Integration enables organizations 100% compliance with both Kari’s Law and
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Everbridge Announces Expanded Strategic Relationship to Include its E911 Solution with Cisco Webex Calling and UCM Cloud Platforms (Photo: Business Wire)
Cisco’s Nomadic E911 functionality with dynamic location support, utilizes the Everbridge E911 solution within the Webex App. When placing emergency calls from the Webex App on and off campus, emergency responders will now have accurate location information based on the network topology the administrator configures. If the Webex App determines the caller has moved to a new unknown location, users will be prompted to update their address, providing a practical way to comply with Kari’s Law and RAY BAUM’S Act.
“At Webex, our team has been hard at work reimagining the calling experience to deliver next generation collaboration capabilities,” said
Federal and state regulations have changed the market to require all multi-line telephone systems (MLTS) to provide a “dispatchable location” to an emergency services’ public-safety answering point (PSAP) when making a 9-1-1 call. In addition, regulations state that notifications must be provided to security personnel, administrators, in the form of email, text notifications and similar. Importantly,
“This powerful product integration and partnership brings together Everbridge’s leading on-premise and cloud-based E911 solutions with the breadth and reach of Cisco’s market-leading Webex platform,” said
Everbridge E911 solutions allow organizations to demonstrate a commitment to keeping employees safe and providing the assurance that during critical events, emergency responders will be able to quickly and efficiently locate employees in need.
When employees or a visitor to an organization experiences an emergency and dials 9-1-1, Everbridge E911 technology will:
- Find the location of the caller quickly, whether in a multi-story building, on a remote site, or working from home.
- Route calls to the appropriate emergency dispatch center which will be able to assist most quickly.
- Notify entities within the organization that may be able to personally assist or navigate responders to the site of emergency.
For a consultation on E911 and the impact of this strategic relationship between Everbridge and Cisco, please connect with the Everbridge E911 Service Provider Business Development Team.
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