In December, 2011, Datamaxx Group, Inc. (Datamaxx) and GTBM, Inc. (GTBM) joined forces to develop a revolutionary new technology to protect critical infrastructure and key resources (CIKR) from security risks. The new, patented solution soon became known as GREENLIGHT®. With more than 40 years of combined experience, the GREENLIGHT project brings together two powerful forces in the law enforcement information sharing industry to create a first-of-its-kind technology solution.
Datamaxx, headquartered in Tallahassee, Fla., is the premier provider of advanced communications, data access, information sharing, enterprise intelligence, and access control solutions to the law enforcement, criminal justice, public safety, and security industries. Datamaxx is a privately held, Florida-certified and woman-owned enterprise serving over 70 percent of the law enforcement communications market with more than 750,000 end users in North America, Canada, Guam and Puerto Rico. Datamaxx customers consist of private security companies along with local, state and federal agencies including the Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Bureau of Investigation, City of Miami Police Department, New York City Police Department, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Department of State, and U. S. Office of Personnel Management. Since its inception in 1991, Datamaxx has earned a reputation as domain experts and built a well-known brand name in its markets.
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GTBM was founded in 1972 by Guillio Picolli. Guided by his son, Richard Picolli, the company made the transition from a low-tech retail supplier and repairer of typewriters and adding machines to a high-tech networking, communications, and software provider. The New Jersey-based company replaced typewriters with word processors and replaced adding machines with spreadsheet software on the first generation of consumer-priced computers. As computing entered the 80s and 90s, Richard Picolli, now the company's President, transformed GTBM into a computer networking company deploying and supporting computer networks for many Fortune 500 companies and small businesses throughout the New York tri-state area. Business peaked as Picolli saw the opportunity to aid a myriad of private corporations and government agencies in getting through the challenges of Y2K. In the first quarter of 2000 sales declined as Y2K issues faded into computer history. Picolli again transformed the company by designing and co-developing a software product that targeted law enforcement agencies in New Jersey. Since 2000 Info-Cop™ and now GREENLIGHT® have continued to evolve to become a strong force in the marketplace, once again leading to the reinvention of GTBM.
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