Your communications platform is the hub for every important piece of information monitored, exchanged, and managed. When you need to get the word out fast around a critical event, your people’s safety, or maybe their next decision, depends on the system’s reliability and accuracy. If you’re using your mass communications software for emergency preparedness and incident response and resolution, then you know how crucial it is that your notifications are delivered quickly and securely to the right people at the right time and place.
Keeping people safe, informed, and connected no matter where they are in the world
From weather warnings to system outages and unexpected emergencies, global companies with hundreds of locations around the world rely on AlertMedia to stay connected during important events. In emergency or time-sensitive situations, our customers use the platform to communicate with their people so they can help keep them safe anywhere in the world.
How to reach the right audience with the right message
For organizations with more than one location, accurate location assignments along with thoughtful audience grouping will ensure your communications are relevant to a particular group or location, and most importantly, received within seconds of hitting the send button.
When thinking about groups and locations, here are a few best practices:
How to stay connected to your mobile employees around the world
For organizations with mobile employees working all over the world, you should be able to use your mass communications system to reach them wherever they are. The AlertMedia platform has a strong and secure mobile presence—with live mapping and geofencing functionality, and a mobile app that allows you to locate users in the case of an emergency.
Live map tracking capabilities give you the ability to see and communicate to your audience from the map by location or geofencing, making it easy to track people, updates, and events.
When thinking about mapping and geofencing, here are a few best practices:
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