Responserack is the middle-of-the-night simple emergency Reporting System alternative your firefighters and administrators will enjoy.
Emergency Reporting Software was a pioneering web product decades ago, and was quite useful (before FEMA NFIRS created free tools like eNFIRS) allowing fire departments to keep records and run reports.
Legacy That said, a lot has changed in the past two decades. Emergency Reporting has become an exceedingly dated legacy product (both in underlying technology and user experience) that remains proudly a records management system; a dry database of incident reports, database records and various reports.
Back Office Emergency Reporting is neither convenient nor accessible to most firefighters; it neither serves their needs nor satisfies their interest. ERS is - at best - a legacy “back office tool” for tolerant administrators, not firefighters.
Switch to Responserack to meet your needs for NFIRS 5.0, and satisfy both your administration and firefighters. Volunteer fire departments can migrate to Responserack in under a week.
Modern / Mobile firefighters need the right information at the right time, they need mobile simplicity, and firefighters (especially volunteer firefighters) need limited NFIRS complexity. Firefighters need information delivered to them; effective tools designed for their needs, not designed by NFIRS compliance.
Responserack brings information up to the firefighter, on their terms; presenting it simply and effectively. Responserack engages firefighters with their fire department data.
Responserack helps firefighters, yet also powers administration.
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Check out our fire department software for our understanding of what to look for in fire department software today, and for the future. Times have changed and modern volunteer fire departments require different abilities to inform, engage and retain their volunteers.
Disclaimer: This website is not affiliated in any way with Emergency Reporting, and the information on this page is not endorsed by that organization.