Five-Star Friday – January, 2019

Register Now: January Training Webinar

Our January Monthly Training Webinar Sync Call is on Friday January 11th at 11:00 AM Central Time. If your organization uses Motorola radios with GPS then this webinar is for you! We will be kicking off 2019 discussing the GenWatch3 Universal Processing Server (UNS)/Intelligent Middleware (IMW) Enhancement.

Please join us January 11th to learn about the types of GPS oriented data points we monitor, manage, archive and report on, as well as the ways that information is displayed; especially for workers in control rooms and network operations centers.

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Five-Star Friday – December, 2018

Register Now: December Training Webinar

Our December Monthly Training Webinar: Sync Call is on Friday December 14th at 11:00 AM Central Time. In December, we will discuss a powerful, yet underutilized feature in GenWatch3 and GW3-TRBO: the Trigger Module. Wouldn’t it be great to be notified of critical system events the moment they happen? Imagine how that will translate to optimal performance for your radio users. We hope you can join us to learn about Trigger and all the ways it can benefit your organization. As always, we will save time to answer your questions.

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Case Study: Hamilton County, Indiana

Hamilton County, Indiana has an area of approximately 400 square miles with a population of 300,000 that grows to almost 500,000 during various entertainment and sporting events. The county shares the Motorola ASTRO 7.16 trunked system with the City of Indianapolis (Marion County) and Madison County. Upon implementing GenWatch3 software, being able to troubleshoot system events was impressive. For example, Hamilton County had been experiencing difficulties with their fire station alerting. An exorbitant amount of time was spent reviewing thousands of lines of log files to determine if a call alert had been properly sent and received. With the GenWatch3 reporting suite, this data was available in minutes; saving personnel many hours of lost productivity.
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Genesis Welcomes Jamal Ghulam

Our Customer Support Technicians are truly the real deal. Our latest addition to the team, Jamal Ghulam is — how do you say it — oh yes, crazy smart. Jamal earned an International Advanced Diploma in Computer Science from NCC Education, UK. He also holds a Bachelors in Business Information from The University of Greenwich, and a Masters in Information Technology Security from The University of Westminster in the UK. Prior to joining Genesis, he was self-employed as an IT support consultant. In his off-time, he enjoys World of Warcraft (for the Horde), real-time strategy games, long walks, good food, history and astronomy. On top of all that, Jamal is one of the friendliest people you will ever meet in a number of languages: he is fluent in English, Arabic and Urdu/Hindi.


Five-Star Friday – November, 2018

Register Now: November Training Webinar

Our November Monthly Training Webinar Sync Call is on Friday November 9th at 11:00 AM Central Time. We will be discussing the value of tying customer analysis needs to a specific report. Our experts will be focusing on some of the most used and asked about reports and how they could be of benefit to you. As always, we will save some time to answer your questions. We hope you can join us!

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Five-Star Friday – October, 2018

What’s New: Genesis Monthly Training Webinar Series

Launching on Friday October 12th, we will be starting a monthly Genesis Training Webinar Series featuring tips and tricks from our Genesis Experts! The October webinar will highlight What’s NEW in GenWatch3 v2.15. This webinar series will be held on the 2nd Friday of each month at 11:00am CT.

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Genesis Gives Back: Whitehouse FFA

Whitehouse FFA is the 2018 3-Star National Chapter Award Winner, which places them in the top 1.4% in the United States. They will receive special recognition in October at this year’s FFA National Convention in Indianapolis. Phil Burks and Jim Nipp (lower left and right) presented Whitehouse FFA with a donation on behalf of the Genesis Group. Investing in student endeavors is a big part of how Genesis gives back to our community. We are proud to support these future leaders.

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Genesis Welcomes Daron Walls

Daron Walls is a welcome addition to the Genesis development team. Daron’s journey to Genesis began out West, where he grew up in Pasadena, California (the other City of Roses with a Rose Parade). He moved to Gladewater, Texas, where he graduated high school, then continued his education at U.T. Tyler, where he earned a Master’s Degree in Computer Science. Since then, Daron has taught programming for engineers as adjunct instructor at U.T. Tyler. He enjoys growing vegetables in his garden, and much of his time is spent with his family, including nine (yes, nine) children.


Smith County Approves New Dispatch Software

Smith County, Texas — The Smith County Commissioners Court on August 14, approved new dispatch software that could be a “game changer” for emergency responders.

Chad Richey, product manager for Genesis PULSE, said it is a web-based, decision support software for emergency call centers. The program is designed to simplify the dispatch process, meaning faster response times for citizens who need assistance.

“It is a difference maker for 9-1-1 personnel and emergency response,” he said.

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Five-Star Friday – August, 2018

Solution Highlight: OpsBridge Manager of Managers

The Genesis Ops Bridge Manager of Managers combines performance and fault management to ensure system availability and to provide a complete ASTRO® network view. This enables customers to consolidate everything, eliminate the noise, and to drive rapid response.

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