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Sounds like where i work, the people choosing the software don't have to use it so they never understand why it was a poor choice.
Ugottabkidin: I agree with you. If the employees don't want to do their jobs, get rid of them!! If this system will help, by all means do it.
I know someone who recently requested information from one of the JP offices concerning uncollected fines, AND THEY WERE TOLD the ODYSSEY Software does not support programs that will access that information..WELL, how in the world does any of the JP offices know how much UNCOLLECTED monies they have???? SOMEONE (REPORTER BRIAN) TELL ME.....Reporter Brian, I bet if you ask this question to anyone of the JP office's they will tell you if can't be done because it takes to much work, kinda like our ELECTED DISTRICT CLERK STATED ""I'm not doing double work," said Cathy Stuart, who heads the district clerk's office"
All I got to say is that if ANY elected official needs to do double work to help out another county department to better the situation in the county we work and live in I say "DO IT. I DON"T CARE IF YOU HAVE TO DO TRIPLE WORK, YOU ARE GETTING PAID BY THE TAXPAYER'S TO DO A JOB. Do our elected officials think that no one can tell them anything? And do they think they can do what ever they please....someone tell me different, am I wrong to think this way???????
"The county uses a $1.5 million latest version of software called Odyssey that it bought three years ago."
How is it that software purchased just 3 years ago does not meet the needs of largest portion of the County operation, the Sheriff's office? Who made the decision to purchase the Odyssey software and was the Sherriff included in the evaluation of the functionality?
This seems to be a huge waste of resources if indeed a $1.5million investment does not provide the functions the Sheriff requires.
Reporter Brian, how about some more digging to see what the complete story is on this.
Pozzi talks the talk but will be spineless when he faces O'Connor eyeball to eyeball. Pozzi is another fine example of a little man syndrome.
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