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Tribridge’s Offender360® Version 2013 Offender Management Solution Ushers in the Future of Corrections Management

Tribridge, a leading U.S. based IT services and business consulting firm, today announced its latest release of Offender360 Version 2013, an integrated offender management solution. Built on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM platform, Offender360 represents a clear breakthrough for correctional institutions by providing a scalable, user-friendly and cost-effective offender management solution that is capable of managing the entire offender lifecycle. Offender360 Version 2013 will be formally launched on Jan. 28 with an exclusive preview during a private reception at the 2013 American Correctional Association (ACA) Winter Conference in Houston.

Designed to increase information sharing, improve accountability and enhance public safety, Tribridge’s Offender360 Version 2013 leverages Microsoft Dynamics CRM, SharePoint and SQL Server to provide correctional and other public safety institutions with a deployment-ready tool for managing and tracking offenders. Some key features of the offender management solution include Reception and Commitment; Classification; Discipline; Housing and Bed Management; Grievances; and Security Threat Group Management.

Tribridge’s Public Sector experts worked directly with correctional facility professionals and Microsoft to develop a system that is customizable to the needs of individual facilities. Tribridge Offender360 is currently in use or being deployed at several agencies across the United States at both state and regional facilities.

“We are extremely proud and excited about the release of Offender360 Version 2013,” said Josh Jaquish, Managing Director of the Public Sector practice at Tribridge. “While we’ve based quite a few of our modules on CTA (Corrections Technology Association) specifications and guidelines, our customers played a significant role in shaping the newest version of our comprehensive offender management solution.”

Offender360 is one of several solutions that Tribridge has developed for the Public Sector. The sensitive nature of public data and requirements for complete transparency in many cases, as well as the demand for improved constituent service levels and fiscal constraints, elevate the need for technology solutions that are dependable, efficient, cost effective and secure. With hundreds of deployments for various state and local government agencies to its credit, Tribridge’s Public Sector team understands how to help its clients select, adapt and implement technology solutions.

A complete preview of Offender360 Version 2013 offender management solution will be available at the ACA Winter Conference at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Jan. 25-30. Visit Microsoft booth #831 in the Expo Center for specific information, or to schedule a private demonstration at ACA or any other time, please contact Linda Athans at [email protected] or 813-287-8887, x1212.

About Tribridge

Founded in 1998, Tribridge is a leading IT services provider dedicated to helping customers leverage cloud and on-premise business solutions to become more productive, profitable, competitive and secure. Specializing in Microsoft Dynamics CRM and ERP, SharePoint and other essential productivity solutions, the firm’s more than 400 professionals capitalize on an award-winning combination of industry expertise, technical proficiency and proven service methodology to create an exceptional customer experience and promote a solid return on IT investments. Tribridge serves over 3,500 companies representing a variety of industries throughout the U.S. www.tribridge.com

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