Functionally, the Emergency CallWorks SaaS solution improves emergency response, streamlines operations and consolidates workflow. Features include emergency call taking, mapping, incident management and decision support in one, natively integrated platform. Instead of building onto legacy 9-1-1 system technology and silos, this software was developed from the ground up to take advantage of NG 9-1-1 standards and new technologies.
Instead of building onto legacy 9-1-1 system technology and silos, the ECW solution was developed from the ground up to take advantage of the new Next Generation 9-1-1 standards, the latest technology and state-of-the art capabilities for hosted deployments. The ECW 9-1-1 call management solution provides users with a more intuitive, web browser-based interface to manage calls. The software is built to allow faster innovation, more scalability, lower cost, fault tolerance and needs substantially less hardware than typical emergency call taking systems. The solution will be deployed in an easily scalable, geo-diverse, multi-site environment with flexibility and capacity to handle community growth, consolidation strategies and geographical or disaster recovery situations.
"We continue to add innovation that provides top tier, high-end capabilities while lowering cost and adding quality to solutions our customers need to respond to their citizens and the first responders who handle emergency situations," explained
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