|By RealWire News Distribution||
|March 18, 2014 07:16 PM EDT||
1-2 April, Stand D25, Manchester Central
London, 18 March, 2014 - PageOne, a leading provider of critical messaging solutions to the public and private sectors, has announced it is to showcase its triple-resilient alerting solution, alongside its range of smartphone apps and lone worker technologies at British APCO 2014. The company will also participate in two professional development workshop sessions, presenting some of the latest innovations whilst also exchanging knowledge and best practice for smarter working.
"Political and financial pressures are pushing the emergency services to embrace transformation at a fundamental level," says Nigel Gray, Director at PageOne. "As in previous years, we look forward to engaging with those organisations concerned with public safety, looking for two-way acknowledged alerting in order to improve resource management and deliver measurable cost and time efficiencies."
During the conference PageOne will be participating in the following sessions:
Monday 1 April 11.30-12.00
Closing the Loop with Triple Resilience Alerting - Dual frequency paging with SMS fall-back offers unrivalled resilience and is a viable alternative to the costly replacement of legacy on-site paging networks. Raymond Fegan, National Sales Manager at PageOne, discusses how this two-way technology is being used by the likes of County Durham and Darlington FRS to enhance operational response and improve communications resilience.
Tuesday 2 April 10.45-11.30
Apps for Smarter Working - Smartphone Apps are increasingly being used to enable smarter, cheaper and more effective working practices for public safety responders. Nigel Gray, a Director at PageOne will outline how the technology is being used as channel to deliver operational messaging, enhance critical communications and safeguard lone worker personnel.
For more information regarding PageOne and its solutions please visit - http://www.pageone.co.uk/
About PageOne. www.pageone.co.uk
PageOne is a messaging solutions company which enables organisations to directly engage with their customers, stakeholders and employees across multiple platforms, anywhere, anytime.
PSN approved, we provide secure and resilient SMS, voice, email, apps and paging solutions that cost-effectively ensure staff safety, increase patient access and drive efficiencies. This technological capability combined with our knowledge and understanding of our customers' needs, ensures they receive a tailored solution that securely integrates with their existing environment and transforms business processes.
Robert Hickling / Geraldine Fernandez
Tel: 020 8971 6400
Email: [email protected]
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