Sometimes, things need to get complicated before they can be simplified.
We know it’s this complex-to-simple approach for those in the law enforcement and greater public safety arena, too. You want simplicity, effectiveness and the most structured systems to document the information you need so you can do what you do best: provide excellence in law enforcement and public safety.
We also know the load can get heavy. In law enforcement, for example, lugging your notepad, paper, pens, pencils, measuring tape, crime scene kits and criminal information books and manuals, just to get started.
So we ask – what is it you want? What it is you need?
And we take our complex-to-simple approach to generate the most effective features to help you lighten the load.
Those age-old processes that once worked have evolved with technology that offers simplicity, security and a lightness that exists even with the amount of items you need to carry, not to mention documentation systems that save time and energy and increase systemic efficacy.
Now it can all be done in a hand-held device. Here’s how we do it:
A client-driven roadmap.
When we’re looking to add a new feature to our software, we first go to the people who matter most: our agents, officers and field personnel. What do they need from the software to make it the most effective system for them?
We gather as much intelligence from the government agencies and organizations before putting a new feature to market. It’s like building a house from the ground up. We put it all on the table and ask, what are the requested features? Then we begin to map a blueprint—in this case, for software features that support you with simplified, secure systems that improve safety, consistency, accuracy and productivity.
A security-centric focus.
Once we have defined the blueprint, we can then say, how does this become technically achievable in the most secure, systematic, effective and efficient way? This is how the features officers, agents and field personnel request come to market.
We’ve got the best engineers working with the complexity of requests and we ensure only the most streamlined software elements make it to market. They’ve been vetted and recommended by those in the field: your peers, and they’ve been architected in accordance with the strictest security policies.
A simplified UI/UX (User Interface-User Experience).
Since we’re not building anything your peers have not suggested, what that means is we are architecting purposeful, simplified systems—highly configurable software that can be leveraged worldwide.
When we allow for the complex, we can create the simple: easy to use, effective software that has the features you want, the ones your peers have requested. It’s this organization-focused, complex-to-simple approach that drives the evolution of SceneDoc’s software platform and features.