Emergency Reporting Partners with StreetWise Response Software for Fire and EMS Agencies

Emergency Reporting Partners with StreetWise Response Software for Fire and EMS Agencies

Press Release Aug 17, 2017

Bellingham, WA, 8/15/17—Emergency Reporting (ER), a leading provider of Fire & EMS records management software, is pleased to announce its new partnership with StreetWise response software, a leading producer of enroute software solutions.

“The great thing about Emergency Reporting’s Platform is that, while we provide our customers with everything they need to run their agencies, our partners tie in other capabilities that meet the unique needs of each agency. It makes our system uniquely customizable, simple to plug in to the other software an agency is already utilizing, and highly flexible so that it fits the needs of everyone from volunteer to large career departments,” said David Nokes, Sr. Director, Strategic Alliances, Emergency Reporting.

This integration will provide users of Emergency Reporting with the ability to link their ER data with StreetWise CADlink tablet-based MDT software, StreetWise Responder smartphone apps, and the StreetWise Station SmartBoards. With the interface, users will have access to full-featured mobile solutions with accurate incident mapping using unique three-stage location verification, live unit tracking and speed monitoring (AVL), live area traffic and weather conditions, hydrant locations, customizable map points, device-to-device messaging, status buttons and more. Incident location, type and all apparatus status timestamps import into the NFIRS report in ER instantly, saving responders a huge amount of time. And all StreetWise products share response data, so everyone, everywhere always knows the location and status of every responder, regardless of whether it’s apparatus or individual smartphone.

StreetWise CADlink also provides ER customers with enroute access to full NFPA 1620 preplans, with both creation and display capabilities, even if they’re offline. Existing ER occupancy data can be turned into feature-rich preplans that are easily accessible during the response with just one click.

“StreetWise and Emergency Reporting are such a great fit and solve a host of issues for clients. Our customers are thrilled to have an integration that places live, real-time data from the response and command software directly into the incident report in records management software. With even more data integration coming in the future, this is going to be a great opportunity for fire departments to up their technology game,” said Phil Kouwe, President of Hanger 14 Solutions.

About Emergency Reporting

Emergency Reporting is a privately held Washington State corporation specializing in Cloud-based records management software solutions for Fire/Rescue and EMS agencies of all sizes, DoD/military branches worldwide, and large entities with self-contained Fire & EMS services like NASA, nuclear power plants, hospitals and oil refineries. For more information, see http://www.emergencyreporting.com.

About StreetWise

The StreetWise family of response solutions are produced by Hangar 14 Solutions, LLC, a privately held North Carolina corporation and public safety information services company, developing software applications for Fire and EMS agencies that provide enhanced and industry-focused alternatives to high-priced, “cop-centric” mobile solutions provided by CAD vendors. Its flagship product, StreetWise CADlink, is currently used in both big city career and small town volunteer departments. For more information, see http://www.streetwisecadlink.com.

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