HM Prisons need a new database please help!

January 6, 2007 at 6:59 pm 2 comments

The head of the UK prison service came out in the media today to suggest the Prison service require a new national database of prisoners in open prisoners.

As soon as he said it I saw around £10 million of UK taxpayers money drain away, helping to pay for a system that will be delivered probably by 2010 that wouldn’t even be fit for purpose.

Here’s a suggestion for the guys at Zoho or DabbleDB. Licence your technology (as it would have to be behind the firewall due to security requirements) to HM Prisons and I bet we could have a database up and running by the end of the week.

It would be a great publicity stunt for the guys, it would get the HM prisons the app it needed quick sharp and would save the UK taxpayer lots of money – everyone could be a winner.

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