ST. LOUIS, Oct. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Omnigo Software, formed recently by the merger of two leading security software companies, today announced Bobby Robertson as chief executive officer and named St. Louis, Missouri as its corporate headquarters. In recent months, Robertson led efforts to combine two respected entities, Report Exec and ITI, to create Omnigo Software. Today, it provides the security industry's most comprehensive suite of records management, risk management and analytics tools for streamlining incident management and prevention.
Omnigo's mission is to help ensure a world with safer tomorrows by giving security professionals the tools they need to prevent threats from becoming incidents. "I see tremendous opportunity to create new solutions that can enhance and expand upon the technologies now being used by first responders," Robertson said. "These are the heroic men and women who protect lives daily. Our team looks forward to helping them serve the public in the most effective way possible."
Omnigo recently relocated its headquarters to 10430 Baur Blvd. in St. Louis. Robertson said that while other options were explored, "the company chose Missouri because of its solid pro-business environment that aligns well with Omnigo's strategy to invest in and grow a high tech company. We project 2017 revenue at approximately three hundred percent of our revenue at the end of 2016 and we will head into 2018 with more than 100 full-time employees."
"It's an honor to provide a corporate home to Omnigo's workers, and support its important mission," said Missouri Governor Eric Greitens. "We look forward to a bright future with new innovations being made in St. Louis and new jobs coming to the area."
According to Robertson, Omnigo has attracted several seasoned professionals for key executive positions such as CFO and CTO. Hiring of additional top-level and mid-level executives is now underway and Omnigo will fill dozens of positions in its Missouri office as it grows rapidly into 2018.
Prior to joining Omnigo, Robertson pioneered the use of cloud-based software applications in post-acute healthcare settings. During a 20-year period, he grew HEALTHCAREfirst into a leading provider of EHR, revenue cycle management and analytics solutions for home health and hospice providers. Robertson is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University and currently serves on the boards of HEALTHCAREfirst (which serves the needs of more than 4,000 health care providers,) MedtranDirect (which provides HIPAA compliant electronic data interchange solutions to healthcare technology companies and providers,) and Missouri's Coordinating Board for Higher Education (which oversees the Department of Higher Education in Missouri).
About Omnigo Software
Omnigo Software is the leading provider of public safety, incident and security management solutions for law enforcement, education, healthcare and other enterprises, offering easy-to-use and flexible applications that provide actionable insight for making more informed decisions. Omnigo solutions have helped law enforcement and security professionals increase staff productivity by up to 25%, reduce compliance risk, and show measured improvements in safety and security. Founded by law enforcement professionals, Omnigo can be found online at www.omnigo.com.
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