Stopping to address the media Thursday, near the site of the Starbucks that was destroyed by an EF3 tornado Wednesday afternoon, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence praised Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight, local first responders and community residents. “I will tell you that walking through the neighborhood across the highway — it’s just very moving to me,” the Republican vice presidential nominee said. “... To talk to these families and family members who were in their homes and to see these homes virtually completely destroyed, but because of people’s quick thinking; because of a good early warning system here locally, there’s no serious injury — there’s no loss of life.
A fire information center has been established at the Pine Valley Fire Station. For the quickest updates and information, residents are encouraged to sign up for Everbridge to receive notifications from the Washington County Emergency Alert System by visiting http://911register.com/.
In 2015 alone Everbridge sent 1 billion messages worldwide and experienced a fifty percent employee growth, prompting an upgrade move from the Glendale office.
“The 14,000 square feet was not cutting it for Everbridge’s growing team and we sought a larger, more open and collaborative space to not only support our existing team, but also attract the world class talent we need to continue to lead the market in critical communications,” explained Garoutte.
The new office on 155 North Lake Ave is quite the upgrade to say the least. The 20,000 square foot office includes was built in the last five years and includes an entire floor.
But what if technology could bring a doctor into the ambulance in an instant? What if emergency responders could carry healthcare professionals in their pockets at all times? That’s exactly what Everbridge sets out to do. As the leader in unified critical communications, Everbridge infrastructure supports the intelligent delivery of messages to the right person, on the right device, at the right time.