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First Responders - End Users Crisis Incident Management Systems (13- CIMS) comparison (by TractorFax)

National Institute of Justice Special Report on the Crisis Information Management System (CIMS) Feature Comparison Report, Oct. 2002

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This project conducted a feature comparison of 13 CIMS products with the overall finding that each product had adequate features to support the operations of an EMA in managing crisis events; 13 CIMS products utilizing 2002 technology?

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First Responders - End Users Crisis Incident Management Systems (13- CIMS) comparison (by TractorFax)

  1. 1. NIJ Special Report on CIMS comparison  National Institute of Justice Special Report on the Crisis Information Management System (CIMS) Feature Comparison Report, Oct. 2002 Crisis Information Management System (CIMS) vendor/product compared  1. Product: Blue292 Durham, NC  2. Product: CRISIS North Stonington, CT  3. Product: EM2000 Lake Ozark, MO  4. Product: EOC System Cochiti Lake, NM  5. Product: E-Team Canoga Park, CA  6. Product: Incident Master and InfoBook Rockville, MD  7. Product: LEADERS (LightweightEpidemiological Advanced Detection &  Emergency Response System) Reston, VA  8. Product: OpsCenter Pleasanton, CA  9. Product: RAMSAFE Marietta, GA  10. Product: RESPONSE Birmingham, AL  11. Product: Response InformationManagement System Orangevale, CA  12. Product: SoftRisk St. Simons Island, GA  13. Product: WebEOC Standard, WebEOC Professional Augusta, GA Company Confidential J.D. Hamilton, CEO FY08 – FY13 Work in ProgressSlide 2: All prior to the evolution of today’s Preparedness Phase.You may have never heard of TractorFax; you are familiar with a CIMS product beforeyou, at least one? It’s a common practice where several CIMS are layered in order toaccommodate the others shortfalls; And what public agency can afford that?13 CIMS, latest and greatest, scattered about the Homeland. That in itself is one of ourNation’s greatest vulnerabilities…That is 2002 technology, plus updates; should give you a sense of how far ahead of thecurve TractorFax vision and product is by comparison.TractorFax is “staple for the IM diet”.The fact is, even if your budget would allow you to procure all 13 CIMS products andsomehow layered the sums, the whole would not equal TractorFax capabilities.National Institute of Justice Special Report on the Crisis Information ManagementSystem (CIMS) Feature Comparison Report, Oct. 2002SUMMARYThis project conducted a feature comparison of 13 CIMS products with the overallfinding that each product had adequate features to support the operations of an EMA inmanaging crisis events.The Feature Comparison Matrix is not the “silver bullet” for an agency’s selection of aCIMS product. (TractorFax tool is “bullet proof”…)There is no best product (au-contraire, Until now!)
  2. 2. There is no perfect fit (au-contraire – TractorFax is a perfect fit for FEMA’s 2011-2014Strategic Plan Initiative #1: The whole community approach…)There is only a best product for your agency based on:BudgetsSystem environmentScale of operation.Sophistication of operationDiscipline to implementPolitical considerations

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