CENTEGIX Partners with Singlewire to Expand CrisisAlert™ Capabilities
CrisisAlert™ badge and Singlewire’s InformaCast® platform enable districts to leverage existing investments.
CENTEGIX, an incident response solutions provider, and Singlewire Software, a mass notification technology developer, announce a strategic partnership to enhance CENTEGIX’s CrisisAlert™ system through Singlewire Software’s InformaCast® system.
The partnership provides the CrisisAlert system with additional mass notification capabilities to maximize school safety according to the companies. Districts now have the ability to communicate alerts through all InformaCast-connected devices to optimize emergency response.
InformaCast is a mass notification and critical event management software that reaches people via on-premises and mobile devices when an emergency occurs. By leveraging InformaCast, CrisisAlert platform notifications can be sent to all devices that the district has integrated through InformaCast. This includes full campus audio and visual notifications which can notify staff of any threat on campus immediately and discretely with instructions and next steps.
“The strong alignment between our CrisisAlert technology and Singlewire Software’s InformaCast platform makes this partnership ideal for providing schools with reliable notification systems through every available communication method to ensure staff and students are immediately notified of an emergency,” said Brent Cobb, CEO of CENTEGIX. “By joining forces, we have the ability to help schools turn their safety plans into action by creating efficient and effective responses to any crisis scenario.”
CENTEGIX’s CrisisAlert solution equips teachers and staff with the fastest and easiest way to call for help in any emergency, says the company. The wearable, lightweight badge has a single, recessed panic button, ensuring all staff has an immediate and discreet way to call for help from anywhere on campus without requiring an app or smartphone.
CrisisAlert does not require alterations to physical structures or electrical wiring and integrates into a school’s existing systems. It delivers precise alert location, immediate audio and visual incident notifications for campus-wide incidents, full campus coverage, and 100% user adoption built on a private network and without relying on Wi-Fi or cellular.
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