Omnilert nominated for Best Alerting Service Mobility Award 2011
Published on 29 March 2011
Omnilert, LLC, developer of intuitive communication technologies that keep communities safe and connected, were nominated for a 2011 Mobility Award.
The company is a finalist for the Best Alerting Service in the Messaging and Alerts category. Last year, the company's RainedOut service won a 2010 Mobility Award. The Mobility Awards honor the best mobile and wireless products and services in the industry. The winners were announced at the Wireless Innovators Dinner on March 22, co-located this spring with CTIA Wireless 2011.
"We were ecstatic about this nomination," exclaimed Ara Bagdasarian, CEO of Omnilert. "Omnilert has a tradition of innovation which improves more than 3 million subscriber's lives using mobile technology."
"Omnilert was the first to offer a mass text messaging service for schools to alert students and parents, called e2Campus. Omnilert was the first to offer mobile opt-in to emergency notification systems. We were also the first to offer a text-a-tip service for schools, called uTip, that allows schools to receive SMS text message based crime tips from the local community."
"Omnilert was the first to offer a FREE+ social media service, called RainedOut, that allows organizations to raise money while sending multimodal alerts. Omnilert was the first to offer an industrial-grade text message dispatch service for fire fighters, called Amerilert First Responder. And we're the first to offer a free mobile app, called uSafe, that manages the scheduling and dispatch of campus safety escorts so at-risk students can quickly and easily request an escort before trouble arises."
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