APSS Announces Matt McCann as Software Advisory Executive Board Member
COLUMBUS, OHIO (September 12, 2017) – Alert Public Safety Solutions (APSS), today announced that Matt McCann, 911 Coordinator for the Madison County Sheriff’s office has been appointed as an executive board member of the APSS Software Advisory Board.
McCann, a veteran of Public Safety Communications, has been involved in the field since 1998. McCann’s daily responsibilities as the Madison County 911 Coordinator include CAD Administration, 911 Coordination, OH LEADS TAC, LEADS LASO and Ohio MARCS Coordination. He also holds APCO Certification in Public Safety Telecommunications, Fire Service Communications, and Motorola Certifications in ASTRO25 and APX CPS programming.
Madison County has been an APSS customer since 2012 and users Responder™, Sentinel™, First Due™, Rescue™, and AlertMap™. McCann brings a wealth of knowledge in APSS Product Suite™ and has assisted APSS in product upgrades and enhancements.
The APSS Software Advisory Board (SAB), welcomes McCann to the executive board and looks forward to using his knowledge and strength in the product line to drive the future development of the software and the company.
APSS is a diversified provider of public safety software products and has complete software solution packages that improves operational efficiency and increases an agency’s ability to direct first responders and protect and serve citizens.
APSS offers public safety software solutions that include Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), Integrated Mapping, Mobile Dispatch, Records Management for Law, Fire and EMS, Jail, and Information Sharing. APSS software has been successfully installed and implemented 94 new software systems processing over 31 million calls for service in 2016 across the globe. The company’s website (www.AlertPSS.com) contains more information.