Proven OMS Solutions
CORIS® is a proven, COTS-based OMS that delivers comprehensive coverage of corrections business processes. Efficiently capturing and managing data about every offender, CORIS® provides essential information on demand
to corrections professionals to ensure they know who the offender is,
and how that individual needs to be managed.
Analytics & BI
to Run a Better Agency
The value of an OMS is only as good as the accessibility to the data it contains. Abilis has
invested significantly in state-of-the-art analytics and business intelligence tools to enable
agencies to uncover powerful insights to improve offender outcomes, reduce operational risk,
and run a better agency.
the Abilis Difference
The people of Abilis are committed to help
corrections agencies and professionals realize a safer and more secure world, and to enable offenders to re-enter their communities in a successful, dignified manner. We’re passionate about product innovation and evolution, and strive to ensure that our customers gain maximum value from their information assets as they address their most pressing business challenges.
Latest Blog Posts
Implementing Reliable Data Analytics Solutions for Corrections
By Maruthi Govindappa | January 9, 2020
Enabling a Business Intelligence (BI) and Data Analytics solution is an essential component of the information strategy for correctional agencies. A data-driven, evidence-based, decision-making process requires a reliable (i.e. accurate, timely, and secured) BI and Data Analytics platform. Following my previous post, Understanding Business Intelligence Ecosystem for Corrections, in which we touched on BI functional
Engage Your Operational SMEs
By Ken McGovern | July 31, 2018
For a successful OMS modernization, the involvement of key subject matter experts from across the agency will help to inform functional requirements, minimize the need for expensive customization, and ensure rapid user adoption of the new system.
Join Us at Industry Events
We’re proud supporters and actively engaged in key professional bodies, such as the Association
of State Correctional Administrators (ASCA), the International Corrections and Prisons
Association (ICPA), and the Corrections Technology Association (CTA).
We believe in building strong networks of like-minded professionals to exchange ideas on ways
to enable improved outcomes for corrections operations and offenders as they re-enter the community.
Come and meet us and let’s start a dialogue!