Axon Enterprise Inc (NASDAQ:AAXN) showcased its new and innovative record management system (RMS) which is called Axon records during the second annual Axon Accelerate User Conference.
Axon deals with technology aimed at connected law enforcement and it designed Axon Records to help reduce the time that officers spend doing paperwork so that they can continue with law enforcement. The new RMS is also designed to help police agencies in preventing, solving and prosecuting crime. The company also announced that Axon Records will be available for purchase in 2018.
Axon determined to help make police agencies more effective
Axon revealed last year that it had plans to introduce a service that would reduce paperwork for the police by 80% over the next ten years. The firm made the announcement during an IACP Conference that was held in San Diego in 2016. At the time, Axon announced plans to commence the development of a solution that is integrated into the computer aided dispatch system (CAD) of an organization. The company also stated that the new system would also be integrated with Axon’s cloud-based digital evidence management system.
“We’ve been hard at work developing this technology with a select few agencies, so taking the opportunity to share it with more than 500 Axon Accelerate attendees and thought leaders is a tremendous thrill,” stated RMS director Sayce Falk.
It has been one year since the company announced its plans to create such a system and the recent showcase proves that it has Axon is well on its way towards its goal of offering a revolutionary RMS solution. The company has so far teamed up with numerous users in different major cities, highway patrols, state police and large county sheriffs towards ensuring that the product is designed to fulfill end-user needs.
The firm has so far made tremendous strides towards the development of the RMS solution. Falk also reiterated that Axon’s vision with RMS is to deliver an integrated multimedia platform that gives insights on the right information and helps officers save time.
Axon stock closed the latest trading session on Tuesday at $25.77 after gaining by 1.42%.