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Mark43 is recognized as a vendor within the AWS Public Safety and Disaster Response Competency. Many public safety software providers call themselves cloud providers, but Mark43 is the only RMS and CAD platform built on AWS GovCloud, and not migrated from an on-premise solution.

Using a cloud-native solution means you can benefit from:
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Always utilizing the latest and greatest in law enforcement software regardless of when you started using the system.

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Regular patch fixes implemented in hours or days; not weeks, months, or years.

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Feature additions that every agency receives.

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Releases that occur with zero downtime.

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Assurance that you’re always on the supported version of the platform.

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Feature upgrades require a click of a button rather than months-long upgrades.

Mark43 and AWS GovCloud: A Cloud Native Solution for Public Safety

Mark43 builds the world’s most powerful public safety CAD, RMS, analytics, and property and evidence platform. Mark43 is designed to keep your agency at the forefront of each advance in public safety technology. More than a collection of standalone applications, Mark43 is a cloud-native, seamless, and extensible platform that gives your agency a foundation for the future. Mark43’s core applications for dispatch, records, and analytics are connected by platform-wide tools that securely break down information silos and integrate your agency’s array of software and hardware to unlock access to the insights in your data.

Success Story

Mark43 Launches Industry-Leading Computer-Aided Dispatch and Records Management System with the San Marino Police Department

Mark43’s partnership with the San Marino Police Department will aid in management and reporting across the agency, enabling seamless law enforcement response NEW YORK, NY, September 15, 2021 — Mark43, the leading cloud-native public safety software company, today announced that it has launched its innovative Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD) and Records Management System (RMS) for the San Marino Police Department (SMPD) in Los Angeles County, California. With the adoption of Mark43’s industry-leading cloud-native RMS, Mark43 will enable the 30 sworn SMPD officers to seamlessly comply with the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) and the California Incident-Based Reporting System (CIBRS). Mark43’s RMS is proven to help agencies achieve a zero-percent error rate for NIBRS-compliant reporting. Additionally, the RMS will enable fast and accurate data collection, evidence management, improved analysis, and lightning-fast training across the SMPD, permitting agency members to spend less time writing reports and more time on the streets serving their…

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Success Story

Mark43 Launches Cloud-Native Records Management System for Lehigh County’s Allentown Police Department and Bethlehem Police Department

The implementation of Mark43’s award-winning platform will save each agency hours of administrative work, enabling officers to be on the streets serving the Lehigh County community NEW YORK, NY, September 1, 2021—Mark43, the leading cloud-native public safety software provider, today announced the launch of its Records Management System (RMS) for the Allentown Police Department (APD) and the Bethlehem Police Department (BPD), joining 19 other local law enforcement agencies in the state of Pennsylvania. With this upgrade, APD and BPD will provide its emergency workers with tools to support enhanced emergency response. In February 2020, Lehigh County announced that they had signed a $3.6 million contract to implement Mark43’s RMS in order to modernize the records management processes for 21 agencies in the area. The launch of Mark43’s RMS will provide efficient report-writing while streamlining property, evidence, and investigation management, as well as content management for videos, images and audio in…

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