London, United Kingdom, November 13, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- The Police Superintendents’ Association (PSA) has selected Tisski to help transform its membership management system, moving from an on-premises, legacy database, to customised Microsoft Dynamics 365, cloud-based technology.
Representing Superintendents and Chief Superintendents in 49 police forces to support their welfare, interests and being an influential voice in policing for the public good, PSA selected Tisski after a competitive procurement process, which identified Tisski’s Microsoft Dynamics 365 proposal as the most cost effective and efficient platform to deliver the technology transformation required to meet the PSA’s requirements.
Chief Superintendent Paul Griffiths, PSA President said: “Having reviewed the differing technologies available, we selected the Tisski proposal as it can be configured to our exact requirements, without the need for bespoke coding.”
He continued: “We will have the ability to better manage our membership directory subscriptions and provide direct access to functionality that will enhance our member experience.”
Anna Assassa, Chief Executive Officer, Tisski said: “We are very proud to be working with the PSA and to have had the opportunity to show how by moving to an integrated system, we make managing the membership easier, more efficient and cost effective.
“Our team takes the time to understand the problem our customers are trying to solve and we use the full flexibility of Dynamics 365 to make sure that we provide a system that is going to answer those problems.”