Everbridge, Inc. (NASDAQ: EVBG), the provider of critical event management (CEM), has announced that the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has selected Everbridge as its new mass notification provider for its statewide COMMalert program, the company said.
Massachusetts intends to implement COMMalert in phases, with additional capabilities added over time. The state contract also provides a purchasing vehicle for local municipalities and state universities to purchase their own critical event management solutions.
Everbridge provides the world´s most widely used population alerting platform reaching over 550 million people and has been selected to power the individual countrywide public warning systems of Australia, Greece, Iceland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, and Sweden; statewide systems of the most populous states in the US including California, New York and Florida; as well as F500 companies and over 3,700 other municipalities, counties and cities globally within 49 of the 50 United States, within all provinces across Canada, throughout Europe and Asia, and including deployments within some the most populous states In India.
With statewide contracts in Connecticut and Vermont as well, Everbridge has helped establish New England as a strong region of operational resilience, supporting many of the area´s largest airports, universities, hospitals and businesses. Within the state capital of Massachusetts, the Everbridge network of emergency management customers includes the Boston Police Department, the Boston Public Health Commission and the Boston Fire Department. The company´s CEM platform facilitates internal communications so these organizations can effectively manage the millions of people that are present in downtown Boston and, if necessary, respond quickly to any disruptive events.
Everbridge is a global software company that provides enterprise software applications that automate and accelerate organizations´ operational response to critical events in order to keep people safe and businesses running. For more information, visit www.everbridge.com.