Read about our succesful implementations
  • Austin PD's Case Study
    Austin Police Department needed a single solution that ensured officers were fully compliant with the complex training requirements mandated both by the organization and the state regulators. Some of the goals were to provide an online learning platform, with media rich content and assessments and ensure compliance by careful tracking and reporting of outcomes.
  • Harris County Constable's Office (HCCO)
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    Harris County Constable's Office (HCCO) Pct 5 implemented the InformaOne platform as a hosted solution to manage training for all of Pct 5 constables. HCCO required the system to control, manage and streamline the Field and in-service Training. One of the main challenges was the need to manage a public calendar. InformaOne provides a public calendar that allows the registration of new students and one of the key driver was the need to seperate external content available to the public, from internal content available to constables.
  • Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center
    Informa Systems successfully implemented the InformaOne system and provided numerous additional customizations such as an online testing module to replace the paper-based testing. The testing module was designed to be taken on Chromebooks which greatly facilitated its adoption in an Academy setting. The testing module also supports useful reports such as missed questions, allowing greatly enhanced feedback to be provided by the Instructor.
  • Los Angeles PD's Case Study
    The implementation of InformaOne as a mission critical application allows LAPD to deliver just-in-time learning in a challenging environment.
  • Maine Criminal Justice Academy's Case Study
    The Maine Criminal Justice Academy (MCJA) provides training and certification for law enforcement officers and related disciplines throughout the State of Maine. When MCJA approached Informa Systems, their current training system was not web-based and exhibited a number of limitations including the inability to automate training processes. This lack of flexibility and inadequacy of their current officer information management were the main drivers for MCJA to upgrade their system to InformaOne.