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Webinar Recap: RapidSOS Insider Episode 1 – The Early Adopter: How to Drive Innovation While Working with Vendors

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]On Wednesday, September 16th, we debuted the first episode of our latest webinar series, RapidSOS Insider, on the topic of driving innovation with vendors. Our host, Karin Marquez, was joined by Bob Finney, Communications Director at Collier County Sheriff’s Office; Liz Graeber, Administrator of Maricopa County 9-1-1; and Christy Williams, Director of 9-1-1 at North Central Texas Emergency Communications District as they discussed how to drive innovation with next generation 911 technology. In this RapidSOS Insider episode, these three pioneers explain how they’re leading the industry to solve existing challenges in new and unique ways.

WEBINAR ON-DEMAND:  RapidSOS Insider Episode 1: The Early Adopter: How to Drive Innovation While Working with Vendors. Watch on-demand now.  

This on-demand webinar provides an opportunity for you to learn why it is important to open up your mind to adopt and test next generation 911 technology and solutions. You will learn what it means to be an early adopter and why flexibility and adaptability are essential traits to becoming an industry leader. 

In a time of rapid innovation, many technology companies have developed solutions that aim to support emergency response. You will learn how to identify the types of companies you should partner with in order to drive innovation and solve existing challenges for your Emergency Communications Center. The panelists also discuss reasons agencies should feel empowered to participate in pilots and beta testing and how to get their partners to embrace their vision.

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn from three seasoned Emergency Communications Center experts on key topics from getting your staff to accept and adopt new technologies to navigating existing challenges in public safety with unique solutions. Don’t miss out on Bob, Liz, and Christy’s empowering stories as early adopters who help encourage fellow Emergency Communications Centers to have the confidence to retire legacy thinking and experience new solutions.

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