teamSOS and SIMS: A partnership for School Incident Management

Bridget McGinley CEO of teamSOS contacted us to inform us of a new partnership between the two organisations allowing SIMS Users to access a modern communication toolset that enables staff to handle incidents and emergencies in real-time.

She said:

“This integration marks a new milestone in school management. Our transformational partnership with SIMS enables staff to instantly report issues and emergencies and get the support and help they need, right from the heart of the SIMS system.

This powerful integration saves time at every stage for school staff, empowering staff to resolve incidents efficiently and effectively. We are delighted that SIMS has chosen to integrate teamSOS and provide a cutting-edge incident response and resolution system for their customers.” 

Existing teamSOS users report that the solution improved behaviour and attendance, provided unrivalled real-time response during emergencies and delivered a positive impact on staff wellbeing, with increased support and help on hand.

SIMS Sales Director, Lorin Clough said:

“SIMS is committed to providing the most comprehensive software for the management of schools. Incident response and reporting is a critical part of this, and schools have significant duty of care responsibilities to ensure they act quickly, effectively and then track this in their school reporting. Working with teamSOS our customers can now do this from within SIMS – streamlining the process and ensuring staff have access to critical data that can improve how they respond to any incidents as they happen”. 

Some of the key benefits of the integration are:

  • SIMS users can now launch teamSOS directly from the SIMS desktop to report incidents and emergencies instantly, and leverage innovative communications tools for real-time support.
  • Effortlessly sync data between platforms, with automated incident reports seamlessly consolidating back into SIMS.

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