Set it and forget it — syncs automatically to your current database of record and performs ongoing proactive checks so you’ll always send the right message to the right people at the right time.
Backed by public safety grade infrastructure, over 1.2 billion notifications annually and in excess of 4,000 SMS messages/second.
Notify your community from anywhere via any Internet-connected device. Send out multimodal messages simultaneously from a single launch point.
Send unlimited messages in 60+ languages to reach your entire population. Set up numerous administrators and their access based on roles.
It only takes three clicks to send a message in an emergency via text, email, desktop, voice, IPAWS-OPEN, WebEOC, public address systems, social media, digital signage, Smart911® app and more. Most administrators can be trained in under two hours, while users with fewer access permissions can be trained in a matter of minutes.
Instantly deliver notifications via desktop, SMS, voice, email and more all through one system. Take a look at how simple it is to send a desktop notification with this new feature.
Enables contractors, parents, sports fans and other temporary guests to sign up for alerts by texting a keyword or a short code, without being added to your database of record. Set up alerts for a specific timeframe and when they expire, these visitors would no longer receive notifications.
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Rave Alert enables organizations to alert their communities instantly when seconds count. Administrators can send out multimodal notifications in rapid succession through an easy-to-use, customizable interface from any Internet-connected device. From everyday usage to a catastrophic event, administrators can send out thousands of messages to residents, students, faculty, employees and guests instantly and reliably — all in three clicks.
Rave Alert has also been certified by the United States Department of Homeland Security under the SAFETY Act (Support Anti-terrorism by Fostering Effective Technology).
Connects to devices, such as public address systems, sirens and digital signage, that support Common Alerting Protocol (CAP). Send messages simultaneously through text, email, voice calls, social media, digital signage, sirens and desktop alerts through a single launch point.
The easy-to-use infrastructure enables you to segment lists by departments, location or any criteria you choose to send targeted messages. The Rave Alert interface can also be customized so administrators can have tools and options based on their role or needs.
Administrators can view real-time updates about the success of their alerts, as well as confirm notification delivery. Detailed reports include alert content, responses, notification speed and success/failure by delivery method, providing insight into the effectiveness of your alerts.
We have a wide, vast, divergent community and we need to get organizational crisis communication out to them. Rave Alert was the only way we could guarantee each and every person within our entire enterprise is getting messaging that we need them to get.
Medical University of South Carolina
Rave Alert has been an amazing communication resource for our community. The ability to customize has helped us meet our county’s specific needs, while ensuring that we deliver the right message to the right people at exactly the right time.
Eaton County Central Dispatch