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Outranks Competition in Vendor-Client Relationships and Product Effectiveness
Industry's First Solution for Mass Engagement Receives Emergency Communications Spaces4Learning Award
The following is a true account from an employee who joined Omnilert to support our efforts in mitigating harm and expediting emergency response. Leigh Larson is a Full-Stack Developer and has been with the company since November 2020.
Improves Subscriber Safety With Silent Alarm and Rich Telemetry
Power and network outages can impact operational business continuity and, in some cases, cause harm if left unaddressed. When it comes to mission-critical equipment, downtime can damage a business’ reputation, as well as negatively impact revenue ...
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Telos Partners with Omnilert on Secure Visual Gun Detection Solution

Omnilert Gun Detect embeds virtual obfuscation network, Telos Ghost   Ashburn, Va. and Leesburg, ...

Omnilert Completes SOC 2 Certification

Validates Omnilert as Trusted, Secure Emergency Communications Service Organization   Leesburg, ...

Omnilert Introduces the Industry's First Solution for Mass Engagement

Empowers Small Safety Teams to Have Rich, Targeted Interaction with Large Groups of People

Omnilert Receives Gold Medal in Software Reviews

Outranks Competition in Product Capabilities and Customer Support

Crisis Communications: An Interview with Gerard Braud

Gerard Braud, CSP, Fellow IEC is an international coach, trainer, author and professional speaker, ...

3 Predictions for Emergency Communications in 2021

As we approach the end of 2020, some projections can be made as to what we can expect from the ...
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