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Crises Control

Crises Control is a cloud-based solution that enables businesses of all sizes to notify staff members about crisis events and incidents via multiple communication channels. It comes with a task manager, which allows users to creat...Read more

4.86 (21 reviews)


SnapComms is an Everbridge Company - The only end-to-end critical event management and employee communication solution in the world. Designed with all workplaces in mind, our software bypasses email to inform and engage every empl...Read more

4.78 (9 reviews)


Dataminr is a cloud-based event detection and mass notification solution that helps businesses predict, analyse and mitigate operational, reputational or cyber risks. It allows users to attach images and videos to alert messages, ...Read more

5.00 (2 reviews)


Preparis is a cloud-based emergency notification solution that enables organizations to prepare and protect the workforce, properties and operations from natural disasters, workplace violence, acts of terrorism and cyber-attacks. ...Read more

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RemoteComply is a cloud-based emergency notification suite that enables businesses to manage operational risks during an emergency. RemoteNotify module comes with a notification system, which allows businesses to send emails, SMSs...Read more

4.75 (4 reviews)

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ePACT is a cloud-based health and emergency information management software designed for recreation departments, YMCAs, communities/municipalities and sports associations. The system helps users manage emergency information of st...Read more

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Opsgenie is a cloud-based ITSM and issue tracking solution that helps development and operational teams make strategies for service disruptions and remain in control at the time of incidents. It comes with native applications for ...Read more

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AlertFind is a cloud-based emergency notification and IT alerting solution that enables organizations to instantly reach employees when urgent situations arise. Using AlertFind’s multichannel communication, you can immediately ale...Read more

5.00 (1 reviews)

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TextMarks is a cloud-based text messaging solution designed to help businesses of all sizes manage SMS marketing, group communication, information sharing and more. The platform comes with mass messaging functionality, which enabl...Read more

4.76 (51 reviews)

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Swift911 is a cloud-based incident management solution that helps small to large enterprises across various industries receive automated alerts on critical emergencies. It enables users to store, view and access multiple contacts ...Read more

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Subscription models

  • Per employee/per month: This model allows you to pay a monthly fee for each of your employees.
  • Per user/per month: Users pay a monthly fee for users—normally administrative users—rather than all employees.

Perpetual license

  • This involves paying an upfront sum for the license to own the software and use it indefinitely.
  • This is the more traditional model and is most common with on-premise applications and with larger businesses.

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AlertMedia is a cloud-based emergency notification solution that enables businesses across multiple industry verticals such as energy, telecom, manufacturing, healthcare, transportation, government and education to keep staff memb...Read more

4.80 (93 reviews)

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Call-Em-All is a phone broadcasting service that provides the option to send automated phone calls, text messages and surveys on-demand. The platform provides instant emergency updates, school attendance notifications, event annou...Read more

4.74 (50 reviews)

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DialMyCalls is a cloud-based auto dialer solution that helps businesses of all sizes automate voice broadcasts, text messaging and email communications. The platform enables users to import contacts and send recorded messages to t...Read more

4.80 (50 reviews)

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DeskAlerts is a cloud-based and on-premise solution designed to help small to large enterprises send critical notifications to employees and clients across all corporate devices. It assists users with delivering predefined message...Read more

4.50 (8 reviews)

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RedFlag is a cloud-based solution that assists businesses of all sizes with sending emergency notifications in real-time. Key features include audience targeting, performance metrics, messaging, communication, data collection, and...Read more

4.96 (24 reviews)

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Tekmon is a cloud-based communication tool for teams that work in industrial and commercial environments, which allows users to manage daily operations and send out mass notifications or emergency alerts. The platform is designed ...Read more

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Orion Voice Platform

Orion Voice Platform is a communication solution that helps businesses of all sizes send emergency alerts, manage workplace inspections/audits and automate standard operating procedures. The push-to-talk module enables businesses ...Read more

4.50 (14 reviews)

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Revolution is an emergency notification solution that helps businesses in education, healthcare, manufacturing, and other industries establish communications via mass notifications and emergency alerts. It enables administrators t...Read more

