Tiburon Reports Strong First Quarter Performance and Positive Outlook Heading Into Second Quarter
SAN RAMON, CA, Apr 23, 2013 (Marketwired via COMTEX) --
Tiburon, Inc., the public safety and security industries' leading
provider of integrated computer-aided dispatch (CAD) and records
management system (RMS) solutions for secure cloud or on-premises
deployments, today announced strong first quarter performance and a
positive outlook leading into the second quarter of 2013.
During the first quarter, Tiburon reported major client awards for
replacement, upgrades/migrations and significant add-on software
sales as leading factors to its strong performance. Major client
awards include City of Addison, Texas, City of Fife, Washington, St.
Clair County, Illinois, Wood County 9-1-1, West Virginia, and a UNIX
to Windows(R) platform migration for the City of Reno, Nevada.
The City of Addison, Texas, City of Fife, Washington, and St. Clair
County, Illinois selected Tiburon to upgrade their current
Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD) and Records Management System (RMS) to
the industry's fastest growing multi-agency, multi-jurisdictional,
cloud-enabled platform -- Tiburon's CAD and RMS. These agencies are
choosing the secure-cloud deployment model because of the security,
availability, and cost-saving benefits that are leading many public
safety and 9-1-1 agencies worldwide to migrate to the cloud.
The City of Addison, Texas upgrade includes a secure-cloud deployment
of Tiburon CAD, Mobile and RMS systems with 7 CAD licenses, 26 mobile
licenses, WebCAD and 75 RMS positions to help the city's police and
fire-rescue departments enhance their community protective services
and to curb IT costs.
The Fife, Washington Police Department upgrade includes a 4-position
CAD system with 67 Mobiles and 120 RMS users and features interfaces
to the State of Washington and APCO Advisor and also includes remote
upgrades, services and training. The Fife Police Department's
Emergency Communications Center serves as the primary answering point
for all emergency services calls in five neighboring cities and
supports 10 local agencies including law enforcement agencies, fire
departments, rescue squads, and an array of other service agencies.
St. Clair County, Illinois elected to add Tiburon RMS to their
current secure-cloud Tiburon CAD configuration with both systems to
serve as a single integrated platform in a cloud environment. The
Tiburon RMS purchase will reduce IT costs and includes 200 user
licenses shared evenly between St. Clair County Sheriff/St Clair
County Emergency Telephone System Board (ETSB) and City of Belleville
Police Department. St. Clair County successfully went live on their
Tiburon CAD system on April 2nd. The solution consists of 15 CAD
positions, 10 WebCAD concurrent licenses, 27 Mobiles, State interface
and ProQA EMS interface.
Wood County 9-1-1, West Virginia, selected Tiburon to upgrade their
existing CAD system that includes 15-position licenses for Tiburon
CAD and licenses for WebCAD and CADMonitor -- all deployed in a
traditional on-premises fashion (Tiburon CAD is also available in a
secure-cloud deployment model). The contract also features VM Server
Hardware, Onsite Cutover Support, Onsite User Training and Interfaces
for seamless data sharing and reporting with the State of West
Virginia, APCO Advisor and XML Records Management.
Also in the first quarter, the City of Reno, Police Department
selected Tiburon to migrate their Unix-based CAD/2000 system to
Windows and Tiburon CAD and their aging Mobile Data Systems (MDS) to
the latest version of Windows-based Tiburon Mobile.
Clients Deploying Live Systems in Q1
In public safety, system
go-lives are significant milestones in that many person-hours from
the client and Team Tiburon are committed for operational assessment,
setup, system configuration, quality testing and user training, all
preparing the team and system for its "live" production environment.
Many clients have successfully deployed Tiburon public safety
software systems and celebrated "going live" in Q1. Among them are:
-- St Clair County, Illinois (as noted above)
-- The City of Ontario, California went live with MobileCOM v5.3;
-- The City of Longmont, Colorado went live on an upgrade to v7.9 ARS,
RMS and Jail Booking
-- Marathon County, Wisconsin went live with Tiburon CAD 2.8
"We are grateful that many agencies trust Tiburon, our team and our
reliable public safety software to deliver long-term for them -- this
is paramount to Tiburon's continued success. Exceeding our sales
targets in two consecutive quarters and being on track for meeting
our Q2 goals is a testament to our team's shared commitment to
serving our clients," said Cliff Micham, Tiburon's Senior Vice
President Worldwide Sales and Marketing. "Tiburon's momentum is on
the upswing and we are focused on and committed to delivering
reliable, supported solutions to our clients. We're also going to
continue to lead the market in giving clients and prospective clients
the opportunity to get ahead of the next great platform shift -- the
one that's happening now towards cloud computing."
Established in 1980, Tiburon, Inc. is the public
safety and security industries' leading provider of integrated
computer aided dispatch (CAD), mobile, records management system
(RMS) and analytics solutions for secure cloud and on-premises
deployments. The company also offers fully integrated solutions for
field reporting, corrections management, NIEM-compliant data sharing
and related implementation services for any size or type of agency or
firm. From mission-critical conditions to daily operations, across
complex multi-agency and multi-jurisdictional environments, Tiburon's
partnership and technology helps clients save lives, optimize
resources, and improve property saving and protective services. For
more information, visit www.tiburoninc.com or call (800) 428-5534.
SOURCE: Tiburon, Inc.
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