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Emergency Reporting Overview

Bellingham, WA
51 to 200 employees
2003
Company - Private
Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
Unknown / Non-Applicable
ImageTrend, Zoll Data Systems, ESO Solutions
Serving more than 125,000 first responders, nearly 6,000 agencies and 165 military installations worldwide takes individual effort and experience from each department. Whether it is providing an excellent user experience in the field or solving a support issue with a smile ... Read more

Mission: Our mission since 2003 has been to offer the easiest-to-use, most flexible, secure, trusted, web-based and cloud-based records management system for Fire & EMS agencies, as well as one of the best places to work in Bellingham, Washington.

Emergency Reporting Reviews

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Emergency Reporting Executive Director Ed O'Neill
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    I have been working at Emergency Reporting full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    Emergency Reporting is one of the fastest growing tech companies in Bellingham. It offers solid benefits, flexible work schedules, and a new headquarters at Barkley Village. Contrary to other reports here, they offer fair and competitive compensation. I have learned that the leadership consistently benchmarks all job categories against industry salary data, and anyone that is undercompensated based on averages gets an immediate adjustment. Very few companies take compensation this seriously, and ER seems to do it right.

    Cons

    It's not fully clear how the company will keep up with growth and plans. The development team feels there are significant challenges with our software, so if you are a tech person reading this we probably need your help.

    Advice to Management

    Keep up the transparent, open, and caring attitude from the leadership team.

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Emergency Reporting Photos

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Emergency Reporting photo of: Event Sponsor at NW Tech Expo - May 2017
Emergency Reporting photo of: One of many Regional Training Conferences provided by Emergency Reporting
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Emergency Reporting photo of: Halloween 2016 - Group Award Winners
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Emergency Reporting Interviews

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    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Emergency Reporting.

    Interview

    Initially had a phone interview with my boss and Executive Director. Then flew to Dallas for the first interview. The interviewer spent all day showing me the ropes while interviewing. The evening was capped off by a private plane ride. I then flew to Bellingham for a panel interview with many of the companies managers. Afterwards had a nice evening meal with the Executive Director to further discuss the company's goals and direction.

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