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CAI Celebrates "30 Years" in the Software and IT Services Field

August 2013 CAI Celebrates "30 Years" in the Software and IT Services Fieldmarks CAI's 30th year in providing IS and IT solutions to our customers!   We realize and acknowledge our continuing success is tied to you, our customers, and our deepest gratitude goes out to our loyal customer base.  Our business evolved from a specialized need in 1983, for a few County Clerk’s in eastern Idaho to have an automated fund accounting program. 

 

Today the vast majority of Idaho County Clerk's, along with Recorder's, Treasurer's, Assessor's and a multitude of deputies and county personnel utilize these programs to run many aspects of their offices.

 

Meet our Newest Employees . . .

2020 Employee News:

Help Desk County Software Support - Kurt Harvey - Our newest Help Desk Employee provides state-wide software support to our County program users. Give Kurt a call for assistance with any of our county government software applications. Whether it be document Recording, Payroll, Financial or one of our many County applications, the Help Desk will get you up and running.

Help Desk Public Safety Software Support - Christina Swenson - Call Christina for support and training on our Law Enforcement applications, ARTS, CAD, Records Tracking and the numerous Interfaces in our Public Safety Software program suite.

Spotlight on PUBLIC SAFETY SOFTWARE Updates

E-Signatures added to Jail booking paperwork process – No need to chop trees!  The .pdf documents store with each booking for intake, release and jail property reports needing a signature ~ pretty slick!

Inventory/Training and Fleet Maintenance Modules added to the suite of public safety products fully integrated with the Agency & Officer File.  Secured, agency defined pick lists for easy management.  Training allows full tracking per Agency, trainer or employee with authentication at the log on level.
 

CAI Network Engineer Receives Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC)

  CAI Network Engineer receives Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC) 

 
Tyler Robinson, Network Engineer in the Idaho Falls office has recently earned multiple certifications in GIAC Security Essentials.  Tyler attended an intense two week training and testing program in Washington DC last year, where he earned his GSEC – Security Essentials Certification and GCWN – Certified Windows Security Administrator designations.  These certifications are accredited by the American National Standards Institute. 

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