Ohio software firm aims to save time on 911 calls

Many employees at Creative Microsystems Inc. are also responders


By Marc Katz
The Dayton Daily News

ENGLEWOOD, Ohio — Mark Jordan, like many employees at Creative Microsystems Inc., is a part-time first-responder. He works as a deputy with the Shelby County Sheriff's office in Sidney, where he lives.

He also works in the public safety division of CMI, which recently installed new software for the Englewood police, fire and EMS departments and that will allow for a more efficient system that saves an operator's time when responding to emergency calls.

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