ALEN, Inc. Names Callaway Director of Sales & Marketing

ALEN, Inc. Names Callaway Director of Sales & Marketing

Mobile, AL— October 1, 2018 — ALEN, Inc. has named Judy Callaway Director of Sales and Marketing. In this a new role, Callaway will lead the company’s efforts in sales and marketing strategies, planning and execution.

Callaway joins ALEN, Inc with more than 25 years of sales and marketing experience in the technology industry. Regarding her selection to this post, Ms. Callaway said, “It is an honor to be selected to lead the charge of telling the remarkable story of the innovative and technically superb solutions that are available to support private and public law enforcement. ALEN is working every day to improve the lives and safety of these officers and it is a privilege to be part of the ALEN team.”

About ALEN, Inc.

ALEN, Inc. is a cloud solution provider for U.S. government agencies and private organizations. Partnering with Microsoft as an Azure Government MSP and Nlets as a Strategic & Hosting partner, ALEN provides CJIS compliant solutions such as Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), Records Management (RMS), Secure Instant Messaging, and eCitation.

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Apply for your Departments FREE IM account today!

1 General
2 General Cont.
3 Contact
4 User
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  • Agency / Department Information

IM Free Edition Includes:

Real-time direct & group messaging
Channels for topic based conversations
Send broadcast messages to all users
Link to other agencies
Historical message retainment
Message searching & export capability
File sharing
1 GB file storage per user
Off-line messaging
& More

NOT Required:

Billing or payment information
Servers or on-premise software

Who can apply?

ALEN's IM is the only CJIS compliant messaging application on the market today. Qualified government entities, such as police departments, can apply and be granted access. More specifically access is reserved for criminal justice agencies (CJA) in the public or private sector and are subject to qualification prior to being granted access. A CJA is defined as a court, a governmental agency, or any subunit of a governmental agency which performs the administration of criminal justice pursuant to a statute or executive order and which allocates a substantial part of its annual budget to the administration of criminal justice. State and federal Inspectors General Offices are included.

Access can also be extended to noncriminal justice agencies (NCJA) in both the public or private sector upon review. The general definition of a NCJA is an entity or any subunit thereof that provides services primarily for purposes other than the administration of criminal justice.

Agencies typically granted access:

  • Airport Police Departments
  • Campus Law Enforcement
  • Conservation Law Enforcement
  • Dispatch Centers
  • Emergency Management
  • EMS Departments
  • Federal Agencies
  • Fire Departments
  • Harbor Police Departments
  • Military Law Enforcement
  • Municipal Courts
  • Police Departments
  • Railroad Law Enforcement
  • Sheriff's Departments
  • Special Police Companies
  • State Agencies
  • State Police/Highway Patrol
  • Transit Authorities
  • Tribal Law Enforcement



Secure File Storage (SFS)

SFS has been released within its Records and Court Management solutions. Organizations can now attach and manage electronic documents, images, audio and video files directly cases. Features include:

  • Upload documents, images, audio, and video files
  • CJIS Compliant
  • Real-time availability
  • No on premise storage server required
  • Scalable storage, no upfront costs
  • Geographically redundant



At ALEN, we believe that software for your officers and dispatchers should be easy to use and should support the workflow they are already accustom to. Our integrated suite of products can be used independently of each other or they can be used all together allowing data to flow freely between each application.

These are the question we ask ourselves before we deploy an enhancement to our system:

  • Is it good for law enforcement?
  • Is it good for communities?
  • Is it good for all agencies?

If, and only if we can answer YES to these three questions, do we include the enhancement in our system. For you, this means that you are not paying for some feature you don’t need, and you are not paying for some feature only the largest agencies can benefit from. While we might not have all the bells and whistles that some of the players in our space have, we have the RIGHT ONES for your agency at a subscription fee you can afford.

We look forward to working with your department to uncover what is most pressing so that we can take the burden off your officers and enable them to do their jobs better, faster and easier.

Please look around and let us know how we can help!