Denver, CO (PRWEB) August 6, 2009
Emergency dispatch center software developer, 911-Inc., will demonstrate its Next Generation call-taking solutions at the APCO Annual Conference August 16-20, 2009 in Las Vegas. Barney Fife impersonator, Rik Roberts, will illustrate the ease of the Public Safety Answering Points (PSAP) call-handling software during special appearances on Monday, August 16th at 10:15 a.m., 11:15 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. at booth #800. Fans of The Andy Griffith Show will remember Barney Fife as the clueless but lovable deputy.
Barney Fife welcomes attendees through a special video at http://www.911-inc.com/Events.shtml.
"Dispatchers need intuitive call-handling software at their finger tips when dealing with calls that could be a matter of life and death," says Allen Amis, CEO of 911-Inc. "Our Next Gen ready QuickResponseTM software is so easy to use that it enables dispatchers to focus on the important things - ensuring first responder safety and saving lives."
The QuickResponse software solution offers the following benefits to PSAPs:
- Outstanding reliability and dependability
- Exceptional customer service
- Configurable reporting and analytics
- In-person training and support
"One of the headaches PSAP managers have these days is a high level of turnover," Allen adds. "But using software that is easy to use is also easy to train. After only 1-2 hours of training, a new dispatcher can get right to work."
For more information on QuickResponse and 911-Inc. please visit http://www.911-inc.com.
For over 20 years, 911-Inc. has been a leader in call handling software development for emergency dispatch centers. The 911-Inc. solutions include VoIP, mapping, analytics and reporting, resource management, ACD, alert and other features. QuickResponseTM, the Next Generation and i3 compliant software package, will allow easy management of voice, data and multimedia including instant message, text, photo and video. 911-Inc. solutions can be scaled for state-wide, regional, or local Public Safety Answering Points (PSAP). 911-Inc. fully integrates with existing systems or utilizes partners such as Avaya, Hewlett-Packard, Intrado and Motorola to create end-to-end solutions. 911-Inc. has customers across the U.S. and is based in Denver, Colorado. Learn more at http://www.911-inc.com.