SAN DIEGO, CA (April 27, 2015) – TriTech Software Systems, a leading provider of public safety software, is one of the first public safety software providers to integrate their CAD software with Priority Dispatch’s LowCode software, which will be demonstrated at this year’s Navigator Conference in Las Vegas, April 29 – May 1, 2015. TriTech serves some of the largest and most advanced agencies in North America, many of which triage calls for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) in addition to taking Law and Fire calls. The EMS industry is going through major changes that affect both call takers and responders. TriTech’s integration with Priority Dispatch’s LowCode increases the efficiency of available resources and ensures the most effective response to an emergency.
SAN DIEGO, CA (April 8, 2015) – TriTech Software Systems, a leading provider of public safety software, has selected Joe Raposa as the right leader to lead ongoing operations of its Tiburon division. The Tiburon acquisition was TriTech’s largest to date and Mr. Raposa was selected because he had the right experience and knowledge to lead the operation.
SAN DIEGO, CA (March 5, 2015) TriTech Software Systems and TriZetto Provider Solutions™ have extended their partnership by providing software integration that validates patient insurance eligibility as it is entered. From TriTech’s Respond Billing program, EMS Billers can determine a patient’s eligibility status with the patient’s payors, without leaving the billing program or waiting for the results of a nightly batch feed.
SAN DIEGO, CA (February 11, 2015) – More and more EMS Services are discovering the benefits of logging onto their billing and ePCR programs in the cloud. In 2014 alone, TriTech Software Systems had more than 80 customers make the move to TriTech.com. TriTech has been offering its cloud-based solutions for over a decade now and has more than 300 customers currently using TriTech.com solutions.
Acquisition builds upon TriTech’s strong foundation, further strengthening its value and commitment to the public safety industry