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Tracking system for impounded vehicles.

Compiled Logic : 09 April, 2008  (New Product)
Vehicles towed and impounded without the owner's consent can be tracked and managed using C:Logic storage management system from Compiled Logic.
C:Logic has announced the general availability of Vehicle Impound Storage Tracking Administration (C:VISTA) 2.1 , extending dispatching, tracking and compliance reporting of non-consent towing.

C:VISTA patent-pending technology delivers a comprehensive, Software as a Service (SaaS) solution that streamlines dispatching and towing operations and enables information collaboration among area Law Enforcement, the Towing and Storage Industry and the general public. C:VISTA 2.1 delivers productivity gains to Law Enforcement Dispatchers by extending incident information documentation, lowering call reporting times and centrally tracking private property impounds and repossessions.

"C:VISTA continues to exceed our expectations in improving the overall effectiveness of our county towing operations," states Bernalillo County Undersheriff Sal Baragiola. "Enabling the electronic management of towing information will help us to become more efficient, provide better service to our citizens and deliver a new weapon in combating area auto theft."

C:VISTA uniquely helps Law Enforcement Agencies "connect the dots" by sharing towing information across the entire towing lifecycle and provides a self-service portal for citizens to locate a towed vehicle, eliminating the need for officer involvement once fines and warrants are checked.

"Today Law Enforcement Agencies are seeking ways to lower officer workload through process automation," states Lawrence Estes, CEO of Compiled Logic. "Enabling the electronic management of traditionally paper-based towing information helps them to improve process efficiencies, refocus resources back to business critical tasks and employ a multi-jurisdictional approach to policing with other local, state and federal agencies."
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