With integration of the successful PELIX Command and Control Center solution LogObject completes the product portfolio with advanced emergency technology.
Effective 1st May 2012 LogObject integrates the PELIX Business unit from Rola Security System to its product portfolio. PELIX fully integrated Police Operations Management is based on 20 years of successful implementation with Swiss police organisations. By integrating LogObjects applied logistics technology PELIX will be further developed into the leading police command and emergency escalation management solution.
Unrivalled PELIX experience in emergency handling will be used to complement LogObject’s commercial solutions. This will allow superior critical situation handling and alarm management with immediate and real time rescheduling of all resources based on emergency dynamics and rules.
Mobile solutions for services will be discussed and presented at KDV (Kundendienst-Verband Deutschland) yearly meeting in Hanau, Germany, May 10, 2012. LogObject’s Michel Studer, Key Account Manager and Christoph Ostendorf, Senior Consultant will lead a round table and hold a keynote on “360 degree end2end Service Management” with discussion at LogObject’s exhibition stand.
NGT Telecom Summit in Dublin, Ireland May 8 to May 10, 2012 is the main pan European telecom event, with senior management delegates from nearly all European countries and all major players in the telecom industry attending. Michael Bausback, Director Business Development and Josef von Flüe, Senior Consultant and Industry Expert will be at the summit to represent mLogistics® end2end resource management solution for the telecom industry.
To broaden its online presence LogObject will revise and update its website continuously to make it an active platform that will enhance customer information and requests for proposal. A beta version of the new site has gone online May 9, continuous improvements to follow. Developed by SHB Individual Marketing & Advertising Stuttgart www.shb.de the new site will aim for a less-is-more appearance differentiating LogObject’s view on applied pragmatism for down-to-earth solutions.