Everbridge, Inc., a global leader in critical event management (CEM) and enterprise safety software applications to help keep people safe and businesses running, today announced the acquisition of NC4, a leading global provider of threat intelligence solutions that empower businesses, government organizations, and communities to assess and disseminate risk data and information to manage and mitigate the impact of critical events.
August 5, 2019
Emergency Communications Network (ECN), a leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider of critical event management and emergency notification systems, announced it has acquired Send Word Now, known for its enterprise notification solutions. The combined companies have rebranded as OnSolve.
June 15, 2017
The new alert service, called COPsync911, will allow school personnel throughout the United States to send alerts directly to the closest law enforcement officers during an emergency.
August 22, 2013
Citizens can download the free app on their Apple or Android smartphones to be alerted to natural disasters, dangerous weather, missing persons, traffic situations, and local crimes in progress. The app is not available on Blackberry or Windows phones yet but plans are underway for a release in the near future.
August 29, 2012
The Manchester (N.H.) Police Department will begin supporting Ping4's Citizens Alerts app, a notification tool that brings a variety of public safety alerts to smart phones within a jurisdiction.
March 19, 2012
Cassidian Communications has announced the deployment of its Self-Registration Portal (SRP) by numerous U.S. public safety operations utilizing The Communicator! NXT, GeoCast Web and REVERSE 911 notification solutions.
July 22, 2011
PlantCML developed the SRP in response to a "growing need for public and private sector organizations to expand their notification reach during critical events, such as inclement weather, security breaches, and campus safety threats," according to the company.
November 3, 2010
Police, firefighters and prison officials will receive about 2,700 new radios as part of a proposed upgrade to Philadelphia's emergency radio system.
April 30, 2009