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TriTech Software Systems Demonstrates Latest Dispatch Enhancements for Improving Emergency Response

April 27, 2016

SAN DIEGO, CA (APRIL 25, 2016) – TriTech Software Systems, a leading provider of public safety software, will unveil the latest enhancements in its computer-aided dispatch solutions at the Navigator Conference in Washington DC, April 27-29, 2016. Committed to supporting public safety agencies of all sizes, TriTech will be demonstrating its Inform and Zuercher solutions in Booth #301/400.


In the News: New Ada County Emergency Dispatch Software to Make for Quicker Response Times

March 13, 2016

Idaho dispatch center goes live with Inform CAD and mobile software. Public Safety officials say that the new system allows deputies and officers to work together more efficiently and effectively, to better serve their community.


TriTech Software Systems Acquires The Omega Group from Trimble

February 29, 2016

Acquisition adds leading crime analysis software to TriTech’s portfolio to provide public safety agencies of all sizes with an integrated tool that will help achieve compelling crime-reduction strategies.


Zuercher Technologies Acquires Law Enforcement Technology Group (LETG)

November 20, 2015

Zuercher Technologies, a TriTech company, is honored to welcome the LETG customers and employees into the Zuercher family. With comprehensive, technically advanced solutions and fanatical customer support, Zuercher’s vision is to make a significant positive impact on the public safety software industry at a national level. With the addition of LETG customers, employees, and products, Zuercher furthers its goal of expanding its market share and adding new capabilities to an already-rich platform.


TriTech’s Solutions Enhance User Experience and Mobility with its Public Safety Web Applications

October 24, 2015

SAN DIEGO, CA (October 24, 2015) – Mobility has long been of paramount importance to law enforcement whether they are conducting investigations in the field or on patrol. While initial capabilities were limited as officers were tied to in vehicle mobile data terminals for basic communication, today’s advancements in broadband personal devices can greatly improve an officers’ productivity and situational awareness in the field.