We are excited to announce that James Wansley has been promoted to the PULSE and eBonds Product Owner role at Genesis. James has more than 20 years of experience as a Public Safety Software Developer at Genesis and is a certified Professional Scrum Master. James is an active volunteer in his community — previously serving as the President of the Whitehouse ISD Education Foundation and currently serving as Mayor Pro Tempore on the City of Whitehouse Council.
Tyler, TX, July 27, 2020: Business leaders and education advocacy groups gathered together for a press event at The Genesis Group yesterday regarding the release of a ReadyNation brief, “Building Educational Pathways for a Strong Texas Future,” which highlighted the need for strong career pathways and Youth Apprenticeship Programs for Texas high school students.
ReadyNation is a national advocacy group comprised of 2,700 business leaders throughout the country.
Phil Burks, CEO of The Genesis Group kicked off the event at 3:00 p.m., introducing a number of individuals to speak on behalf of education efforts for East Texas. Read more
Tyler, TX, May 1, 2020: The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the need for alternative means of funding for Public Safety agencies. The Genesis Group today announced the launch of their Grant Assistance Program, offering free grant services for those agencies. Genesis has partnered with Lexipol, a leading provider of policy and training solutions for fire and rescue, corrections, and law enforcement to deliver these services. The Genesis Grant Assistance Program provides support to find and apply for grants with the help of expert coaching throughout the entire process.
“We understand that navigating through the grant application process is challenging and time-consuming and that our customers might not have the resources to dedicate to finding grant money in the current environment,” says Jim Nipp, President of The Genesis Group. “We’re pleased to provide these agencies with the option to lean on Genesis for free grant assistance services during these trying times.”
Tyler, TX, April 15, 2020: Genesis PULSE® announced today its “Potential COVID-19” response feature, a new addition to its CAD enhancement software solution. The ability for PULSE to automatically pull pandemic response information from any CAD without adding extra steps to the dispatch workflow ensures that displayed information is timely and accurate. This “Potential COVID-19” response feature enables first responder agencies to track possible community spread in their area, making it simple for public safety agencies and government entities to have access to this critical information on one map, in real-time.