June 28, 2007--Boulder, CO-- Patron Systems, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: PTRN), a leading provider of application software and services focused on business process management for the public sector, announced today that it will be providing its information sharing platform with mobile field reporting capabilities to the Yonkers Police Department. Yonkers awarded its $3.9 million Justice Information System project to a team that includes ATS Corporation, Patron Systems and Denali Solutions. The project will enhance information sharing within and among public agencies including the police department, courts, municipal agencies, fire department, departments of public works and city planning.
The Yonkers Justice Information System project encompasses a new records management system; an advanced XML message broker to interface with the legacy infrastructure and from Patron Systems, FormStream mobile field reporting software. FormStream will enable Yonkers to replace paper forms and the manual processing of reports with secure and mobile electronic form creation, processing and management. From within the field, police officers will access incident reports, efficiently complete reports then process reports within a mobile environment. As a result, the 758-member police department will be able to spend less time on administrative paperwork and more time in the field fighting crime.
Yonkers is the third major city in New York to deploy FormStream. The Syracuse Police Department deployed mobile field reporting in 2004, followed by affiliated agencies including the Onondaga sheriff's department, Syracuse courts system, District Attorney's office, campus police departments and two surrounding counties. This spring, the Rochester Police Department implemented the software solution to increase accuracy and speed the availability of data. All together, these agencies serve approximately 872,000 state residents.
The New York agencies said they chose Patron Systems' solution because if offers: easy Web-based access, document security, integration with legacy records management systems, customized form creation, improved data accuracy, enhanced inter-agency data sharing and flexibility for future growth.
"We are pleased to collaborate with partners and expand to Yonkers the services we already provide to other New York agencies," said Patron Systems CEO Braden Waverley. "In an era characterized by detailed documentation and time-consuming reporting requirements, police officers need an efficient, reliable way to manage and share information. FormStream provides the solution."
About Patron Systems
Patron Systems, Inc. provides application software and services focused on process management in the public sector. Patron's current application software offering, FormStream, is an open standards information sharing tool that addresses the need for law enforcement and public safety agencies to share information between local, state and federal law enforcement and homeland security agencies. FormStream is a mobile electronic forms (e-forms) application, which provides a secure, highly scalable, open standard, network independent method for the distribution and synchronization of e-forms to mobile devices. The implementation of FormStream allows its user agencies to update and modernize their business processes to utilize the sophisticated form and user based rules and process routing capabilities of FormStream. FormStream addresses mobile e-form creation, capture and sharing over wireless networks and manages data in industry standard formats (forms: .pdf, XDP and XML; law enforcement: Global Justice XML data model (GJXDM) and National Information Exchange Model (NIEM)). Further information is available at http://www.patronsystems.com.
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