Veteran Owned Public Safety Software Firm Receives National Recognition
The Public Safety Software Group, based in the Southern California was named by CIOreview magazine as one of the “20 Most Promising Public Sector Solution Providers for 2017”. The company develops cloud based, SaaS software applications for police and public safety agencies to assist with specialized tasks such as VIMS for managing volunteers and reserve forces; TIMS for managing, tracking and announcing training classes and ODISS for scheduling and managing special events and paid off duty assignments for sworn officers and staff.
According to the company’s founder and veteran owner Art Femister, “We are honored to receive this recognition and appreciate the acknowledgement for our years of work and the robust products we’ve developed in house. Our software products, VIMS, TIMS and ODISS are used by public safety agencies across the nation to help improve efficiencies so our client agencies time can be better spent focusing on their core mission of protecting and saving life and property.”
According to Mr. Femister much of the company’s success is due to their clients. “We are inspired by our public safety clients and the heroic work they do to help protect our communities all across our great nation. We work hard to ensure the software products we deliver will assist them in their missions and in turn they reward us with an average annual industry high renewal rate of 94%. I believe by doing good for our clients, we in turn will do good in the long term.”
About the Public Safety Software Group: Based in the southern California city of Canyon Lake. PSSG develops cloud based, SaaS software solutions for police, fire and other public safety agencies across the nation and Canada. The company is a veteran owned small business founded in 2004 by the firms owner and founder Art Femister. For more information or to contact us we invite you to visit our web site at: www.publicsafetysg.com
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