Mass Communication Tools to Accomplish Your Safety and Security Goals
Mass communications tools help facilitate daily communication between teams via phone, text/SMS, email, paging systems, and other channels. It allows building management and their teams to communicate to dispersed workforces, closely monitor progress, and allocate resources where and when they are needed.
A communication platform gives each member of the project direct access to critical information and collaboration is further enhanced by keeping everyone on the same page at all times. Many platforms accomplish this goal but is the platform you are using the right one for you?
During this webinar you will learn:
1. The ease of use of these platforms.
2. Effectiveness of geofence messaging.
3. Emergency alerts when seconds count.
Course length: 41 minutes
CE Credits: 0.68
Expires: 7 days after first access
Vice President, Global Implementation Services, LiveSafe Mobile
Maili Neverosky is Vice President of Global Implementation Services for LiveSafe Inc. She leads a team that is responsible for the implementation of new product features, services, and day to day successes of LiveSafe customers. She works cross-functionally across four departments to improve processes and increase productivity for an exceedingly demanding customer base that spans the Fortune 1,000, colleges and universities, government agencies and a growing number of K-12 schools.
Vice President, Operations, Western Region, Kastle Systems
Bob Cutting is an experienced operations and product development executive who has spent the past two decades working with leading-edge technology companies bringing IoT solutions to market in the security, business intelligence, and smart building industries. Bob recently joined Kastle Systems to lead Product Management for Kastle’s smart office security platforms. Prior to Kastle, Bob served as VP of Product Management for ObjectVideo, Co-Founder & COO of Prism Skylabs and Managing Director at Dimension Data, formerly Proxicom. Bob holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Rochester and an M.B.A from The George Washington University.