Regardless of what industry you’re in - education, healthcare, manufacturing, government, corporate enterprise, or hospitality - communicating effectively with busy staff and employees can always be a challenge. The stakes increase when an unexpected emergency situation occurs. In today’s society, people expect to be notified and to be provided guidance on what they should and shouldn’t do when these emergency situations transpire. In any business, of course, exceeding your people’s expectations is paramount.
Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas continues to provides their students, staff, and facility with immediate communications for any emergency that may occur at Tarleton State using Omnilert’s e2Campus. Their emergency notification system, known as Code Purple, is used to send different types of alerts through multiple devices for emergencies ranging from inclement weather to intruders on campus.
Leesburg, Va. - Omnilert, LLC is proud to announce the hiring of Peter Bloom who now serves as the company’s Chief Operating Officer. He ensures the achievement of short and long-term goals for the organization’s ongoing operations which support Omnilert’s overall strategy. Although Bloom has been general counsel at Omnilert for almost five years, he is excited to start his journey full time with this devoted team.
It’s been just a few short months since customers began using Omnilert 6 for their critical communications, and in the last few weeks hundreds of organizations have been moved to the new platform. Omnilert’s Customer Success team have been working daily to share our experiences with the improved suite of tools. It’s exciting seeing organizations embrace the new capabilities that come with the new platform release.
It’s easy to remember that feeling of freedom when leaving for college. You’re no longer living under your parents’ roof; you’re living with friends and able to do as you please. For most, your only major responsibilities are attending class and maintaining good grades in hopes of landing a solid job right out of college or continuing your education. Planning out what actions you should take in case of an emergency situation is probably not at the top of your priority list. It shouldn’t have to be.