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Birmingham UK, 2023 – Microsoft, a global leader in technology solutions, is proud to announce the launch of its Partner Pavilion at The Emergency Tech Show, which takes place at the NEC, Birmingham from 19-20 September 2023, alongside the award-winning Emergency Services Show. The Microsoft Partner Pavilion will serve as a central hub for Microsoft and its Partners to showcase a wide range of digital solutions specifically designed to empower first responders and drive the digital transformation of the emergency services sector. This project is driven and led by Parm Singh, Senior Business Applications Executive for Public Safety who has over 20 years of industry experience working in and with Policing delivering a number of transformational projects with partners.
The Microsoft Partner Pavilion brings together leading technology companies, system integrators, and solution providers who, as Microsoft Partners, have developed ground-breaking technologies to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of first responders. This collaborative effort highlights the collective impact of the technology ecosystem in supporting communication during emergency response efforts and advancing public safety. Recognising the critical role that advanced solutions play in emergency situations, Microsoft has pioneered a comprehensive suite of tools and services in collaboration with its Partners. These solutions enable first responders to leverage the power of the cloud, artificial intelligence, and data analytics to improve communication, streamline operations, and ultimately save lives.
Microsoft Partners already confirmed in the Pavilion include Kainos, Hitachi, Velrada, Node 4, HSO, CPS, Insight, Kin & Carta, Simpson Associates, Symity, and Altia.
In addition to the technology showcase, the Pavilion will feature an exclusive content theatre covering a range of themed topics covering safeguarding, intelligent insights and empowering front-line officers, providing educational resources and insights into the contributions made by Microsoft and its partners.
Attendees will have the opportunity to experience firsthand the transformative power of technology through interactive demonstrations and immersive showcases. Microsoft's Partners will highlight a suite of applications and services leveraging Dynamics 365, Power Platform, Office 365, Copilot and much more. These offerings provide real-time insights, data-driven decision-making capabilities, and seamless collaboration tools to enhance emergency response operations.
"We are thrilled to launch the Partner Pavilion at the Emergency Tech Show, where we can showcase the immense potential of technology in revolutionising emergency response," said Natalie Farr, Public Safety and Justice Manager at Microsoft. "Through collaboration with our partners, we aim to drive the digital transformation of the emergency services sector as a trusted advisor, empowering first responders with the tools and insights they need to save lives and protect communities."
Microsoft's partnership with The Emergency Tech Show underscores the company’s commitment to supporting emergency services and advancing the critical work performed by first responders.
To learn more about Microsoft's Partner Pavilion and explore the innovative solutions on display, visit the Microsoft Partner Pavilion at The Emergency Tech Show, taking place on 19-20 September 2023 at NEC Birmingham.
Taking place on 19 - 20 September, the Emergency Tech Show will launch alongside the award-winning The Emergency Services Show.
The Emergency Tech Show will be the UK’s largest showcase of emerging technologies and innovations that are driving change in emergency services. As the rise of technology revolutionises the way the industry operates and responds to crises, it's more critical than ever to make informed technology investments and decisions that are right for your organisation.
Get ready to collaborate and connect with the tech innovators looking to set the pace to provide resilient and effective solutions for public safety and emergency response.