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FBI's Aviation Section Selects Intelex Technologies as Safety and Quality Management System Provider

TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwire) -- 09/28/09 -- Intelex Technologies, Inc. a leading provider of web-based management systems has announced today that they have been selected by the FBI - Aviation Section to provide a software solution addressing their safety and quality management needs. Chosen for its high level of configurability, range of functionality, ease of use and implementation, and the system's capability of securely tracking and reporting confidential and sensitive data, the section will be implementing the Intelex system across all locations and will be accessible to employees bureau-wide.

When the FBI - Aviation Section first approached Intelex, they were in search of a solution that would foster the collection of all safety metrics from multiple locations into one central and easy-to-access platform. A key functionality was the ability to have a 360-degree view of all safety-related incidents across the entire organization, permitting internal audits, increasing transparency into processes, and identifying problematic areas, thus driving continual improvement. Intelex's web-based Safety Management System allowed for this functionality, giving each location the ability to independently log incidents which can then be tracked and reported on organization-wide. Implementing a flexible system with the ability to customize components (configurability) was another essential priority for the FBI - Aviation Section, which Intelex's custom iForm® application was able to address. Using the iForm® application the section was able to create an FBI specific hazard reporting iForm® to track all non-conformances related to flight operations, and from which problem reports can be generated from.

Intelex Executive Account Manager Bryden Waggott worked with the FBI - Aviation Section to identify the key requirements needed in their management systems and create an implementation plan that focused on safety in the first phase and quality in the second. "The main goal of the FBI - Aviation Section is to consolidate all aspects of safety, including incident reports, hazards reports, and training management into one central place," said Waggott, "By implementing the Intelex system, the section will be able to significantly reduce the amount of time, effort, and resources that was previously required to produce safety-related reports and metrics. These are elements that will be critical to internal and external audit preparedness as well as gaining an overall visibility into areas for improvement. In Phase I, the primary focus will be on implementing Intelex's safety management system while Phase II will address the capture and management of the metrics associated with the division's quality management system."

About Intelex Technologies Inc.: Established in 1992, Intelex is a global leader in the development and support of environment, quality, health & safety (EQH&S), and business management systems (BMS). Our web-based EQH&S and BMS software solutions enable organizations to drive continual improvement, exceed regulatory compliance, and streamline ISO initiatives. Intelex services over 400 clients ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies with more than 50,000 system users worldwide. To request a live demonstration or trial access to the Intelex System please visit

Media Contact:
Intelex Technologies Inc.
Mark Jaine, President & CEO
[email protected]

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