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CentralSquare’s Mobile UX improves safety for first responders

September 19, 2019  By Staff

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CentralSquare has announced the launch of a “completely reimagined user experience” (UX) for its Public Safety Mobile Enterprise software, an in-vehicle mobile platform built for first responders in law enforcement, fire and EMS.

CentralSquare says its UX “simplifies screens, minimizes the number of clicks and proactively highlights critical data, enabling first responders to focus on the situation at hand and allowing them to quickly provide life-saving help.”

“For first responders, cumbersome software design does not just make the experience of using software more complicated; it can cost lives,” says Steve Seoane, executive vice-president and general manager of Public Safety. “Solving this critical problem compels us to develop solutions that are responder-centric, fast and seamless. With this in mind, our new Mobile UX goes far beyond the aesthetics of design; it is at the core of how a first responder understands, reacts and responds to complex and evolving events.”

To deliver immediate benefits of the new Mobile UX, the company has made it available free to all current CentralSquare Mobile Enterprise customers. Click here to learn more.


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