Smart Horizons Confirms LogiSYS as a Certified Interface Partner

LogiSYS' NorthStar CAD achieves Gold Certification.

PENSACOLA, Fla., March 30, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Smart Horizons is pleased to announce that LogiSYS, a public safety software partner, has received a Gold Certification for their NorthStar CAD.  Based in Missoula, Montana, LogiSYS is a long time developer of software solutions for Law Enforcement, Fire and EMS services.

"We are very excited that the public safety community is having such a positive response to our certification program", says Nikia Anderson, Smart Horizons Public Safety Software Director.  Mrs. Anderson further states, "The fact that LogiSYS immediately sought our highest software interface certification proves their commitment to our mutual customers.

"With the newest initiatives in public safety requiring dedication to NG911 and its ancillary concepts, it is refreshing to work with Smart Horizons to address our customers' needs in a very focused and efficient manner. We look forward to working with them on future projects." said Charlie Stortz, Vice President of LogiSYS.

The 9-1-1 Adviser Interface Certification program offers bronze, silver, and gold levels of certification, with gold delivering the highest level of interoperability. To be awarded a certification, each CAD product must go through a rigorous verification process to affirm that requirements of the chosen certification level are met. "PSAPs can be assured that 9-1-1 Adviser will function reliably with CAD software having a Gold Certified interface," states Clifton Smith, Senior Engineer for Smart Horizons Public Safety Software.

For more information about the 9-1-1 Adviser Interface Certification Program, contact Nikia Anderson at

About LogiSYS

Logistic Systems, Inc. (LogiSYS) is a leader in the public safety industry.  Founded and based in Missoula, Montana in 1988 to provide a host of Graphical Information System (GIS) tools to Law Enforcement, Fire and Emergency Management Service providers.  LogiSYS is a pioneer in the use of mapping and a Graphical User Interface (GUI) in a Computer Aided Dispatch System and Records Management Systems.  LogiSYS is categorized as a tier-one systems provider that has demonstrated the ability to provide products to enhance the efficiency of local and state government agencies.  Logistic Systems, Inc. and it's sister company Education Logistics, Inc. have successfully implemented more than 1,600 systems in the fields of public safety, transportation management, and boundary planning.

The successes LogiSYS' enjoys are due primarily to its innovative and powerful system designs and extensive client support.  Our policy is to provide as much support as is needed for a successful system implementation.  LogiSYS enjoys one of the highest client satisfaction ratings in the industry.

LogiSYS is a member of the National Emergency Number Association (NENA), the Association of Public Safety Communication Officers (APCO), the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), and the Integrated Justice Information System Institute (IJIS).  LogiSYS' staff are also members in a variety of professional associations, including IEEE, ACSM, APA, and URISA.  LogiSYS is also an ESRI Authorized and Priority Dispatch Platinum Certified Business Partner.

About Smart Horizons

Smart Horizons is an online training, education, and public safety software solutions provider based in Pensacola, Florida. Smart Horizons is changing the way organizations train their employees by enhancing and expanding the ways individual learners achieve their educational and career goals, and simplifying procedures for public safety personnel to efficiently dispatch emergency calls. Smart Horizons innovative programs are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. For more information, visit their web site at

Media Contact: Joshua Dobbs, Smart Horizons, 850-475-4029,

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