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Molly Hausmann

Molly began her career working in management consulting for Accenture and then Oppenheimer Funds where she specialized in IT solutions implementation, vendor management, and program/project leadership. At Intterra, Molly drives all operational activities that relate to customer success: onboarding, product support, and account management.

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How Intterra is Supporting Customers During COVID-19

May 7, 2020 6:23:33 PM / by Molly Hausmann posted in Technology

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Intterra holds a steadfast approach to supporting public response teams during current times of emergency. As the premier decision support engine for the fire service, Intterra provides an array of tools designed to arm first responders and fire chiefs with mission-essential, time sensitive data. As individuals begin grasping a newfound reality, fire and emergency service teams remain dedicated to ensuring public safety. 

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The View is Pretty Great in the Passenger Seat

Oct 13, 2016 2:49:12 PM / by Molly Hausmann posted in SituationAnalyst, Situational Awareness, Wildfire, User Interface, fire mapping, Analysis

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Had you told me 3 years ago that in 2016 I was going to be riding in the passenger’s seat to help Colorado’s experts in wildland firefighting get their hands on a new fire prediction model, I would have kind of squinted my eyes at you (that’s my puzzled look, not angry) and said, “Come again?"

For that matter, you could have said that to me in January of this year and I might have had the same response—that’s just how quickly new, cool data integrations heat up at Intterra.

 

We recently enjoyed a significant milestone in our joint venture with the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control (DFPC) and the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) to add the latest exploration into the CAWFE® model for fire prediction. That’s CAWFE®, sounds a lot like “coffee” with emphasis on the front-end “caw."  After years of research and development, NCAR and DFPC unveiled the Colorado Fire Prediction System to a group of trusted users via SituationAnalyst (SA).

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