Make Confident Technology Decisions and Ensure Sustainability
Technology plays an indispensable role in the emergency response and criminal justice ecosystem — it provides essential information to telecommunicators, field personnel and practicioners, enables effective communications, enhanced decision-making and delivers faster and improved outcomes for the community.
Large-scale technology projects — such as call-handling equipment, computer-aided dispatch, records management and courts management systems — are complex and time-consuming undertakings. While they present significant opportunities, they create new challenges related to operations and policy, maintenance, integration and lifecycle support.
At Mission Critical Partners, we bring independent, objective guidance to the technology acquisition, implementation and integration process, helping clients alleviate risk, maximize their spend and improve project success. Our emphasis is on identifying solutions that put the client’s needs first and enabling them to focus on their day-to-day priorities while we ensure project success. And, we helping our clients create workflows in and around the technologies they use everyday.
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What Clients Can Expect
MCP’s experienced professionals guide clients through the procurement and implementation of mission-critical technology that enables more effective emergency response. After implementation, we assist clients by supporting their technologies throughout their lifecycle and providing integration services to connect disparate systems. Working with MCP, government agencies can expect:
- Significant cost-savings during procurement ranging from 15 to 25 percent
- A seamless cutover process
- Assistance overcoming roadblocks and avoiding pitfalls
- Reduced complexity and greater likelihood of project success
- Information technology (IT) support for greater technology and system uptime and availability
- Improved collaboration between public safety and criminal justice communities
Legacy and Cloud-Based Public Safety Technology Capabilities
Call-handling and processing systems
Computer-aided dispatch systems
Records management systems
Two-way voice and data systems
Automatic vehicle location systems
Mobile dispatch systems
Artificial intelligence (AI) and data-analytics systems
IT support and troubleshooting
Public Safety Technology Resources
Memphis Police and 911 Communications Enjoys a Remarkable Rebirth with MCP's Support
With design and technical support from MCP, Memphis Police and 911 Communications retrofitted the police department’s training academy to a state-of-the-art 11,000 square foot primary 911 center.
The Use Cases Continue to Emerge: Public Safety Drones and Considerations
Agencies across the company are adopting drones at increasing rates to enhance emergency response. This whitepaper discusses some of the use cases, the potential legal roadblocks and more.
Benefits of Working with a Consultant
Enlisting the services of an experienced partner ensures that your agency’s unique needs are addressed, and your interests remain at the forefront. See the other advantages a consultant brings to the technology implementation process.
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Lessons Learned: Navigating the Technology Upgrade Process
Listen to this virtual webinar to learn the potential pitfalls that can arise during a technology replacement and upgrade project, and the key lessons MCP has learned along the way.
Tips for Evaluating Vendor Proposals
This infographic outlines best practices to keep in mind as you prepare to evaluate vendor proposals during the technology procurement process.
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The Evolution of the Emergency Communications Ecosystem
Public safety communications is undergoing a major transformation. This whitepaper explores the factors driving the need for 911 center evolution, and insight into how to accomplish that evolution.