Moving from antiquated legacy systems to a new, modern Offender Management System is no small feat--it is years of carefully selecting a partner, preparing for change, and managing the implementation of a new system with all involved. This is the final part in our series Modern Corrections Technology & the Future for Public Safety.
You know by now that a new system will certainly be better than an old legacy system. But did you also know that the significant advances in Corrections technology will also allow you to make better decisions through your updated technology?
How you and your partner can best support your ongoing technological needs.
What are the best ways to engage in change requests with your OMS technology partner from both a technological and institutional perspective?
What happens if a software bug goes unaddressed? Check out Part VI of our series and learn why it's necessary to address software bugs and defects.