State of New Hampshire Takes Control of Their Statewide 9-1-1 Database

State of New Hampshire Takes Control of Their Statewide 9-1-1 Database

New Hampshire Takes Control of Its Statewide 9-1-1 database

On September 27, 2007 the state of New Hampshire, Department of Safety, Bureau of Emergency Communications (9-1-1) went live with its state run E9-1-1 ALI database.

This was a much anticipated move towards augmenting capability, dramatically improving quality and resolution times and being fiscally responsible to the citizens of New Hampshire shares Pete DeNutte, Assistant Chief, Bureau of E9-1-1. New Hampshire will continue to bring in the best products available on the market. In this instance, not only did we gain autonomy over our solution, we also significantly reduced our fiscal allocation to legacy ALI providers.

Using database software provided by 911 Datamaster the State is performing all functions of 9-1-1 database management, ALI, and selective router update.

The State of New Hampshire has put a tremendous amount of effort into bringing the 9-1-1 database in house and we are honored that they have chosen to use our software, stated Lyle Krehbiel, 911 Datamaster CEO. This effort will allow the state to save money, but more importantly, to improve the quality of its 9-1-1 data. They are to be commended for the quality and dedication of their staff and for their desire to bring improved E9-1-1 to their citizens.

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