The start of a new year inspires many of us to make positive changes and improvement – and for those in the fire service, it may mean making changes at their department to improve efficiency and effectiveness. If your fire department is using outdated and inefficient software for records management and incident reporting, making a switch to better fire software is a great goal for the new year. To help fire chiefs, IT managers, and fire administrators with the process of evaluating fire software and finding the one that’s the best fit for their agency, we’ve released a free impartial buyer’s guide: How to Choose the Best Canadian-Based Fire Software – 2021 Buyers Guide.
We know that choosing the right fire records management software (RMS) can seem like a daunting task, so we created this handy buyer’s guide to help you know exactly what to look for in a high-quality RMS. The PDF guide outlines the advantages of having a high-quality fire software, as well as the top things to consider and key features to look for when purchasing new software (such as hardware and network requirements, etc.). The guide also includes a thorough checklist with steps to help you successfully implement new fire reporting and records management software at your department.
“Fire departments often spend a huge amount of time searching for, comparing, and selecting a high-quality RMS that will meet their needs for accurate and efficient incident reporting, data management, and other station management tasks,” said Stewart Smith, Product Owner at Emergency Reporting. “The options can seem overwhelming, so we created this resource to help make this often-difficult decision a bit easier.”
Download the free 2021 fire software Buyer’s Guide PDF here.
For more information about Emergency Reporting’s Records Management System, visit https://emergencyreporting.ca. For a no-obligation free trial of ER, visit: https://emergencyreporting.ca/get-a-free-trial/.