Our recently launched Mass Notification System uses the power of mass messaging to reach out across an organization of any size. A phone call or an SMS text message informs staff that an emergency exists and tells them what action to take. The system is so flexible it can even be used for day-to-day organization-wide announcements from the CEO, HR or facility management.
Working from a simple on-screen dashboard, all you do is prepare your message, set up a list of mobile and fixed phone numbers (which can be grouped if necessary) and you’re ready to go. Phone calls can be pre-recorded (using the Webtext system) and left as templates ready to use. The recording can be made in the user’s voice or, thanks to text-to-speech technology, created from a typed script. And there is the option to use SMS text messaging where it’s considered more appropriate (only to mobile phones, of course). Multiple messages can be prepared in advance, to meet the special needs of different situations such as fire, flood, contamination or just practice drills.
Administrators receive instant feedback so they know who has received their message and who has acknowledged receipt. A visual indication shows the status of an exercise as it progresses. And a report can be generated to show who was called, who responded and who did not.
The response to this innovative system is extremely positive. Manufacturing plants, hospitals, universities and schools – they’re all seeing a role for Mass Notification within their emergency plan. Or simply as a great communication tool to keep staff fully appraised.
For further information, contact:
J.J. O’Malley, Business Development, Webtext
Email: sales at webtext.com