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Thunderbird, Kentucky State University, and University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Are Among Many Higher Education Institutions Better Prepared For Emergencies

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Many more colleges and universities across the country are implementing the e2Campus emergency notification system

LEESBURG, VA

Omnilert®, LLC, maker of e2Campus®, the leading emergency notification system for higher education, announced a long list of higher education institutions that have implemented the company’s emergency notification system to better prepare for emergencies.

A partial list of higher education institutions that have recently implemented an e2Campus emergency notification system include Campbell University, Charter Oak State College, Claflin University, Franklin University, Kentucky State University, McMurry University, New Mexico State University at Alamogordo, North Idaho College, South Texas College of Law, Southern Illinois College, Thunderbird School of Global Management, Louisiana School for the Deaf, University of Maine at Farmington, University of Nevada–Reno, University of Wisconsin–Platteville, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, University Center of Lake County, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, and Warner Pacific College.

"Thunderbird School of Global Management signed up with e2Campus's emergency alert services in order to better prepare us to quickly and effectively alert the Thunderbird community in case of an emergency," says Carol Sunnucks, Sr. Director of Corporate Communications.

Edward Field, Director of Information Technology at Kentucky State University said, "KSU wanted the ability to communicate to our campus community via text messaging, digital signage, e-mail and land lines from one unified source. We selected e2Campus as our emergency notification alert system because it was easy to setup and had a user friendly web interface for administrative management.”

Mr. Fields continued, “Beyond sending voice messages to cell phones and land lines and sending text messages to cell phones, it integrates with our existing digital signage system. There is a lot of bang for the buck with e2Campus. The cost for three year service is very competitive and they have great customer service."

About e2Campus
Used by more than 600 campuses around the country, e2Campus is the Tier-1 multimodal emergency notification network that enables school officials to self-administer and send time-sensitive messages for a fraction of the cost and complexity of existing notification solutions. There is no traditional software to install, no hardware to buy and no additional phone lines needed. A school can set up a secure notification network in minutes to send emergency notifications to their entire campus community or smaller groups, such as branch campuses, residence halls, or staff-only. e2Campus instantly and simultaneously sends multimodal alerts to a subscriber's mobile phone (via SMS text message), landline phone (via voice message), e-mail accounts, and RSS reader, plus 3rd party campus infrastructure such as loudspeakers, fire/security systems, LCD/LED digital signage, alert beacons, Facebook Pages, Twitter Accounts, and relevant school Web pages. To learn more, visit http://www.e2Campus.com.

About Omnilert
Omnilert, LLC is leading the way in multimodal mass communications for sending time-sensitive information to large groups of people. The self-service, Web-based system enables a single person to communicate timely information to thousands of people anywhere, anytime, on any device. It is ideal for announcing school closings, game cancellations, weather warnings, terrorist alerts, and marketing promotions. Omnilert’s multimodal network sends content directly to a mobile phone (SMS), traditional phone (voice), e-mail address, Web page, RSS reader, Facebook Page, Twitter account, digital sign, alert beacon, or loudspeaker. Omnilert solutions are sold under the names e2Campus, Amerilert and RainedOut. The privately held company is headquartered in Leesburg, Va., and at http://www.omnilert.com online.

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