Rainier Client Coverage

Read Coverage

Government Technology: Several California Counties Move Toward Next-Gen 911

Several California Counties Move Toward Next-Gen 911

Several counties in California are moving forward with phasing out their decades-old emergency 911 systems, and replacing them with digital versions capable of moving more data faster for improved location accuracy. The new technology can more quickly route first responders to the scene of an emergency, improving response times, said Robert Bustichi, systems management supervisor for San Mateo County Public Safety Communications.

Read Coverage

Nation's Restaurant News: Tapit introduces self-order restaurant kiosk

Tapit introduces self-order restaurant kiosk

Tapit is a new kiosk solution that touts itself as the Wix of kiosks because it provides easy to use templates for restaurant owners to control and design their user interface. (Wix is a do-it-yourself website builder).

Read Coverage

State Scoop: California counties ink GIS contracts to build next-generation 911

California counties ink GIS contracts to build next-generation 911

San Mateo County and Merced County announced that they will pay Datamark, a developer for GIS platforms for public-safety agencies, $400,000 and $109,000 respectively, to prepare municipal address and road data as they prepare to implement next-generation 911 systems.

Read Coverage

Fast Casual: Tapit introduces self-order restaurant kiosk

Tapit introduces self-order restaurant kiosk

Tapit, a restaurant and retail-focused software vendor, has launched SELFIT, a self-ordering kiosk platform with accompanying online ordering via a mobile app and interface to the restaurant's website.