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White paper: Top Reasons Users Switch Emergency Notification Systems

Date: 2015-05-18
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In the wake of tragedies like 2007’s Virginia Tech massacre, the deadliest mass shooting to ever take place on U.S. soil, institutions around the country began enhancing their emergency communications protocols to include a more effective method for reaching an increasingly mobile population during a crisis.

This demand for more effective emergency communications led to a surge of Emergency Notification System (ENS) providers entering the market who, at first glance, appeared to offer almost identical capabilities. It was only after an ENS was implemented that system-specific defects and lack of functionality were discovered.

In a client survey of administrators from K-12 schools, higher education institutions, state/local governments and businesses, Regroup, a leader in emergency notification systems, took the opportunity to delve into the motivating factors that lead users to explore alternative emergency notification solutions. They posed the question: "Why did your organization decide to switch emergency notification providers?"

Find out the top five reasons your peers gave for switching providers by downloading the free white paper here.

Also see our special White Papers page, which lists many public safety relevant documents about technology systems like this one - click here.

- Corporate News/ (via ReGroup, 5/7/15)



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