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Network Emergency Warning System (NEWS) is a cloud-based solution that helps public administrative agencies issue warnings for natural disasters, traffic accidents or security breaches. It allows users to configure and send announ...Read more

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Relay is a cloud-based incident reporting solution that helps law enforcement agencies establish communications between the public and the local authorities. It enables users to send updates about accidents, traffic or suspicious ...Read more

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Buyers Guide

Last Updated: March 14, 2021

With businesses striving to become more agile, they must ensure that not only their customer-facing operations are accelerated, but also that internal communications are also fast—if not instantaneous. These communications could include instructing employees to back up data due to a software update, informing them about a policy change mandated by regulatory/management decisions, or any other important announcement.

Emergency notification software can help ensure that such communications reach all employees quickly. But how do you know which software is most suitable for your organization? There are several emergency notification solutions on the market.

That's why we have created this Buyers Guide to detail everything you need to know before making the final purchase decision.

Here's what we'll cover:


What is emergency notification software?

Emergency notification software is software designed to increase the speed and efficiency with which an organization can send emergency messages to its employees. The software automates actions such as sending out mass notifications, sharing information, and activating response teams to prevent any operational disruptions.

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Common features of emergency notification software

Different vendors offer different features in their emergency notification software tools. Selecting the right tool for your business is easier when you know what the common features are and what they do. Here's an overview.

Prebuilt templates

Use or create prebuilt notification templates to send emergency messages to specific employee groups or all employees, based on the event.

Multichannel communications

Send mass notifications to employees via different modes such as phone call, email, or text message.


Use GPS coordinates to define an area (such as entire campus or specific hall) and send alerts to all mobile devices within that area.

Alerts escalation

Escalate an incident up the authority hierarchy, if a user doesn't respond to or resolve the incident within a determined time.

Real-time notifications

Reduce the delay between sending and receiving a message; near real-time notifications allow employees to receive critical updates as soon as possible and act fast.


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What type of buyer are you?

Before you start evaluating emergency notification software options, you'll want to know what buyer category you belong to. Most emergency notification software buyers will fall into one of the below categories:

  • Small businesses (one to 49 employees): These buyers have simple requirements; they're looking to improve their process of sending alerts and notifications. Most are currently using manual methods, so they should start with basic emergency notification features such as prebuilt templates and multi-channel communications.
  • Midsize businesses (50 to 999 employees): These buyers may operate from multiple locations and have more layered teams, so they'll need additional features such as geotargeting and alerts escalation.
  • Large businesses (1,000+ employees): These buyers will prefer a single system to cover all of their communications needs. A full-suite IT communications solution that includes emergency notification as an integrated module would be the best option.


Benefits of emergency notification software

While some of the benefits of emergency notification software may be clear from our discussion above, we have called out the most notable ones below:

  • Increased message visibility: In a crisis such as internet outage or DDoS, your employees might not see an email right away. In case a telecom carrier (one that you or your employees use) is hit by any cyberattack, phone calls or text messages will get disrupted and your employees will not receive any communications over phone. There could be a number of other scenarios when all communications channels might not be accessible to all your employees. But multi-channel communications provides the redundancy that ensures all employees receive messages/alerts no matter what device/medium they have access to.
  • Geographic flexibility: If there is a malware attack or a phishing attempt at a certain location, only the employees of that region need to be alerted. Geofencing helps users send messages and alerts to a group of employees working at a specific geographic location.


Key considerations

Here are some important questions to consider before you purchase emergency notification software:

  • Mobile app availability: If you are constantly on the move, mobile apps can be useful for you. Check whether the emergency notification software you are considering offers access on mobile devices such as iOS- and Android-based smartphones or tablets. The mobile app will help you send alerts and notifications from any location.
  • Customer support: Ask software vendors if they offer support 24/7, only during business hours, or not at all. Also ask about available support modes, such as email, phone, or live chat.

Note: The applications selected in this article are examples to show a feature in context and are not intended as endorsements or recommendations. They have been obtained from sources believed to be reliable at the time of publication.