DALLAS, Feb. 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Orion Communications, a provider of Public Safety workforce management software, announced today that the City of Seattle has selected Orion's AgencyWeb® solution to provide the City's Fire and Police Departments with scheduling automation software that will ensure optimal coverage of shifts while driving efficiencies and increased transparency in staff management. Orion's AgencyWeb® solution will be used to streamline business practices related to staffing and deployment of resources, including interfaces with the City's HR, payroll, and operational systems.
"We are delighted that our AgencyWeb® solution has been selected to drive staffing efficiencies throughout the City of Seattle's Fire and Police Departments," states Orion's President, Leslie DeLatte. "By using their own unique business rules to automate the system's scheduling intelligence, each agency will realize workforce productivity improvements and ill use data-driven analytics for better resource planning and policy decision making."
The Seattle AgencyWeb® project kicked off in January 2019 with project completion scheduled for Q4, 2019.
About Orion Communications, Inc.As workforce management and data interface experts, Orion Communications is a leading provider of public safety workforce management software. Orion's AgencyWeb® solution helps agencies simplify complex workforce management processes and reduce labor cost. Orion has been serving the public safety industry since 1998 and is a certified women-owned business headquartered in Dallas, Texas. For more information, please visit www.orioncom.com; or contact Jackie Belasky at 337-504-2369 or email@example.com.
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