Alexandria, USA, November 07, 2007: Avineon, Inc., provider of IT, engineering, geospatial and program management services, today announced the release of Avineonics, a state-of-the-art information system that enables organizations to automate the preparation, organization, management, execution and documentation of emergency preparedness and incident management functions. Avineonics optimizes industry knowledge and provides advanced technology for both daily and emergency response operations. The new system is based on Incident Command System (ICS) and National Incident Management System (NIMS) guidelines.
Avineonics uses intelligent business logic to orchestrate collaborative functions for training, roles management, resource management, planning, mobilization, operational periods, check-in, check-out, task assignments, performance ratings and more. The software produces a common operational picture to manage incidents effectively. Avineonics can be implemented as a stand-alone or an integrated system, complying with Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) to support data and event-level integration. The system is web-based, with an accessible and easy-to-use interface.
Anil Jayavarapu, director of Avineon’s BPM practice group, stated, “Avineonics is a dynamic system to implement and automate best practices for emergency management and to seek excellence through continuous improvement. This release is an important milestone in helping organizations standardize and integrate response-critical information, processes, technology and people. Avineonics provides a tremendous advantage by integrating preparedness and incident management through interactive modules, frameworks and tools.”