911 Datamaster announces partnership with Greater Harris County 9-1-1

911 Datamaster announces partnership with Greater Harris County 9-1-1

GHC 9-1-1 has chosen 911 Datamaster’s ALI database software to implement its new self-managed ALI Database system. 911 Datamaster will also assist with the implementation and integration of the new system and assist with the migration from the current provider. The residents of the Greater Houston area will ultimately be the benefactor from the new partnership announced today. The multi-year agreement allows GHC 9-1-1 to bring its entire data management operation and quality process in house using 911 Datamaster’s DBMS, ALI Response, and Cellular/VoIP Steering software. In addition, a host of new Internet based tools are included in the agreement including WebDBMS and WebPSAP.

"We discovered significant advantages provided by the 911 Datamaster product suite throughout our extensive evaluation process" explains ENP Sharon Counterman, Deputy Director Greater Harris County 9-1-1 Emergency Network, "We look forward to implementing this solution and providing our citizens a high quality of service."

“We look forward to the synergies between GHC 9-1-1’s world-class operation and our industry-leading software” remarked 911 Datamaster President and CEO Lyle Krehbiel. “GHC will benefit from a host of new capabilities that legacy providers have failed to provide.”

GHC 9-1-1 administers 9-1-1 service for 48 cities, 2 counties, and in excess of 150 police, fire, and emergency agencies. 911 Datamaster, headquartered in Overland Park, KS has been providing quality ALI database software since 1993.

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