Telent offering digital transformation path for emergency services at BAPCO Online

Telent will be discussing how a managed service approach can support emergency services organisations as they seek to implement digital transformation projects seamlessly and cost-effectively at this year’s BAPCO: The Online Event 2021 on 2 – 4 March. Moving to a virtual stage ahead of its annual face-to-face event on 12-13 October 2021, BAPCO Online will see professionals from all corners of the emergency services and public safety technology sector assemble for three days of knowledge, best practice and collaboration.

As more and more emergency services organisations embark on digital transformation programmes, Telent’s offering of an efficient and cost-effective managed services solution can complement and supplement an organisation’s own teams and resources.

Taking the virtual stage

A silver sponsor at this year’s BAPCO Online, Telent will be engaging directly with customers and event visitors about its managed services offering and also sharing further details about its full range of ICT and technology solutions for the emergency services sector.

Telent seeks to constantly drive the development of increasingly advanced communication solutions for mission-critical operational systems across the United Kingdom and Ireland. Its array of solutions allows for vastly improved efficiency and greater collaboration, with the managed service approach never comprising on quality and delivering defined outcomes through an ITIL service catalogue.

With customers spanning all areas of the emergency services community, including, Merseyside and East Sussex Fire and Rescue Services to Ambulance Trusts and Police Services across the United Kingdom, Telent offers technological expertise to support the entire sector.

Showcasing extensive expertise

On Tuesday 2 March at 3.15 – 4.15pm, Telent will be taking part in the Interactive Roundtable: ICT Managed Services – a path to digital transformation for the emergency services. The discussion will be led by Phil Mason, Editor of BAPCO Journal, Land Mobile and Critical Communications Today, and key representatives Barry Zielinski, Operations and Services Director at Telent and Ken Pearce, Technology and Governance Manager at East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service.

The discussion will help emergency services professionals and organisations understand how Telent’s solutions combine flexibility with defined outcomes to complement and supplement inhouse IT teams and resources whilst ensuring users can retain ownership and control. The roundtable will provide a key opportunity for organisations to learn how a managed service is very different to outsourcing.

In addition to this, Telent will be able to delve into its real-world experience and provide examples of recent case studies where this managed service approach has delivered tangible benefits to emergency services organisations across the United Kingdom.

Register now for free to speak to Telent at this year’s BAPCO Online:

You can also register to listen to the Interactive Roundtable discussion here:

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