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Emergency Medical Services provider deploys comprehencive VoIP infrastructure


Emergency Medical Services provider deploys comprehencive VoIP infrastructure
Committed to provide the best of breed service to its customer base, enterprise Shippensburg Area Emergency Medical Services (SAEMS), a vendor of regional EMS (Emergency Medical Services), has updated its legacy PSTN telephony system to an ESI-200 Communications Server from company ESI, provider of VoIP and SIP telephony for the SMBs.
The brand new innovative system will operate as a collaborated VoIP telecommunications system, mounted in a freshly built, technology cutting edge, 37,000-square-foot, LEED-approved facility use by SAEMS and the Vigilant Hose Company. SAEMS selects the ESI-200 Communications Server in order to improve its fire safety and medical personnel emergency and routine daily activities, designed to boost up the building’s whole level of safety and security, as well as to manage all the associated workplace compliance – along with the massive decrease of monthly telecom expenses and investments. David Lindenmuth, one of the senior emergency procedures and operations coordinators for the region of Shippensburg, explained in an official press release, “The features that were paired and collaborated with the whole infrastructure— access control and factual presence monitoring, particularly — smoothly allowed us to view all activities of our people and ensured us quite federated control about the time-of-day and day-of-week access for each particular confirmed and authorized individual. The capability to open and close doors during a fire call was always quite important, so the elaborated ESI product gives us very tailored control of all movements and ingress. We are already acquiring huge benefits and efficiencies, massive cost savings,as well as considerably improved staff efficiency in sake of our clientele.” ESI Communications also demonstrate redundant personnel presence transparency, which brings up all the sufficient data on the presence status, call control, entrance security and recorded tracking of users’ operational hours and attendance records Glessner Alarm and Communications is taking all the responsibility of the mounting and installation of the ESI telphone system for SAEMS. The installation of the whole infrastructure will take five days, and its package includes the ESI-200 Communications Server, almost 40 phones and up to 50 RFID readers. Darcy Kline, Vice President of Communications at Glessner Alarm and Communications explained, “It is quite meaningful, that ability to manage access control as on-site, as at remote sites by an operator and time-of-day was essential for Shippensburg in matters of workplace compliance and whole working efficiency.”


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