Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) November 14, 2013
EMS Toolkit is proud to announce that Barry Britt, BS, EMT-P, is their new Vice President of Business Development. Barry brings over 30 years of experience in public safety to EMS Toolkit. In his new role, Barry will be responsible for over-seeing sales team leadership, driving revenue, product review and overall growth strategies.
Prior to joining EMS Toolkit, Barry served as the Director of Business Development for EMS Management & Consultants. During his successful tenure at EMS|MC, Barry was part of a legacy team that led EMSMC’s strategic expansion into new markets while maintaining a daily focus on customer satisfaction.
Barry’s experience and knowledge of public safety will strengthen and enhance EMS Toolkit. Beginning his career as paramedic in Guilford County, Barry later served as the Emergency Services Director in Moore County NC, EMS Director/Chief in Wake County NC and as an associate professor of Emergency Medical Services at Sandhills Community College. Barry has dedicated his career to advancing the mission of public safety and has worked closely with fire, EMS and law enforcement agencies across the US to accomplish that goal.
Brian Polackoff, President of EMS Toolkit, states “We are excited to have Barry as a part of our team and our ever growing EMS Toolkit family. His experience speaks for itself, and we look forward to capitalizing on those experiences to bring even more industry specific tools/features to our clients, as well as to future clients.”
About EMS Toolkit:
EMS Toolkit, based out of Raleigh NC, is the industry's only complete web hosted Intranet suite packaged in an easy-to-use, fully integrated system, designed and tailored specifically for EMS and fire agencies. With key features such as crew scheduling, certification tracking, online incident reporting, online education, full CEU tracking and over 75 other industry specific features, EMS Toolkit brings agencies every tool they could need. Our proven track record with assisting agencies who wish to enforce standardization across locations, preparing/renewing accreditations and enforcing both employee and management accountability speaks for itself.
For more information on EMS Toolkit please visit our web site at http://www.emstoolkit.com or contact us by phone at 888-290-0671