West Midlands Fire Service

End User Compute

Who Are West Midlands Fire Service?

West Midlands Fire Service (WMFS) is the third-largest fire and rescue service in the UK & only one of two fire services in The UK open 24/7. West Midlands deliver emergency services to 2.83 million residents across seven local authority areas in the West Midlands, England.

The Challenge

WMFS were looking for a partner to design a solution that could deliver a robust and high quality Asset Management Platform with the capabilities of Deploying and Managing Windows 10 to help support the business decision to migrate to Windows 10.


Leveraging PowerON’s Kamino Deployment framework and PowerON’s Automated System Center Configuration Manager deployment with pre-built Windows 10 task sequences and deployment mechanisms, WMFS were able to benefit from accelerated delivery and adoption of Windows 10. Furthermore, WMFS’s IT teams had access to a platform enabling WMFS to manage images, applications and updates of Windows 10.


WMFS benefited from:

  • Reduced time to install and configure a Device Management Platform, capable of Managing Windows 10 Devices across the estate.
  • Single point of management for Applications, Operating Systems and Updates/Patch Management.
  • Rapid adoption to Windows 10 and having capabilities of rolling out Windows 10 to the End User estate as well as managing updates and applications.

More success stories

Norfolk and Norwich Hospital

For the first time, staff across the Trust will be able to record patient observations electronically, which are then fed into a central system so that they are always updated and available for the care professionals looking after the patient.
The system will bring huge benefits to patients, both in terms of the availability and accuracy of their information and enhancing efficiencies for staff to meet their care needs.

HH Global

After working with HH Global to understand their business needs and challenges, we implemented our device management platform, PowerON Pulse DMS, to help them with deployment, patching and endpoint management.

London Borough of Redbridge Council

As a direct result of Covid-19, the Council urgently needed to strengthen their existing remote access infrastructure, improve reliability, make it more robust and ultimately improve user experience with faster secure access to resources. Given the business-critical nature of this engagement, PowerON provided introductory calls, scoped the business and technical requirements, established commercial and partnership agreements and had a consultant onsite within 8 days of our first call with their team.


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