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    How swift current uses titan file secure file sharing case study How swift current uses titan file secure file sharing case study Document Transcript

    • www.titanfile.com+ 1 855 315-6012 | sales@titanfile.com Copyright © 2013 TitanFileSwift Current Case StudyIntroductionSwift Current, Saskatchewan is located in Western Canada. Home to over 16,000 residents, the city is knownfor its vibrant downtown and arts and culture scene. Swift Current is also known for its proximity to Swift CurrentCreek, the body of water that gave the city its name.Being surrounded by picturesque water can have a downside – seasonal flooding impacts the city. This meansthat each year emergency services and other related departments must spring into action with an emergencypreparedness plan. In order to better serve its citizens, Swift Current needed a way to share information onwater levels and emergency strategies.Organizational ChallengeMunicipalities are responsible for protecting the best interests of their citizens – this includes having adequatepreparedness plans in place in case of an emergency. In Swift Current, the annual potential for widespreadflooding calls for a rallying of representatives from various municipal and provincial bodies. They must all worktogether to ensure that a plan is in place to protect citizens and property from the rising waters.In the past, Swift Current relied on email chains to keep stakeholders informed on rising water levels – butthat practice can get complicated. “When using email, if you’re not organized and committed to storing emailsin folders, it can be hard to find the information you need,” explained Fire Chief Denis Pilon, CD, CFO. “WithTitanFile, all of the details were kept in one folder, making it easy to follow the conversation.”The TitanFile SolutionThe city of Swift Current used TitanFile to connect with not only local stakeholders, but also with those in theprovincial government and surrounding municipalities. TitanFile subscribers were able to share documentscontaining information on water levels at the dam, as well as the amount of water flowing through the city.TitanFile’s communication Channels also allowed stakeholders to provide as-it-happens updates of the impactof the flooding in their area.When you’re dealing with a potential natural disaster, time is always of the essence. With TitanFile, Swift Currentwas able to improve efficiency and communication in the face of an impending flood. Documents were securelystored in easy-to-access Channels, ensuring that parties had all the information required to make importantdecisions. “TitanFile kept us organized,” says Chief Pilon. “We’ll be implementing it again in the future foremergency preparedness.”Interested in learning more about how TitanFile can benefit your municipality?Contact us today to get started.Swift Current uses TitanFile to enhance emergency preparedness