Planning for Emergencies in any enterprise is serious business and E911 compliance is critical to protecting employees and clients.
Different states have different rules for identifying a location when pinpointing an E911 call. Some locations can be quite large and rules aside, what is important is finding the caller in an emergency.
Imagine a 100,000 square foot warehouse complex identified by a single physical address. That address alone is not enough to accurately locate someone in a space that large.
That is why we implemented multiple methods to determine a caller’s location with an exceptional level of accuracy.
THE NEXVORTEX ADVANTAGE
- We use multiple methods to identify location of the caller.
- Users can dial 311 to verify the address associated with their phone.
- E911 for remote phones is supported.
- Can identify location of a caller down to a single room.
OUR SOLUTION – WHAT MAKES IT DIFFERENT
We have three methods which can be used to set up E911 properly
|METHOD||IDEAL USE CASE||HOW IT WORKS|
|Proxy Credentials||Single Office/Single PBX||Ties SIP Proxy Key to Physical Location of PBX|
|Caller ID||Multi-Office (1 building) or demand for location down to room-level resolution||Ties Caller ID data to office, classroom, or specific area of building|
|IP Screening||Multiple PBXs||Ties IP Address to proper PBX and PBX to proper location|
|Combination||Combine Proxy Credentials with IP Screening for two PBXs in two offices||Allows multiple PBXs in multiple locations to be uniquely identified|
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Some providers only use one of these methods for location identification – we support all three