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Omnilert Makes Free Version of Emergency Notification System Available

Elizabeth Venafro By Elizabeth Venafro

Leesburg, VA, April 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Omnilert, the pioneer in emergency notification and management solutions, today announced the availability of a free version of its crisis communications product to small organizations and businesses throughout the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. Omnilert will enable organizations to deliver important, time-sensitive messages via multiple communication channels to ensure everyone has the latest updates on the ongoing emergency situation.


The complimentary version of this product includes one administrative account for one-way communication to subscribers through text message, email, and Twitter for the duration of the crisis, up to six months. Free pandemic communications templates and best practices can also be found on the Omnilert blog. The secure, cloud-based infrastructure is accessible from any desktop or mobile device.


“With so many people working remote and widely dispersed, organizations are in need of an instant and reliable means of mass communication for emergency notifications, as well as a way to maintain continuity of operations,” said Dave Fraser, CEO of Omnilert. “Omnilert is pleased to contribute to the safety and security of small organizations and businesses during these difficult times.”


To register for the free version of Omnilert’s emergency notification system, please visit: https://www.omnilert.com/free-crisis-communication-tool-during-pandemic

 

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