• Commercial

    Stay Open. Stay Profitable.

    Nearly half of businesses never recover from a man-made or natural disaster, says the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). And among those that do, only 29% remain in operation after two years.

    As it happens, having a solid crisis communication strategy to protect people from injury and your property from damage can make all the difference between life and death, profits and bankruptcy. 

    We’ll show you how a simple emergency alert system that works with your existing technologies can enable instant, simultaneous communications with multiple audiences — staff, customers, first responders, other stakeholders — at the touch of a button.

    We’ll help you ensure the right message reaches the right recipients, instantly — even in noisy, distraction-filled environments.

    Essential Crisis Communications Capabilities

     

    ACTION PLAN - Automated plan with multimedia alerts and faster response times.

    MASS COMMUNICATION - Instant, multimedia mass notifications, customized to each audience with pre-programmed messages.

    NOISY ENVIRONMENTS & LANGUAGE BARRIERS - Scrolling and/or flashing alerts and reminders, plus pre-programmable response buttons to eliminate language barriers.

    SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITIES - Activate cameras in any space and share with security or first responders.

    BUDGET-FRIENDLY TECHNOLOGY - Integration with equipment you already have, with the ability to add new functionalities as you go.    

       

     

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