Crises Control Solutions to your Crisis Communications Challenges
Industry focused solutions
Transport and Logistics
Most transport and logistics companies work on the principle of expect the unexpected. When things change, you need a platform that will help you relay those messages to key people quickly and securely, enabling you to keep your operations flowing, and protect your people and cargo.
The aviation industry faces risks and unexpected incidents every day. When an incident hits, be it 5 miles up in the air, or in an airport on the other side of the world, you need a communications system that enables you to keep in touch with pilots, landcrews, customers and more, no matter where they are.
Financial Services and Insurance
Time is money, and a business disruption of seconds let alone minutes could cost your organisation millions. Whatever the disruption, from power cut to cyber attack, a reliable, secure communications platform will help you keep in touch with response teams, customers and stakeholders to return to normal as soon as possible.
The duty of care for the public extends to notifying them when an emergency strikes and keeping them informed throughout the incident. Effective public alerting will help responders focus on their jobs, keep people safe from harm, and even save lives.
Healthcare settings are designed to protect vulnerable people, and a service disruption could cost lives. Secure, reliable communications that won’t fail even as other systems do will help response teams, logistics managers, and managers make the right decisions at the right time.
Property managers are responsible for the health, safety, and shelter of the people in their buildings. An emergency affecting that building could happen at any time, and the property managers will immediately become responsible for responding to the incident, and for keeping the building’s occupants safe and informed.
Today’s world runs on IT and technology. When a system fails, organisations stand to lose money, customers, and reputation. When a crisis hits, you want a system that can alert IT responders in real time, and enables them to communicate without interruption independently of your IT systems.
The hospitality sector is responsible for keeping their visitors and employees safe at all times. Crises both large and small happen all the time, the trick is in managing them before they escalate. A secure, reliable communications system will help responders and managers alike communicate to keep everyone safe.
Secure, reliable communications are vital in schools who are responsible for hundreds of young people every single day. A mass communications platform can help schools protect their pupils, and keep everyone up to date with important announcements and information, not just in an emergency but every day.