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New World Systems' Aegis Named Best New Public Safety Product

October 30, 2012  | 

New World Systems' Aegis Decision Support and Dashboards has been named a "2012 Hot Product" by the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International and Public Safety Communications (PSC) magazine.

The annual Hot Product award is selected by a panel of public safety communications professionals each year at the APCO International Conference. It recognizes the best and most innovative new public safety products that improve safety and efficiency for both telecommunicators and first responders. New World's Aegis Decision Support and Dashboards was chosen for its unique ability to quickly provide actionable intelligence to public safety agencies, according to the company.

Aegis Decision Support and Dashboards offer at-a-glance information through role-based dashboards for command staff and supervisors. It provides a way to quickly and easily analyze and trend information through charts, graphs, and key performance indicators that help public safety decision makers plan proactive crime reduction initiatives and improve emergency response.

Decision Support and Dashboards is used by more than 1,000 agencies nationwide to improve safety, communication and access to information. Aegis Decision Support and Dashboards solution will be featured in the November issue of Public Safety Communications magazine.

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JC @ 11/8/2012 11:04 AM

Aegis New World Public Safety Software is a nightmare. Our agency went to New World last year and we have had nothing but problems including corrupted reports leading to discovery violations. It has easily doubled the amount of time it takes to complete even a simple report due to the rediculous redundancy. In addition, the system which was demonstrated and sold to us, simply doesn't exist. Simple features which were requested, such as running a person or vehicle and the response can be cut and pasted into the report, does not work, has never worked and we were told it doesn't actually work, but they are working on it. The entire system is useless in a patrol car, with often ten minutes or longer lag time with frequent system crashes. We could write a series of books on why New World is a failure for law enforcement applications.

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