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Leading North American Emergency Medical Services Provider British Columbia Ambulance Service Selects NICE Inform for Improved Service
Date:6/2/2009

path to capture these and other Next Gen 9-1-1 communications."

Furthermore, BCAS has a unique relationship with E-Comm (Emergency Communications for Southwest British Columbia Incorporated), the primary 9-1-1 answering point for all of Southwestern British Columbia and a NICE recording system customer for close to a decade. BCAS and E-Comm have already standardized on the same radio network and telephone platform and BCAS' transition to the new NICE recording technology will now ensure additional interoperability, enabling the two agencies to partner on additional operational strategies that support effective emergency response.

"British Columbia Ambulance Service is notably one of the most recognized and progressive emergency medical service providers in North America," said Chris Wooten, President of NICE's Security Division in the Americas. "NICE is pleased to be able to provide NICE Inform and other NICE solutions to help BCAS continue its tradition of EMS excellence."

NICE Inform is the world's first full-spectrum multimedia incident information management solution for the security market. It provides ground-breaking capabilities for effectively managing incident information from various sources, including audio, video, text and data, streamlining information-sharing, investigations and evidence delivery. The capabilities of NICE Inform also enable agencies and command and control centers to move beyond simply capturing voice communications to centrally capturing and managing many different types of multimedia information central to investigations, such as video, mug shots, affidavits and incident reports. The unique comprehensive capabilities of NICE Inform can be tailored to the specific needs of command and control centers for first responders and homeland security, transportation, government, and private sector organizations, and deliver improved collaboration and operational efficiency to
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