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PPM 2000 announces integration

PPM 2000, a provider of end-to-end Incident Management software, has announced the integration of their computer-aided dispatch component, Perspective DispatchLog, with the Intelligent Notification (IN) platform from MIR3, the innovator of real-time Intelligent Notification and response technology.

August 21, 2012  By  Paul Grossinger

The combined solution enables dispatchers to initiate full-scale, managed and targeted notifications without exiting their core dispatching system. A streamlined emergency response results, offering improved coordination, reduced wait times and enhanced information sharing. Customers for this technology include corporate security personnel and emergency first responders in charge of incident management, security investigations and safety.

“The integration of Perspective with Intelligent Notification makes it possible for security managers to realize significant, measurable improvement in disaster response times by working from a single communication platform. It’s a powerful integration that saves time and, ultimately, saves lives,” says René Grossrieder, EVP of worldwide sales for MIR3.

Brian McIlravey, CPP, PPM’s co-CEO added, “In any serious event, proper and timely notifications are mission-critical to the incident and emergency management process, and expediting communication leads to better management of the incident response. MIR3 Intelligent Notification technology handles this complex task, rapidly launching a message to groups of any size, whether in one location or spread all over the world. When combined with the computer-aided dispatching technology of Perspective, the integration represents a significant advancement in the corporate security market.”

In addition to the technology integration between their systems, the partnership allows PPM to resell the commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) version of the MIR3 Intelligent Notification platform. Organizations that use both Perspective


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