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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 ...

Reminiscing with a Look into 2018

As we look into 2018 and towards new and exciting technological advancements in emergency ...

Alerting is not enough: The importance of sending more than a text message

Many organizations have implemented an emergency notification system to notify their people and ...

Remembering Virginia Tech and its impacts on campus safety

Yesterday marked the ten year anniversary of the tragedy at Virginia Tech. Over the course of these ...

Automation - The Future of Emergency Notifications at EDUCAUSE 2016

Omnilert’s e2Campus program will play a key role in EDUCAUSE 2016 by presenting new communications ...

Omnilert Announces New Network Status Dashboard

Omnilert is pleased to introduce the new Network Status dashboard. This new resource allows ...

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 ...
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