Agilysis & West Berkshire to start working on groundbreaking new project


Agilysis & West Berkshire to start working on groundbreaking new project

December 3, 2020

Agilysis & West Berkshire to begin work on groundbreaking new SID Portal

Self Service Portal for Parishes.

We are delighted to announce that we have been commissioned by West Berkshire to begin working on a new ground-breaking project which will streamline and automate their work with local parishes saving valuable time by providing a self-service portal.

The Online Portal will enable local parishes to book equipment, provide risk assessments and undergo online training. Initially the service will be used to provide West Berkshires unique data lead community speed watch programme, but the opportunities to provide further self-service facilities to the parishes is endless.

The Portal integrates with our V4 camera enforcement platform which is already being used by a number of police services across the country, allowing for uniformity of data collection and site locations for mobile and fixed speed cameras, and community speed watch.

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