We are thrilled to announced that Gartner, Inc. has positioned Everbridge as a “Leader” in the 2012 Magic Quadrant for U.S. Emergency/Mass Notification Services report(1).
Within the report, Gartner identifies major market trends that are impacting the overall Emergency Notification market, including overall platform capacity, ease-of-use, speed, reliability of broadcast delivery and secure data center protocols. For nearly a decade, Everbridge has empowered clients around the world to respond to these trends by providing the industry’s most solid infrastructure with high availability, patented sequential dialing patterns to reach multi-modal devices, and real-time reporting and analytics to meet business needs and provide the necessary insight to make better decisions.
Everbridge invests heavily in its technology to provide the most reliable and innovative notification solutions on the market. Our easy-to-use, Web-based notification solutions are supported by an advanced elastic infrastructure that ensures a level of performance and resiliency unmatched in the industry. With a flexible data hierarchy and robust API’s that provide for simple integration with leading enterprise applications, Everbridge is the preferred choice for business continuity professionals, Certified Emergency Managers, and public safety professionals globally.
Our recent innovations include the industry’s first elastic infrastructure model, which offers near infinite scale and capacity to efficiently respond to any event, whether local, regional or global. Additionally, this winter we saw the release of Everbridge Mobile Aware™ app for iOS™, Android™ and Blackberry™ devices, an bandwidth-sipping version of our Emergency Notification solution optimized for mobile connectivity.
“We view our Magic Quadrant leader’s position as confirmation of Everbridge as a leading provider of emergency and mass notification services,” said Jaime Ellertson, Chief Executive Officer, Everbridge. “Working closely with our customers, we have developed cutting edge solutions that empower organizations to communicate with their stakeholders on any device, throughout the incident lifecycle, to protect their most important assets. Everbridge’s innovative approach led to the development of the industry’s first elastic infrastructure model, as well as providing advanced mobile connectivity to give access to our platform from anywhere.”
“Mobile technology has become a critical delivery method for EMNS. In fact, key recovery personnel — BCM managers, crisis and incident managers, and event commanders — are already equipped with smartphones and tablets, and will be coming to the crisis with these devices,” Roberta J. Witty wrote in the January 2012 Gartner report titled The Emergency or Mass Notification Service Market: Now and for the Next Five Years. “As a result, being able to perform outbound messaging from the smartphone or tablet device is a basic requirement in 2011. In 2012 and beyond, EMNS on a mobile device will take EMNS well beyond messaging and into emergency management operations and situational awareness of overall recovery management.”
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