Since it’s pretty commonplace these days to see TV shows about other TV shows (think “Talking Dead,” or “Watch What Happens Live”), we figured we’d do the same kind of thing.
First, let’s introduce the star: InterPortPolice. They’re a 45-year old, global law enforcement association operating in 225 jurisdictions, with officers at airports and seaports all over the world.
During the webinar, Jay talked about the importance of having a collaboration platform in his business after 9/11 intelligence failures forced agencies to rethink inter-agency communications. Jay explained:
Criminals don’t have borders, but we do. We’ve looked at responsible ways of interacting, collaborating, and sharing with our partners around the world.
The tibbr platform was our fifth platform, and we’re pretty happy with it.
Why? Jay said tibbr gave his people — 90% of whom work in the field 90% of their day — the right information at the right time. Plus, it was secure, private, and could be restricted by group, role, geography, etc.
Our agents can tap into the collective intelligence. It is crucial that our agents be able to collaborate within their units, outside their jurisdictions, and even across continents.
And finally, he talked about the importance of “knowledge retention.”
Now we can retain valuable knowledge when our agents move on to special assignments.
If you’d like to hear more from Jay, watch the webinar recording here. If you don’t have time for that, flip through all of his slides below. If you’d like to see what the tibbr Enterprise Social Platform can do for your organization, click here for a free trial.