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A forest fire is coming. There are thousands of people in the area that may be affected. How do you get the word out to warn everyone about the emergency and tell them to prepare to evacuate? As the fire progresses and firefighters deal with the situation, how do you keep people updated so they know when they can return?
Emergency notification systems are the ideal way to maximize safety and keep people informed. With the click of a button, send out thousands of messages in minutes. By sending messages quickly, over multiple channels of communication, you will ensure that everyone gets the emergency message and stays safe.
Within a single campaign, you can send out notifications through email, voicemail, text messages, Twitter, Facebook and even fax. By sending out messages over as many channels as possible, it is more likely that everyone will receive the message in time.
No, setting it up is pretty simple. All the sending takes place online, so you don't have to install any complicated software. You can also activate emergency notifications from wherever you are, as long as you have internet access.
No. Our customer support team is always ready to assist you, of course, but the software is designed to be as simple as possible. It features a drag and drop interface so it is easy to create and edit messages in minutes. Message creation and sending is all done in a step by step process so it is simple to follow. Once everything is set up, just click the activate button to send. You can create general notifications in advance of when you need them so that they are ready to go.
Anyone can use these systems. They are ideal for government departments, police and public health and safety organizations. These groups need quick, simple and effective communication. They also require the capability to build complex communication flows that address many potential situations. Our emergency notification system provides this functionality. It also meets security needs by providing in depth user permissions for each specific user. This provides security and accountability.
Yes. Sign up here for a 14-day free trial.
on Jan 22, 2015
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