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City of Fife (WA) PD Selects Tiburon's Integrated CAD and RMS for Cloud Deployment

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Tiburon, Inc., a leading provider of integrated Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and records management public safety software for on-premises and secure cloud solutions, has announced that the City of Fife, Washington Police Department selected Tiburon to upgrade their current Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and Records Management System (RMS) to the industry’s fastest growing multi-agency, multi-jurisdictional, cloud-enabled platform –Tiburon’s CAD and RMS.

The City of Fife Police Department selected the secure-cloud deployment model because of the technological, proven security, and cost-saving benefits that are leading many public safety and 9-1-1 agencies worldwide to migrate to the cloud. “We are seeing agencies of all types and sizes benefiting from moving CAD and RMS systems to the cloud which also falls in line with many U.S. State CIO technology initiatives,” said Kirke Curtis, Vice President of Marketing, Tiburon Inc. “The Annual 2012 State CIO Survey conducted by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) ranked Cloud Computing as their #2 top policy and technology priority for 2013.”

The Tiburon cloud solution upgrade includes a 4-position CAD system with 67 Mobiles and 120 RMS users and features interfaces to the State of Washington and APCO Advisor and also includes remote upgrades, services and training.

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Fife is a city in Pierce County, Washington and is a suburb of Tacoma. The Fife Police Department’s Emergency Communications Center serves as the primary answering point for all emergency services calls in the cities of Fife, Milton, Buckley, Orting, Eatonville, and Normandy Park – serving a combined population of approximately 37,000 residents. Across these cities, Fife Emergency Communications supports 10 local agencies including law enforcement agencies, fire departments, rescue squads, and an array of other service agencies.

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- Corporate News/ (via Tiburon, 4/5/13)


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