Elliott Identity News
Secure ID Solutions. Complete ID Systems. Local Support.
IN THIS ISSUE ELLIOTT EXPANDS THEIR SERVICE AND SUPPORT
ISSUE CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS IMMEDIATELY AREA TO INCLUDE SOUTHWESTERN MISSOURI
WITH THE NEW HDPii
Elliott Data Systems has traditionally serviced the eastern half of Missouri and parts of
ELLIOTT OFFERS A NEW MOBILE SOLUTION Southern Illinois. Recently however they have partnered with Addtronics Business Systems
USING CUSTOMIZED ELECTRONIC FORMS
to provide more complete service and support to the southwest region of Missouri. Elliott
SMARTCHECK3 NOW WITH ADVANCED now offers all of their complete ID Solutions and Service to the southwest Missouri area.
“We customize our Identity Solutions to meet the needs of our customers by providing the tools to produce
ELLIOTT ASSISTS IN EARTHQUAKE secure, high quality photo ID cards with all the features and functionality your organization desires. We
PREPAREDNESS EXERCISE offer complete photo identification systems including plastic ID card printers, ID software, capture
solutions, supplies and accessory items. Our trained and certified technical staff provides custom integra-
CONSTRUCTION IS UNDERWAY FOR THE NEW tion, installation as well as tele-, webex and on-site support.”
ADDITION AT THE ELLIOTT CHESTERFIELD
- Matt Buydos, Elliott Data Systems, Inc.
OFFICE IN ST. LOUIS, MO
AND MUCH MORE... Elliott has provided service and support to over 500
organizations including schools, banks, credit unions,
government agencies, large and small corporations,
YOUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES
insurance companies, hospitals and clinics, retail
businesses, etc for over 35 years. Elliott is able to
provide each of these types of organizations and
more effective, affordable, custom solutions designed
to meet each one’s individual needs.
Matt Buydos Nicole Townsend
St. Louis, MO St. Louis, MO ELLIOTT OFFERS A NEW MOBILE SOLUTION USING
CUSTOMIZED ELECTRONIC FORMS
Introducing Mobile Right, a complete mobile solution that
securely gathers and manages information using logic
driven electronic forms and mobile devices on-site. Person-
nel can enter information using mobile technology (Tablet
Jason Rezabek Frank Carlton PCs, Handheld PCs or Smart Phones), compile the informa-
St. Louis, MO Memphis, TN tion into a database and create reports.
The Mobile Right Solution is a complete solution designed
to help personnel electronically manage information at any
location. Gather information, compile data and automate
Michael Pompuro Brad Gamm reports on-site with a system that allows personnel to go
Memphis, TN Memphis, TN anywhere without having to keep track of multiple paper
forms. Information can be viewed in real-time and accessed
St. Louis, MO Memphis, TN remotely through web access. Mobile Right is flexible and
1-888-345-8511 1-800-755-0651 can be tailored to meet specific needs based on company
Elliott Identity News September 2008
CONSTRUCTION IS UNDERWAY FOR THE NEW ADDITION AT
THE ELLIOTT CHESTERFIELD OFFICE IN ST. LOUIS, MO.
St. Louis, MO June 16, 2008 – Over the past few years, the St. Louis Elliott
staff has grown significantly filling every nook and cranny of the Chesterfield
office along the way. “We’ve finally reached a point where we’ve run out of
space and have decided that the best option is to add a new wing to the
building in order to give everyone adequate room to work.” Tim Green. The
new wing will span across the back of the current building and will include a
new conference room, multiple offices, cubical space and a new
The new wing is designed to utilize the available space and allow the entire
Elliott staff to work efficiently and effectively within the building. It will
include a “quiet area” which will provide the newly expanded development
team an environment which is more conducive to writing code and devel-
oping program applications. The marketing department will reside in a
small section of the new wing with a Resource Office which will provide a
central location for materials designed to support the sales staff and
customers. The addition will also free up much needed space for Elliott’s
technical staff and provide more room to store supplies and accessory items Construction began on June 2, 2008 and is expected
for customers. to be completed September of 2008.
COVER LARGE AREAS ON- & OFF-SITE SmartCheck3
Visitor Management and Predator Alert System
WITH GREATER FLEXIBILITY AND
SMARTCHECK3 NOW WITH
Manage and track people, data, assets, and activity using a
The SmartCheck3 is a visitor management solution that is
wireless mobile electronic device that allows you to scan
designed to identify and check visitors as they enter your facility.
barcodes, use customized forms, and even take photos. Elliott
Visitors are provided a visable ID badge during their visit, can be
handheld mobile solutions are designed for healthcare person-
checked against the National Sex Offender Database and their
nel and/or the mobile field worker that combines durability,
activity during their visit is tracked and reported.
mobility and integrated functionality with the benefits and
convenience of a handheld device. BENEFITS
• Gather visitor information instantly. • Create an administrative login.
HANDHELD DEVICES • Check visitors against the National • Ability to run in Tray.
