Emergency Notification Systems and Crisis Communication – Blog

Frank McCathran Named Omnilert’s New Vice President

Leesburg, Va. – Omnilert, LLC recently announced the hiring of Frank McCathran who is now serving as the company’s vice president. He will be responsible for sales, marketing, and customer success initiatives.

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News & Events

Samantha Leland

Omnilert Announces New Network Status Dashboard

Omnilert is pleased to introduce the new Network Status dashboard. This new resource allows customers to access live updates related to the Omnilert Network. The genesis was to provide full transparency to our customers and to fulfill our quest to be continually responsive to our customers’ needs and requests.

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News & Events, ENS Implementation & Management

Scott Howard

The power of Scenarios… Now also on the Apple Watch

There’s an instant rush of adrenaline when someone first realizes that a crisis has started.  The mind races, working to process a stressful situation.  There’s confusion and fear; there’s a lot that needs to be done—and every moment counts.

 

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News & Events, Automating Emergency Notifications

Samantha Leland

Virginia Representative Comstock Taps Omnilert to Learn About Latest Advances in Emergency Communications Technology

Omnilert, the pioneer in mass emergency notification systems, was recently host to Virginia’s 10th District Representative Barbara Comstock, providing her with a view into the latest advances in critical communications technology. Omnilert created the first emergency notification system for schools, e2Campus, and has pioneered multimodal mass notification technologies for more than a decade.

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Omnilert

Omnilert receives Innovative Solutions Consortium Award for Most Disruptive Technology

Onmnilert's Scenarios solution received the Innovative Solutions Consortium (ISC) Award for Most Disruptive Technology.

 

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Omnilert

Comprehensive standards for campus safety

 

Today marks the official launch of the new 32NCSI (National Campus Safety Initiative) - the program inspired and initiated by the families of the victims and survivors of the April 16, 2007 shooting tragedy at Virginia Tech. This is a major milestone for those dedicated to improving campus safety.

 

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News & Events, Emergency Planning & Preparation

Ara Bagdasarian

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