My Fire Rules - Zoll RMS Integration

My Fire Rules - Zoll RMS Integration

In order to integrate the scheduling platform with Zoll RMS software; we recommend contacting Myfirerules. They will initiate the integration, and maintain it through their system. 

"The integration provides:

-Simple to Configure and Simple to Implement solution
-Integration between scheduling “Assignments“ & RescueNet FireRMS “Units / Stations / Battalions / Divisions“
-Integration of Ranks (indirectly from RescueNet FireRMS)
-Fully-Automated 15-Minute – Scheduled Data Pull from scheduling API (on MyFireRules webserver)
-Fully Automated FTP Fetch of ROS02 Files (from MyFireRules webserver)"

This setup must be configured manually by 

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