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PowerDMS to Host Inaugural User Conference, ENTRUST 2019

Former Navy Seal Rich Diviney and ethics expert Chuck Gallagher will keynote PowerDMS' conference aimed at helping law enforcement build trust with their communities.

PowerDMS has announced its inaugural user conference, Entrust 2019, which will be held at the Doubletree by Hilton Orlando Feb. 6–8, 2019. The conference will bring together industry thought leaders, law enforcement professionals, and PowerDMS experts to explore best practices in policy and training management to reduce risk and liability, and ultimately save lives.

PowerDMS says Entrust 2019 is the first of its kind—no other conference combines this lineup of industry experts with training on how to use PowerDMS to solve some of law enforcement's most persistent challenges. The two-day event will host chiefs, accreditation managers, and training captains, to name a few, and provide an opportunity for them to learn from each other and discuss how they use the PowerDMS cloud-based software to improve their agency's policy and training practices. Additionally, PowerDMS will honor its customers' many innovative accomplishments with its first-ever Entrust Awards program to take place during the conference.

Rich Diviney, former Navy Seal officer and inspirational speaker, and Chuck Gallagher, a renowned business ethics expert and author, will keynote the conference. Industry leaders including national expert on public safety operations Attorney Eric Daigle of Daigle Law Group, and police chief emeritus from the University of Central Florida and past president of the International Association of Chiefs of Police Richard Beary will also speak at Entrust 2019.

New breakout sessions and workshops are being added regularly. Topics include:

  • It's possible: How to conduct more training with less budget
  • Partnering with IT: Integrations and PowerDMS
  • Creating actionable reports for visibility and transparency
  • Start with why: How to inspire your employees to take action
  • When time matters: Using automation to quickly assign content
  • Demystifying document security: A deep dive
  • Increasing policy review efficiency with workflows
  • PowerDMS training tool for beginners
  • Making advanced workflows work for you

"PowerDMS has an incredible customer base with a hunger for knowledge and a desire to help their officers and their communities succeed," said David DiGiacomo, CEO of PowerDMS. "We are excited to bring our customers together, for the first time, to learn ways to optimize PowerDMS for operational excellence and to protect their officers, agency's reputation, and the citizens they serve."

The event is open to all of PowerDMS's more than 3,200 customer organizations, and anyone interested in learning more about the power of this software. To register for Entrust 2019, visit

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