As solution providers of wireless communication technologies, MCA leverages a portfolio of products and experienced engineers, analyzes customer needs, designs and optimizes the best solution, deploying it on time and on budget, while ensuring it performs as specified.
With organizations facing the impact of aging infrastructure and an unpredictable economic environment, technologies to monitor performance and correct problems instantly have become vital to meeting output expectations and keeping your personnel out of harm’s way.
MCA’s Service-First DNA begins before you purchase a communications system. We take a service-first approach with our sales team and offer a communication assessment to work along side you mapping out your communication requirements. We will assess your current system hardware, system programming, coverage, processes, and feature usage. This assessment service can provide recommendations, from simple programming and user training to full system overhauls, depending on your needs. Request a consultation to get started with our service-first approach.
What does it mean to be service-first DNA? The foundation of MCA revolves around service – to our employees, customers, and communities. MCA technicians weather storms to provide immediate repair services and communication hardware for downed networks; hauling anything from radio supplies to basic human necessities to areas impacted by natural disasters. Service isn’t just a motto for MCA, it’s an integral part of who we are.
Command consoles reside at the heart of your integrated security system. These data centers and hubs of your organization’s mission critical operations need to be designed to function with maximum efficiency to detect and analyze time-sensitive incidents that can occur in the blink of an eye.
State-of-the-art security requires top-quality organization. Control room consoles need to be laid out to optimize the efficiency of your security analysts.
MCA security team will work with you to develop an optimized command center and command center response plan.