Dorset, United Kingdom, June 18, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- After overcoming a difficult financial situation by improving organisational process and accountability with the support of CAMMS SYCLE solution, Dorset Fire and Rescue Service (DFRS) has renewed its license for another 4 years.
CAMMS’ Enterprise Performance Management and Business Intelligence suite SYCLE has empowered DFRS over the past three years to redefine its strategic approach, manage risk, improve performance and make informed decisions. As a result, DFRS was able to replace its disparate systems and overcome a substantial Government Grant cut.
Robert Ford, DFRS Head of Corporate Planning says, “We have used CAMMS SYCLE successfully to strengthen and broaden our planning, performance, risk and projects approaches and it is now central to our way of working. Its strength for us lies in its ease of use and the way it easily integrates into legacy systems. We look forward to continue to work closely with CAMMS in the future.”
By using CAMMS SYCLE, DFRS is able to make insightful decisions through the alignment of community expectations with deliverables and individual staff accountabilities.
“We’re proud to be a part of Dorset Fire and Rescue Service’s journey towards success and sustainability. The DFRS story is an excellent demonstration of how CAMMS helps organisations optimise performance in times of austerity," adds Adam Westbrook, CAMMS UK Acting General Manager.
CAMMS drives organisations from strategy to reality with its world leading suite of Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) and Business Intelligence (BI) solutions. Using a unique blend of strong conceptual understanding and significant technical expertise, CAMMS empowers companies by helping you visualise the “bigger picture” with fully integrated systems. CAMMS was recently recognised in Gartner’s Cool Vendors in Risk Management 2015 report.
For more information visit: www.cammsgroup.com.
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Adam Westbrook, Acting General Manager - UK
 Cool Vendors in Risk Management, 2015, John A. Wheeler, 02 April 2015