We switched to Aladtec because the functionality of the software we used to have just wasn't consistent with our expectations. With Aladtec, we're able to do much more than view the staff schedule online. - Sgt. Matt Kennett, River Falls (WI) Police Dept.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (PRWEB) June 19, 2019
Aladtec, the leading provider of online scheduling and workforce management software to law enforcement agencies across America, will be among some 750 exhibitors showcasing products and services during Police Security Expo at the Atlantic City Convention Center.
PSE 2019 is billed as the "longest running, most respected, and best known product-based showcase." Organizers expect 7,000 plus security professionals to attend, drawing heavily from one-quarter of the nation's population base within 300 miles of the venue. Seminar topics range from analog radio converters and in-building wireless communications, to weapon-mounted cameras and duty holsters.
Cloud-based Aladtec software easily handles the complex scheduling and unique rotation requirements common in law enforcement agencies. It enables members to submit availability, request time off, initiate shift trades, and log extra hours - all from a smartphone, tablet or desktop. It allows command staff to monitor and meet minimum staffing requirements, helps control overtime, integrates with payroll, and allows agencies to track certifications and licensing. Aladtec e-forms speed up internal approvals and provide airtight documentation.
Customers report Aladtec improves their department's efficiency, saves time, money, and improves morale through its transparency and ability to provide real-time schedule information to officers and their families. And every Aladtec subscription agreement includes all integration, training, and unlimited support from the company's Wisconsin-based team.
Attendees are encouraged to stop by Booth #1932 and meet with Sr. Account Executive Jason Capatske and Systems Specialist Jeremy Rodewald. They can answer any question from existing customers and demonstrate Aladtec's features to prospects.
Exhibit dates and hours are from 10 am to 5 pm, Tuesday, June 25, and 10 am to 3:30 pm, Wednesday, June 26.
"We switched to Aladtec because the functionality of the software we used to have just wasn't consistent with our expectations. It didn't meet any other goal besides being a simple schedule display," said Sgt. Matt Kennett with the River Falls (WI) Police Dept. "With Aladtec, we're able to do much more than view the staff schedule online. We can now customize and automate our scheduling process. We can also create, submit, review, and store many department forms in the Aladtec system, and we are now able to produce reports that are useful for analytics in our department."
"I'm not always this complimentary with vendors. Sometimes you get the product and then later, you're like 'Remember when we talked about this?' I'm very confident in saying it saves me 10 hours a week," said Dave Borchert, Commander with New Ulm (MN) Police Dept. "You definitely have a good product."
Aladtec representatives will meet with customers at their booth and offer other attendees guided software system demonstrations. Interested police departments can also sign up for a no-cost 14-day customized trial version to experience first-hand how Aladtec will streamline their agency's processes.
Aladtec has 32 within 50 miles of the Expo venue, including Upper Township Rescue, Petersburg; Avalon Rescue Squad, Avalon; Stone Harbor Fire Dept.; Great Bay Regional EMS, Great Bay; Egg Harbor City Police Dept.; Hamilton Twsp. Rescue; and Buena EMS, Buena, NJ. Among New Jersey law enforcement agencies using Aladtec are Pleasantville P.D, Deptford Township P.D., Egg Harbor City PD, Laurel Springs PD, Pequannock Township PD, Woodbridge PD, and St. Joseph's Healthcare Security.
For information about Aladtec, call Capatske at (888) 749-5550 now, or a free trial, visit http://www.aladtec.com.