ProPhoenix has a singular vision:
"Our goal is to shift the paradigm of the public safety industry by creating and delivering leading application software through the use of state of the art technology and techniques. We are achieving this goal by providing competitively priced solutions, employing best practices and lessons learned, and most of all by listening to the needs and ideas of our clients in the evolution of the Phoenix software."
ProPhoenix Corporation is a public safety and security software company, created in 2004, with headquarters in Moorestown (Burlington County), New Jersey.
- ProPhoenix contributes to society by providing innovative solutions that save
lives and provide security for citizens
- ProPhoenix is recognized as a dominant vendor in providing high end enterprise
level critical solutions to public safety agencies
- ProPhoenix considers its clients as the most valuable asset; demonstrates loyalty
and respect on every encounter
Our main focus is to achieve a level of public safety industry leadership by providing solutions with state-of-the-art, cost-effective technologies and develop public safety software utilizing the latest technologies centered on the Microsoft .NET architecture. A core belief of our company is that information sharing is the key to safe and effective law enforcement. A core belief of our company is that information sharing is the key to safe and effective law enforcement. Another key design point for Phoenix was to achieve an integrated single point of entry system throughout all of our products. Keeping officers on the road is important but so is the efficiency of the large support staffs required to run modern public safety agencies. Our innovative interface designs will save hundreds of hours of clerical data entry time.
Phoenix was designed to allow an agency to go virtually ‘paperless’. We allow most common types of file formats to be attached to a case, and create all of our incident reports in .pdf file format. All reports can easily be emailed to requesting agencies or in response to open records requests from others. Warrants, restraining orders, witness statements, criminal complaints, crime scene photos, digital recordings, and video files can all be attached to a case.
We believe strongly that information sharing is the key to officer safety and increased efficiencies, and that the more information shared, the greater the return. The Phoenix Key Global Information System (KGIS) accomplishes this by providing state of the art information sharing capabilities amongst all Phoenix users nationwide.KGIS isbased on the US Department of Justice’s Global Justice Extensible Markup Language (GJXML). It is also the API point to external state, federal, military, private and other databases utilized for information sharing purposes.