South Carolina 9-1-1 Center Moves CAD Software to the Cloud
Thursday, January 09, 2020 | Comments

Charleston County (South Carolina) Consolidated 9-1-1 Center signed a contract with RapidDeploy to replace its on-premises CAD system with RapidDeploy’s cloud-native dispatch platform. The move to a cloud-native platform will give Charleston County access to modern features like real-time traffic information and incident feeds, allowing a faster and more informed emergency response, a statement said.

Moving mission-critical infrastructure to Microsoft Azure Government also improves resilience and security. Charleston County tested RapidDeploy extensively during the past two years to evaluate the functionality and performance of the system.

“Implementing RapidDeploy’s platform will provide us with modern real-time capabilities for dispatchers as well as first responders,” said Charleston County Consolidated 9-1-1 Director James Lake. “We are very excited to move forward with this CAD platform that supports emerging technologies.”

“We are very excited to bring our future-proof technology to Charleston County,” said CEO and Co-Founder of RapidDeploy Steven Raucher. “Charleston County is a great partner, leading the way for the entire country.”

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