Most fire departments are responding with limited dispatch information – often, only address & call type – it’s time to change.
Cities are constantly being challenged and communities are growing at an increasingly rapid rate.
I’ve been a firefighter for 16 years: it was the 9-11 attacks on the Twin Towers in New York that inspired me to make the decision to join the fire service. I’ve been working alongside fellow firefighters protecting our communities, responding to virtually every type of call imaginable. Cities are constantly being challenged and communities are growing at an increasingly rapid rate, this means Fire Departments must keep up, often doing more with less in order to maintain the highest levels of service.
By leveraging a smart mobility solution with up-to-date data will ensure better responses and make your community safer.
- is intuitive/easy to adopt and use
- fits your needs and the way you operate
- integrates with other software that you use
- provides seamless interoperability with mutual-aid (auto-aid) partners
- is fast, mission-critical, and up to date
Fire Departments need these capabilities, and APX understands that. Take it from our customers;
“Not only is it easy and more effective than previous methods, but it also improved our efficiency by more than 300%. Reports are high-level and the analytics are available in minutes.”
Request a pre-plan and have it delivered right to your mobile phone. See for yourself, the power of today’s technology and how the APX software is helping Fire Departments keep their communities safer.
About Richard O’Keefe
Richard joined the fire service in 2004. The September 11 attacks on the Twin Towers had a massive impact on us all and it was no different for Richard. He saw brave firefighters risking their lives to save community members and each other. Richard was certified as an EMT, and soon after completing his entry-level firefighter certification he became a paramedic, engineer, and was later promoted to Captain. When Richard is not at the firehouse, he’s involved with the team at APX Data, helping bridge the software gap for Fire Departments across the United States. He believes in providing the right tools to firefighters, so they can make sound decisions to keep their teammates & community safer.
The Traditional pre-incident & inspection planning process was cumbersome, time-consuming, and unreliable – so much so that many Fire Departments have struggled to meet the standard.