The first-responders at Graham Fire & Rescue are likely the first people you’ll see if you have an emergency in and around Graham, Washington. But if your house isn’t on fire, the initial contact you make with Graham Fire & Rescue is probably going to be their website. That website needs to answer a lot of possible questions that visitors bring with them, such as are there burn bans, when are the CPR classes, and how much does the fire district spend on websites. The answer to that last question used to be, “Way too much,” that is until the GFR discovered our online solution for fire districts. Having seen what AIM did for the Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority and the Maple Valley Fire & Rescue websites, they knew we had the right product, and our development and maintenance costs are going to save Graham area tax payers thousands of dollars every year.
“AIM was very timely, responsive and understood the needs of our organization for design and implementation of our site. They have been supportive with training, maintenance and any techical issues or questions that have arisen since we engaged their services.”