AWS Public Sector Blog
Category: Contact Center
Supporting 911 centers with non-emergency response solutions: An architecture guidance
AWS is helping the 911 community mitigate the impact of staffing shortages on call wait times by providing 911 centers the means to automate the receipt and resolution of designated non-emergency calls. Learn how the Jefferson County Communications Center Authority is already seeing improvements using an AWS solution, and discover the solution’s components that support 911 centers in handling non-emergency calls at scale.
Governments create cloud-enabled constituent engagement systems to solve challenges and innovate communities
A constituent engagement system helps governments communicate, listen, and respond to informational, service, and transactional requests from their communities. Governments across the US are embracing the cloud to optimize constituent engagement systems and improve the experience, reduce and eliminate friction for both enterprise employees and their customers, and manage first contact burdens on staffed, centralized intake points to liberate resources for higher priority initiatives.
Supporting the LGBTQ+ communities of L.A. with scalable contact center solutions
The Los Angeles LGBT Center has cared for, championed, and celebrated lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) individuals and families in Los Angeles and beyond since 1969. Today, it provides direct services for more LGBTQ+ people than any other organization in the world. The center’s chief information officer, Allen Spiegler, shares how the nonprofit adopted Amazon Connect to scale their crucial contact center services to meet explosive demand—virtually overnight.