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The Law Enforcement Company to Watch

CIO Review Magazine names Amivero among the 10 Most Promising Law Enforcement Consulting/Services Companies - May 2020

Within just 18 months of operation, Amivero has been awarded CIO Review Magazine’s “Most Promising Law Enforcement Consulting/Services Companies” as well as featured on the cover of the May 2020 Law Enforcement Edition.

CIO Review Magazine highlights what sets “the Amivero approach” apart from the rest for our competitors – from our deep roots in the law enforcement community and deep bench in IT expertise, to why we use a value-driven model and how strategic objectives are used to create measurable success for our clients every step of the way.
“Amivero leverages state-of-the-art yet accessible applications to enable professionals in the field and at the office to make critical, high-value decisions in real time and help agencies focus on what matters most: keeping citizens safe.” 
— Olivia Trivisani Bowker
Human-centered, data-driven infrastructure can also be seen in our commitment to our employees – through recruiting and retaining the best and brightest through a performance and growth-based culture, encouraging team members to be on the cutting edge of their profession by exploring new strategies and tools, and crowd-sourcing much of our high-level infrastructure decisions. We pride ourselves on hiring team members who are looking to make a difference in an organization, both internally and externally, as well as in their community.
“In an effective IT services company, the people you provide to deliver the services are the most critical. It’s not just their skills and knowledge and experience – its also their attitude and approach to problems. We really do pride ourselves on selecting employees and partners who aren’t necessarily like all of us but instead complement what we already have and aren’t afraid to fail by innovating. We encourage it, we incentivize it – and we’re able to retain these innovators by being genuinely supportive, authentic, and transparent.”
— Olivia Trivisani Bowker