Innovative Law Enforcement System Replaces Legacy System with No Impact
Bend, OR, April 10, 2012 – Saltus Technologies™, a leading provider of eCitation systems for law enforcement, announced today at the Oregon Association of Chiefs of Police conference, that the Astoria Police Department completed the replacement of their legacy eCitation system with the deployment of digiTICKET™ last month.
Most Municipalities and State agencies continue to face smaller budgets due to lower tax revenues, so digiTICKET’s proven ability to maximize officer efficiency and recover lost revenue due to clerical errors is a critical force multiplier, especially for smaller agencies and police departments. digiTICKET’s ease-of-use and simplicity of integration to existing workflow and court systems makes it very easy to implement.
“digiTICKET has performed as promised by Saltus Technologies. It’s obvious their developers understand not only the needs of officers on the roadside but the subsequent judicial process,” stated Chief Peter Curzon, Astoria Police Department. “The commitment and responsiveness by Saltus Technologies was exceptional during installation and implementation. We know that digiTICKET will enhance our efforts in addressing the needs and concerns of the community.”
Saltus Technologies has also made it easy for agencies to provide their officers with digiTICKET’s advanced eCitation system with a no commitment, “digiTICKET as a Service™ (DaaS™)”, low monthly fee program. This unique program enables agencies to use the entire digiTICKET solution for zero up-front cost, yet includes all of the hardware, software, training, deployment support, software maintenance, paper, hosting, and integration with existing RMS and Court Systems. Everything required to begin using digiTICKET is typically covered by the issuance of one or two additional citations per unit, per month.
digiTICKET is in use in eleven States. It’s already proven to be a key contributing factor in decreasing traffic accidents by 10 percent while saving law enforcement agencies time and money.