• MC70 - Mobile Tracking Device • F5 - Mobile Field Tool Sex Offender Database. • Ability to turn off National Sex
• H19A - Mobile Tracking Device • LE1700 Tablet PC • Provide a photo ID visitor badge. Offender Database feature.
• PHL7000 - Mobile Tracking Device • Protective LE1700 Case • Print and track visitor activity with • Print IDs on a Dymo or CP printer.
barcodes. • Run reports on visitor activity.
• Send alerts via text or email. • And much more!
• Associate notes with an individual.
• Populate a Black list & Trusted
• Tie into an in/out reader
for trusted visitors.
• Run program in the
background on computer.
• Integrate smoothly with
Elliott Identity News September 2008
ELLIOTT ASSISTS IN EARTHQUAKE
On April 21, 2008, the Tennessee National Guard staged Vigilant
Guard ’08, an earthquake disaster scenario whose purpose it was to
determine the level of preparedness of state and local responders
in and around the Memphis area should a large scale quake occur.
West Tennessee is situated on the New Madrid seismic zone, which
was responsible for the 7.9 magnitude earthquake that occurred in
1812 and caused a portion of the Mississippi River to flow
backwards. The New Madrid fault zone continues to cause tremors
and rumblings below the earth’s surface as well as numerous
smaller quakes across the region.
The Center for Earthquake Research and Information at the Univer-
sity of Memphis estimates that the New Madrid fault zone is
capable of producing large scale, catastrophic quakes every 300 to
500 years. Vigilant Guard ’08 was an attempt to determine how
responders from surrounding states and regions would coordinate
with the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) and
other local emergency responder agencies in the event of such a
disaster. This drill involved Civil Support Teams (CST’s) from Illinois,
Kentucky and Missouri, as well as first responders from the Shelby
County EMA, fire department and sheriff’s department, the Mem-
phis fire and police departments, and the Millington, Tennessee fire
and police departments. The Tennessee National Guard needed a
way to identify, register and track these first responders who were
arriving from several regions and departments.
Enter, Elliott Data Systems Memphis and the Elliott Mobile Emer-
gency Event Manager Unit (patent pending). Brad Gamm of the
Elliott Memphis office set up the Elliott Mobile Command Center in
a remote staging area located at a major hospital facility in north-
east Shelby County which served as one of the main receiving
locations for mock patients. Brad was able to set up the mobile unit WELCOME MICHAEL PAMPURO
in ten minutes and immediately began credentialing first respond-
ers from several different agencies as they arrived on the scene.
TO THE ELLIOTT SALES TEAM
These responders were badged and their names, titles and check-in
times were simultaneously recorded so that reports could later be Michael Pampuro
generated. The exercise officer in charge of operations for the Sales Representative
Shelby County EMA was very impressed with the quick set-up and
ease of use of the Elliott mobile unit. Elliott’s mobile solution Elliott Memphis Office
helped to facilitate the expedient and trouble-free check-in and 5045 Covington Way
tracking of emergency first responders and aided in the successful Memphis, TN 38134
completion of this mock exercise.
Michael Pampuro is the latest addition to the Memphis sales
Ask us about team and will be focusing on supporting Elliott’s customers
with secure Identity solutions such as ID badging systems,
Mobile Right electronic custom forms solutions and finanical
instant issuance of debit/credit cards. The Elliott team is
...the easy way to excited to have Michael and expect him to provide our
order supplies online! customers with excellent service and support.
Elliott Identity News September 2008
ELLIOTT’S APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT TEAM EXPANDS TO ACCOMODATE A
GROWING NEED FOR CUSTOMIZED SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS
A few years ago Elliott’s Development Team Lead Dwayne Command Unit. All Mobile/Tracking solutions are backed with
Waser along with Dave Hilmer, Senior Developer began creat- Elliott’s technical staff and programmers to provide customers
ing the customized software application Emergency Event and dealers with installation and technical support.
Manager Solution (EEMS). This new solution
was designed to meet the needs of many of Elliott’s Mobile/Tracking Solutions have
Elliott’s local prospects that desired a grown significantly over the past few years
solution designed around their needs and and are continuing to grow strong. Elliott is
could not find a solution that was the right fit. dedicated to the success and growth of
So after much time spent with customers to their Mobile/Tracking Solutions which is
truly understand the demands and needs of why they have taken steps to expand their
Emergency Responders, Dwayne and Dave Development Team out of their St. Louis
developed and released the first EEMS office. Elliott welcomes Michael Jolly, John
version. Top Row: Tommy Newcomb, Dwayne Waser, Dave Hilmer Ruder and Tommy Newcomb, new applica-
Bottom Row: Michael Jolly and John Ruder
tion developers to the Elliott Team and look
Elliott has since expanded its customized software solutions to forward to the contributions they will make moving forward.
include Construction Site Manager, Accountability Manager, All three developers will support Dave Hilmer in new develop-
Asset Manager and SmartCheck3. Each solution has the ability ment, software upgrades and customer support.
to adapt a variety of modules including Mobile handheld
devices, Scanners and Elliott’s own patent pending Mobile
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