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Every G4S solution operates via a common software based structure for data management, rules, workflows and reports. Organizations with unique operational requirements can streamline the automation of complex processes using open standards architecture, with all the information stored and manipulated centrally, ensuring a single version of the data.

Data Integration enables an unlimited number of third party databases to be consolidated into one. Using pre-processing rules, mapping engines and automation techniques, data from an unlimited range of third party sources can be combined. In alignment with technology and its future direction, data is cleaned, transformed and catalogued within the G4S secure data warehouse making it available for data mining, analytical processing, market research and decision support. All the G4S solutions are stored centrally. System diagnostics, upgrades, status monitoring and upgrades all happen remotely so system users are always running the latest version of the software.

There is a significant ongoing investment to ensure the data stored and transmitted is protected to the very highest level – whether this is data input locally, via the web link or from a third party hardware and software provider. The single data repository creates independent and relevant reporting from a common engine. G4S provides the ability to interrogate the data from a variety of systems and processes and provide real business intelligence allowing management to make decisions based on a single version of the data. The results can ultimately be used to reduce incidents and create a safer, more efficient environment for employees, tenants, visitors and building managers.

Key Features
  • Web based applications interface
  • Hybrid architecture combining cloud computing, client-server and mobile device technology
  • Redundant off site data storage
  • Single transaction database and data warehouse
  • Out-of-the-box integrated applications sharing a common user interface
  • Common reporting and analysis tools
  • Unified rules, workflow and decision engines
  • Disparate security systems integration
  • Third party data integration; import & export
  • Remote system control
  • Automated data synchronization between systems
  • Central email messaging and response
  • Automated software updates
  • Self installing, configuring, documenting and supporting systems
  • Remote diagnostics and health and status monitoring
  • Multi-layer security and data protection
Key Benefits
  • Lowest total cost with greatest capability
  • In alignment with technology and where it is heading
  • Platform to grow with
  • Higher set of capabilities than traditional siloed systems
  • Audit and Compliance through software and transparency
  • One single version of the data
  • Always using the latest version of software
  • Access the system anywhere in the world, no software to install
  • Off-site redundant storage and business continuity
  • No development required by internal IT teams
  • Provides “enabling” technology using information from different solutions
  • Administration efficiencies and data accuracy of a single integrated database
  • Accuracy of the data yields better decisions
  • Reduce learning curve, configuration and integration costs through using a single common interface
  • Move from people based workflow and compliance to software rules
  • Scalability while only paying for what you use
  • Combine disparate systems into a single common interface
  • No data lost or discarded
  • Real-time collaboration, communication and notification
  • Training, documentation and administration efficiencies
  • Reduces manual data entry to minimize costs and maximize efficiencies
  • Solutions use rules, work flows, access rights and reports to enable Organizations to streamline complex and mundane processes
  • Drastically reduce engineering presence on site
  • Replace fragmented systems with the communication, transaction and notification advantages of the Internet