Set it and forget it with web-based scheduled reporting in iVista! Set desired parameters of the GenWatch3 iVista reports and schedule each report to run as often as desired setting it to query your databases during slow times. Reports will run in the background and display results in the ready tab instantly available to you as needed. System owners can provide as many logins to iVista as needed to view reports. Reports can be exported to excel, PDF, email or print. For more information contact Sales: email@example.com.
The Genesis – MCM integration enables Genesis customers to use the the MCM CommShop 360 Asset Management Solution as the single point of entry to provision subscribers all the way through to the switch. This provides users with the ability to provision radios directly from the MCM Application. With it, users can enable/disable voice and data per master ID, assign and change master IDs, edit the alias and much more. The Radio Sync Interface connects GenWatch3® to the MCM application to allow the radio specific information from the radio system to be shared with the MCM database. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
CASA for Kids of East Texas provides valuable volunteer advocacy for abused children in the community. CASA volunteers serve as the "eyes and ears" for the judge in child welfare cases. Last evening, Genesis was honored to provide technical and logistical support for their annual Justice is Served event, which raises funds for CASA to continue the good work they do for children in East Texas.
The latest addition to our GenLabs all-star cast is Colorado native André Padilla. Prior to his career in software testing, André worked at IBM and Coral Systems as a System Engineer and Client Support Technician. In those capacities, he installed and maintained cellphone fraud systems in the Philippines, Chile and Mexico. André has over ten years of experience in software testing working for Lightbridge, Inc., Catalyst Repository Systems, Dish Network, and Trueffect, Inc. When he is not behind a computer monitor, he is an avid golfer as well as a "cruiser" — he and his wife have adventured the high seas in the Caribbean and plan to soon weigh anchor in the Mediterranean. The Padillas have a full house with five daughters and nine grandkids.
The Genesis Ops Bridge Manager of Managers provides a single pane of glass view across a multi-technology, multi-vendor network, eliminating the need to individually monitor multiple systems. All major network components are consolidated into the Ops Bridge MoM including: radios, backhaul network, CEN networks, voice loggers and several other servers and applications.
According to computerworld.com, 18.2 million people worldwide develop software professionally. Less than 1% of those become Scrum Masters. This week, we recognized our developers who have achieved Professional Scrum Master and Professional Scrum Product Owner status through the scrum.org certification program. With their expertise and leadership, our future is brighter than ever.
Congratulations to our Professional Scrum Masters (pictured L-R): Kirby Hearn, Jay Hopping, Shannon Latham, James Wansley, Michael Rainer, Chris Fair, Marcus Carey, Robert Boggs, as well as our Professional Scrum Product Owners: Dale Clarkston and Chad Richey.
GADI® — Genesis-Aided Dispatch Interface — enhances the standard features in the Motorola MCC 7500 Dispatch Console to improve dispatcher efficiency and increase officer safety. The GADI suite provides a valuable toolset to existing dispatch centers or meets functional requirements during the design phase of a new ASTRO® 25 or Dimetra system. GADI client software resides on each console position and communicates with the Centralized GADI Server. A hot standby server is also available for demanding uptime requirements.
Genesis welcomes Kevin Lewis to our GenLabs team as Quality Assurance Developer. Kevin was born and raised in Whitehouse, Texas and grew up wanting to be a professional baseball player. In high school, he played baseball, football, and ran track. To this day, he enjoys a life-long love affair with video games. But, in time, Kevin refocused his time and energy from sports into his studies. He attended Blinn College in College Station, then became a Texas A&M Aggie in Spring of 2015, where shifted his focus once again and graduated in 2017 with a BS in Computer Science.