Telford and Wrekin Council has deployed Alert Cascade Emergency Notification solution to provide software support to it’s public relations team. Alert Cascade Limited, the leading provider of emergency notification services, is delighted to release a case study about Telford and Wrekin’s experience.
In this study, Steven Jenkins, Head of Emergency Planning at Telford and Wrekin shares his experience of using Alert Cascade, “I have used Alert Cascade in a previous role and knew what it could do for my team in the press office. It not only allows us to proactively monitor our media relations, but it also gives us statistical information that we can use to monitor against our performance indicators.”
More than 200 clients worldwide are now using Alert Cascade to protect their business, including bmi, Bosch, Dunn & Bradstreet, Nissan, Norwich Union, Royal Berkshire Fire & Rescue Service, Siemens and Volvo. For more information on Alert Cascade’s range of business continuity and disaster recovery solutions, please call the sales department on 0207 112 1512 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Alert Cascade Limited:
Alert Cascade company specialises in a suite of software communication and collaboration solutions for Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, Crisis Communications, Operations Management and Control Room environment. Natural disaster, emergency incident, IT systems failure, product recall, the impact of terrorist or criminal activity, damage to reputation or brand-name; a crisis means different things to different people; what is common however, is the need to react and manage your way back to normality as quickly as possible. Many leading international and UK based public and private sector organisations trust Alert Cascade to provide them with ‘high availability’ secure applications that reduce the time between knowing about a mission critical situation and doing something about it. Alert Cascade delivers contingency and continuity solutions that have been used successfully in the aftermath of the Asian Tsunami disaster, during the 7/7 London bombings and for response, collaboration and recovery from factory fires, power failures, severe weather, IT-disasters, supply chain issues and numerous other incidents across the globe.