DATAMARK Team Adds Public Safety and GIS Experts to Ease Transitions to NG 9-1-1

The DATAMARK team at Michael Baker International is expanding to include new experts in mapping, 9-1-1, public safety and geographic information systems (GIS). These new subject-matter experts (SMEs) will make sure customers have easy and consistently dependable access to mission-critical information in life-critical situations.The new hires will also help simplify the transition to NG9-1-1 for addressing authorities, GIS data providers and 9-1-1 authorities.

This news follows the recent announcement about the team’s new solution, DATAMARK™ VEP, that’s revolutionizing the public safety transition to NG9-1-1.

“Our growing team offers our customers unique perspectives and experience in both GIS and public safety, which is something that differentiates us from our competitors,” said Sandi Stroud, Associate Vice President, Public Safety GIS and DATAMARK lead. “NG9-1-1 is a catalyst that expands the list of public safety stakeholders and includes complex new GIS data requirements. These new team members will use their varied, complementary skills to streamline data synchronization processes and solve GIS and public safety issues our customers will face in the transition to NG9-1-1.”

The new public safety and GIS experts will train and educate local and state agencies on the complexities of NG9-1-1 readiness requirements. Team members include:

The new SMEs, along with Sandi Stroud and fellow DATAMARK leads Steve Bein and Kenny Miller, will be onsite at the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) 2018 Conference & Expo in Nashville in DATAMARK’s booth #729, June 16–21.

BY DATAMARK / June 15, 2018

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