Washington State Patrol Deploys State-of-the-Art Datamaxx Message Switch to Share Criminal Justice Information

As 2014 begins to come to a close, we at Datamaxx are pleased to tell you about one of our proudest accomplishments from this exciting year. Washington State Patrol (WSP), the Control Terminal Agency for the State of Washington, recently completed the replacement of its message switch, A Central Computerized Enforcement Service System (ACCESS), along with a statewide deployment of Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) workstations and an archive system.  WSP chose the Datamaxx Omnixx Enterprise Platform with Omnixx Message Broker to replace its outdated, proprietary Level II switch.

The goal of the new ACCESS system was to provide flexible, reliable, and accurate message switching and information access within and among law enforcement and criminal justice agencies in Washington State and across the United States. And, we are excited to report the new message switch from Datamaxx is averaging 1.25 million transactions per day and nearly 40 million per month. In addition, the new ACCESS system interfaces with an impressive six data sources, including NCIC (National Crime Information Center) and Nlets (the International Justice and Public Safety Network), and has maintained a 98% uptime. While supporting six years of online data plus the current year, the system services 123 regional and 1,607 non-regional agencies.

WSP Message Switch Statistics

The new Omnixx Message Broker system is processing one of the highest CJIS message volumes in the country.

This project was an extraordinary undertaking and we are very proud of the results, which were due to the hard work of and partnerships between Datamaxx team members and WSP leaders. With such a high number of users, regionals, and message transactions, deploying this type of solution presented a number of challenges. In spite of these obstacles, the Omnixx Enterprise Platform deployment was a seamless migration for the nearly 25,000 users who access the system both directly and via their own agency’s systems, such as a Computer Aided Dispatch.

For more information on Omnixx Message Broker, Omnixx Enterprise, and any other of our state-of-the-art CJIS information sharing technologies, please visit www.datamaxx.com.

Washington State Patrol Chief's Coin

As a token of its appreciation for the efforts of Datamaxx in implementing the WSP new message switch, Chief John R. Batiste presented Datamaxx with a Washington State Patrol “Chief’s Coin.”

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Datamaxx Recognized as a “Top Women-Led Business” for Seventh Consecutive Year

The Datamaxx Group (Datamaxx) recently was named one of Florida’s 2013 Top Women-Led Businesses by The Commonwealth Institute (TCI), a distinction it has earned for seven consecutive years. The rankings are based on an annual survey conducted by TCI and Moore Research of more than 200 women business leaders in Florida. Datamaxx ranked 21st and was one of only two Tallahassee-based companies included on the list. The survey results were announced at a luncheon on Tuesday, March 19, 2013.

The Commonwealth Institute in South Florida is a non-profit organization that helps women entrepreneurs, CEOs and corporate executives build successful businesses through peer mentoring programs. In addition to looking at the characteristics of women leaders and their businesses and determining the Top 50 Businesses, the survey found that more women-led organizations (53%) are more optimistic about current economic conditions in Florida, with many expecting continued improvement through 2013.

Datamaxx, which opened in 1991, is led by CEO, President and Co-Founder Kay Stephenson. Headquartered in Tallahassee, Fla., Datamaxx is the premier provider of advanced communications, data access, information sharing, enterprise intelligence, and access control solutions to the law enforcement, criminal justice, public safety, and security industries.

About Datamaxx

Datamaxx is a privately held, Florida certified and woman-owned enterprise serving over 70 percent of the law enforcement communications market with more than 750,000 end users in North America, Canada, Guam and Puerto Rico. Datamaxx customers consist of private security companies as well as local, state and federal agencies including the Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Bureau of Investigation, City of Miami Police Department, New York City Police Department, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, U.S. Coast Guard, U. S. Department of State and U. S. Office of Personnel Management.

To learn more about Datamaxx Group, Inc., email Marketing@Datamaxx.com or visit www.datamaxx.com.

To learn more about The Commonwealth Institute, visit www.commonwealthinstitute.org.