Established 1988 in Missoula, Montana
LogiSYS started in 1988 with one goal: to design, develop, and implement revolutionary Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) software. Since then, our suite of products has only grown.
We're Experts in Our Industry
LogiSYS has grown into a well-respected software company that is committed to providing highly-configurable software used by dispatch centers, law enforcement agencies, and other public safety enterprises. With clients large and small, federal and state, we continue to provide exemplary, reliable, and fully-configurable Computer Aided Dispatch.
We credit our success to multiple factors: our robust and powerful software, our attitude and approach toward quality work, and the relationships we build with our clients. When you sign on with LogiSYS, you become part of our family.
Our CAD and RMS Engineering Department contains many dedicated programming engineers, some of which have been with LogiSYS for over 10 years. They ensure that our CAD and RMS software is reliable, state-of-the-art, and relevant within a rapidly evolving industry.
Our Testing Department is responsible for executing testing plans, reporting bugs, suggesting enhancements, and ensuring that our CAD and RMS software is quality, bug-free software.
Our GIS Department ensures that your geographic information data is accurate, reliable and up to date. They manage and validate your current geodata and initiate transfers between geodatabase types.
Our expert Implementation Department installs and configures site-specific data files and resources.
Our Support Department is committed to serving your site with the highest-quality customer service. They are with you from the very beginning (and even in the wee hours of the morning). Knowledgeable, friendly, and good at what they do, our Support Specialists are unmatched.
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