Whether you’ve got a minor disruption or a serious crisis, you need to reliably reach people in real time, no matter where they are. The RedFlag mass notification system is the industry’s easiest-to-use crisis communication system with a robust set of features for critical events such as:
|Severe Weather||Communication Network Failure||Active Shooter||Machine Malfunctions||Security Breach|
Our simple, multi-channel communication system allows you to write once and post simultaneously to:
Pocketstop RedFlag is a mass notification system that makes it easy to send timely, personalized, relevant messages to large groups, small groups, or a specific person. Recipients can even set their own preferences and customize how they would like to receive messages, ensuring that they’re easy to reach when it matters most.
Your recipients can even notify you via text about issues or security alerts. With Two-Way Chat, Polling, and Acknowledgment, your recipients can respond to your messages with their own alerts and updates, allowing you to know what’s happening and analyze real-time feedback.
Redflag allows you to compose a notification once and send it to multiple channels with the click of a button – even directly from Outlook or our iPhone and Android apps. Manage all of your notifications with an easy-to-use dashboard, generate detailed reports, and automatically import users’ data from third-party software.
An emergency arises with a shooter entering your building. You need to communicate to everyone assigned to that location.⟩
Blast an alert via voice call, text, and email to the 1,000 people assigned to the building asking them to evacuate immediately and to acknowledge when they are safe.⟩
You then follow up with the 30 (as opposed to all 1,000) who didn’t respond. The new message includes a response number, starting a two-way text conversation with management.⟩
With the two-way text conversation, your recipients can communicate why they are not safe or if they have direct insight into the threat – like I’m hiding in a closet, or the active shooter is on the 2nd floor of the ABC building, etc.⟩