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Keeping business operations going at hospitals is vital for their patients and the communities they reside in. Especially when a severe weather alert or an adverse event strikesMore
There are more tornadoes per square mile in Florida than in any other state. When a hurricane or a major storm comes across the Florida peninsula, it has the potential to spawn tornadoes in its northeast quadrant, and central Florida is often in this area.
Keeping business operations going at hospitals is vital for their patients and the communities they reside in. Especially when a severe weather alert or an adverse event strikes
After implementing Rave Alert into its IT environment, Rancho Santiago Community College District (RSCCD) was gearing up to do a quarterly test when it needed to switch gears. Read the case study to learn about RSCCD’s best practices and how it uses the SMS Opt-in feature to temporarily keep in touch with visitors during campus events.
Smart911™ Safety Profile & Text-from-911 Helps Divert Domestic Violence Incident in Kent County, MI.
Communities across the country have used Rave Alert for a diverse range of incidents and needs. Learn about how Rave Alert was used in five cases, and why was it such a valuable asset to emergency managers, 9-1-1 directors, government officials and first responders.
Learn more about MUSC’s approach to crisis communications and best practices to communicate with its community.
Springfield, Massachusetts became the first in the state to partner with RapidSOS, Uber and Rave for greater mobile caller accuracy. This move has greatly benefitted Springfield, especially as the city adjusts to an influx of visitors in town for its new casino. Call takers can now quickly turn on additional mobile caller location data provided through RapidSOS from Uber, Apple, and Android without disrupting their systems or processes.
In November 2013, Grove City became the first location in Ohio to implement emergency response technology, Rave 911 Suite, to provide actionable data to 9-1-1 and first responders, and provide better support to community members with medical issues and disabilities.
Since deploying Rave 911 Suite in January of 2017, Newberry County 9-1-1 call takers use the Rave 911 Suite tools on over 15% of calls. Facing an increase of 9-1-1 mobile calls that provide limited information, Newberry County Sheriff’s Office added the Rave 911 Suite to improve the data associated.
Fluor Reduced Required Alert Send Steps by 67% by Moving from Everbridge to Rave Alert Fluor, a long time user of WebEOC for incident management and day-to-day operations, needed emergency notification integration with WebEOC
Leveraging Employee Emergency Notifications at Michigan State University Federal Credit UnionThe Michigan State University Federal Credit Union (MSUFCU) recognized the need for an employee emergency notification system for emergenc
When Bay County Central Dispatch mass alerts volume exceeded one million messages annually, they decided to upgrade their emergency notification system.
Stony Brook Medicine, a 603-bed facility with over 6,000 employees, leveraged Rave Alert during Superstorm Sandy to communicate with hospital staff during the 30-hour campus-wide network outage.
How a Multi-National Consumer Goods Manufacturer is Improving Communications Speed and Corporate ResiliencyIn 2015, the corporation recognized several critical issues that caused significant inconveniences for their employees and im
How Sending 911 Text Messages through the Rave 911 Suite is the Solution to Saving More Lives and Money in Ottawa County, MI.
Award-Winning Hospital Selects Rave Alert, Replacing Existing Mass Notification System with for Faster, Easier Emergency CommunicationsLike all hospitals, Carle Foundation Hospital operates on a 24/7 schedule.
The national Insurance Services Office (ISO) assessed the City of Dubuque’s risk of fire damage and emergency response and preparedness over the summer of 2015.
Nashville Emergency Communications Center (NECC) is a consolidated center providing all call taking and dispatch services for Law Enforcement, Fire and EMS in Nashville and Davidson County (TN).
New Jersey Courts Leverage AlertNew Jersey Courts Leverage Rave Alert when Superstorm Sandy comes through. Judiciary systems are challenged by the shear logistics of coordinating schedules that are constantly in flux.
Seattle, Washington, in need of an enhanced alert for citywide emergency notification system and internal department alerts and communication, selected Rave Alert after an exhaustive comparative vendor review.