional time clock kiosk and meshes with a variety of payroll software systems. And officers love the fact it is accessible from any smartphone, tablet or desktop with internet access. A system log tracks all activity on the platform, providing airtight accountability.
This year's IACP theme -- Technology, Transparency, and Transformation -- focuses on how the law enforcement profession is utilizing technology to enhance services and communication and to transform agencies and communities. Aladtec's platform has been doing just that for law enforcement, fire, EMS, and dispatch centers since 2003.
Among conference speakers are Homeland Security Special Agent Matthew Swensen, who is in charge of the Cyber Intrusion Response Program for the Department of Homeland Security; Dr. Sean Malinowski, Chief of Staff to Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck, and manages LAPD’s Predictive Policing program; Chief Jonathan Lewin, who oversees the Bureau of Technical Services and serves as the Chief Information Officer for the Chicago Police Department; and Christina “CK” Kerley, a faculty member at Rutgers Business School for Exec Ed, who helps big firms focus on "10+ tech of the next ten years".
Aladtec has some enthusiastic users in the law enforcement profession.
“Before Aladtec, we used an Excel spreadsheet for scheduling and tracking hours. It would take two to four hours depending on the number of overtime and training slips, plus many hours to create the schedule for each year," said Paul Adams, Deputy Chief of Police, Lincoln (IL) Police Dept.
"We were looking for something that was feature rich, but easy for our officers to use. Since implementing Aladtec, the process pretty much takes care of itself and I spend about 10 minutes on exporting data, so I have much more time to spend on other responsibilities," Adams said.
“With Aladtec, we can see part-time staff’s availability for any given shift which saves us time and effort. This ability allows us to move and change shifts to prevent overtime. Before we couldn’t tell when someone was going to go into overtime hours. I believe switching to Aladtec saves me 15 to 20 hours per week in time spent scheduling compared to the old method, so I’m gaining as much as two weeks of time every month!”, wrote Sgt. Jeffrey Hammond, Livingston County Sheriff’s Office, Geneseo, NY.
Aladtec, Inc., is headquartered in River Falls, Wis. For more information about their affordable program, call 888-749-5550 or visit Aladtec.com to try a free demonstration.