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Getting 911 right: How to ensure compliance, minimize risk, and protect employee safety in the hybrid workplace

Although the final phase of RAY BAUM’s Act went into effect more than a year ago, many enterprises still struggle to understand what it means to be compliant. 

You’re on the hook for providing emergency responders with an accurate dispatchable location for your employees, whether they’re in the office, or wherever ‘work from home’ means. 

But with challenges around location provisioning and detection for nomadic users, you probably  also need a specialized emergency solution to make on-premise and cloud-based comms compliant. 

Join our upcoming webinar on January 25 at 2:00 PM ET to hear Robin Erkkila, Bandwidth’s E911 Solutions Engineer, and Irwin Lazar, Metrigy’s President and Principal Analyst, talk about: 

  • What RAY BAUM’s Act and Kari’s Law mean for your business
  • Evaluating the 911 tech stack you’re using to communicate now
  • How to plan for the future of your comms plans
  • The 3 stages to creating a compliant solution across all work locations

Robin Erkkila: 911 Sales Engineer

Robin has worked in the public safety technology industry for over 16 years. He has held senior level positions and has extensive experience deploying solutions in several segments of the 911 industry, from originating service provider networks (wireless and VoIP) to PSAPs, and NG911 ESInet solutions in between. Many of the enterprise regional systems, state-wide NG911 networks, and several rural PSAPs have benefitted from Robin’s expertise. As the Bandwidth 911 SE, Robin supports 911 business development and strategies.

Irwin Lazar: President and Principal Analyst, Metrigy  

Irwin Lazar develops and manages research projects, conducts and analyzes primary research, and advises enterprise and vendor clients on technology strategy, adoption and business metrics, Irwin is responsible for benchmarking the adoption and use of emerging technologies in the digital workplace, covering enterprise communications and collaboration as an industry analyst for over 20 years.