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PDSI Announces New TeleStaff Clients

July 08, 2009  | 

PDSI (Principal Decision Systems International), a leader in public safety employee scheduling and communication solutions, has announced the following second quarter 2009 new TeleStaff clients:

Baltimore County Central Communications (MD)

Benicia Fire Department (CA)

Bernalillo County Animal Care Service (NM)

Bernalillo County Metropolitan Detention Center (NM)

Birmingham Fire and Rescue Service (AL)

Buckeye Police Department (AZ)

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (TX)

Daytona Beach Fire Department (FL)

District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Medical Services (DC)

Metro Communications (SD)

Montgomery County Police Department – ECC and Security Divisions (MD)

Montgomery County Police Department – Patrol Division (MD)

North East King County Regional Public Safety Communications Agency – NORCOM (WA)

North Pole Fire Department (AK)

North Richland Hills Police Department (TX)

Orange County Fire Rescue (FL)

Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office – Communications Center (FL)

Pattonville Fire Department (MO)

Puyallup Communications (WA)

Salt Lake City Fire Department (UT)

San Rafael Police Department (CA)

Sedgwick County EMS (KS)

Southgate Police Department (MI)

Springfield Fire Department (MA)

Village of Algonquin Police Department (IL)

West Chester Public Safety – Fire and Police Departments (OH)

TeleStaff is an advanced public safety scheduling and communication solution. The system is proven to significantly reduce the time, resources, and overall cost associated with scheduling and communicating to employees. TeleStaff's telephony feature supports outbound and inbound phone calls for emergency recall and daily staffing. With TeleStaff, public safety scheduling processes can be automated, resulting in improved workforce efficiency, controlled labor costs, and compliance with collective bargaining agreements, labor laws, and other regulatory policies. TeleStaff serves more than 500 public safety organizations across North America.

About PDSI

PDSI (Principal Decision Systems International) is a software and services company headquartered in Irvine, Calif., that is focused on developing workforce scheduling software for a diverse array of industries including public safety, government, healthcare, and hospitality. The Company designs, develops, markets, implements, and supports scheduling software products that automate daily processes such as scheduling employees for shifts, events, or appointments resulting in value-added solutions and offering increased productivity among human resources. TeleStaff provides public safety agencies a feature-rich scheduling and communication solution. Collection Management System (CMS) is a group of applications specifically designed for blood collection organizations. STAFFeasy is a web-based event staffing and notification solution designed to fill positions based on rules and notify personnel of work assignments.

For more information about PDSI, visit www.pdsi-software.com.

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