Kokomo24/7® Solutions Achieves Public Sector Certification from Amazon Web Services (AWS)

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Kokomo24/7®, a cloud-based school safety platform designed to help reduce K-12 student violence and youth suicides, has announced that it has earned AWS Public Sector Partner status. The AWS Public Sector Partner Program recognizes Kokomo24/7 as an innovative solution that can build, integrate and accelerate AWS product offerings to government, education and non-profit clients around the world. To achieve this recognition, Kokomo24/7 underwent a comprehensive assessment by AWS, including a review of current successes in delivering public sector cloud projects.

Kokomo24/7® Safety Cloud™ is a SaaS product that provides a student safety platform designed to help administrators, resource officers and faculty to reduce bullying, suicide, and other disruptive learning events. Kokomo24/7 Safety Cloud™ is driven by a proprietary A.I Engine that gives educators and resource officers years of analytical incident data to help determine the probability of unsafe student incidents.

The Kokomo24/7 Safety Cloud platform is modular and can be rolled out in a phased approach. The product line consists of three main student safety modules: an Incident Management System (IMS) for users internal to the school district; an Anonymous Reporting System (ARS) for both internal users and the system-wide community within the school district; and an Emergency Operation Center (EOC) module providing communications across schools, local governments and emergency responders.

Kokomo24/7 has deployed its Safety Cloud solution on AWS at the second-largest school district in America. The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) uses Kokomo24/7’s Safety Cloud to provide district resources with scalable school safety solutions that have security to compliance standards, and the latest technologies built on AWS services.