Fire and Police Struggle to Find Technology Solutions

Seattle, WA, January 12, 2012 – Public safety agencies the world over depend on software and technology services to save lives. But when it comes time to search for the right solution, agencies struggle to find two key components: relevant information and peer reviews.
“The most important way to find out how a solution works is to ask the software or service provider’s customers – ask your peers and colleagues who are using it now” said Bob Pessemier, Founder of the Public Safety Technology Review

The PSTech Review streamlines the search process and includes:
  • Solution Listings and Information
  • Detailed Ratings & Reviews
  • Advanced Search Options
  • Articles, Interviews, and White Papers
  • Webinars and Guest Speakers
  • Discussion Groups
The PSTech Review is a free resource to help agencies find, evaluate, and compare solutions quickly and easily. No other site on the web is dedicated to solving this problem for the public safety community.
There are over 7,000 software and services companies providing solutions to the public safety market. Searching through that many providers one at a time on the web would be difficult. “Public safety software and technology services providers can also list their solutions on the PSTech Review to make it easier for agencies to find them” said Pessemier.
Initial response from the public safety community has been very positive with comments like “Fantastic”, “I like it”, “Just what we need”, and “Great idea”.
About The Public Safety Technology Review
The Public Safety Technology Review is a free source for the public safety community to streamline the process to find, evaluate, and compare software and services. It is also a place to learn and share experiences and best practices with colleagues around the world. 

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