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Spillman Technologies Announces 1,000th Customer

April 10, 2012  | 

Spillman Technologies recently welcomed its 1,000th public safety software customer, the Taylor County (Wis.) Sheriff's Office.

"We are thrilled to announce our 1,000th Spillman customer," said Lance Clark, Spillman's president and chief executive. "We believe that this achievement speaks to Spillman's dedication to pairing innovative public safety products with the best customer service in the industry."

During its nearly three decades in business, the Utah-based company has grown from three employees to more than 200. Spillman has never been merged or sold and has been named one of the nation's fastest growing private companies for five years running by Inc. magazine.

Founder Richard Spillman created the concept for Spillman Technologies as a college student at Utah State University in 1978. The company released its first public safety software product for the Cache County Sheriff's Office in 1983 and has exclusively served the public safety industry since.

"When Spillman was founded, I never would have dreamed that the company would eventually serve tens of thousands of people across the nation," he said. "I'm proud to say that today, Spillman continues to grow and remains committed to providing customers with public safety software they can rely on backed by a stable company they can trust."

The Taylor County Sheriff's Office purchased Spillman's CAD, records, mobile, personnel, and corrections solutions on Feb. 27. When it goes live in 2013, the agency will be one of more than 70 customers in Wisconsin using Spillman software.

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