Norwegian Government Strengthens Countrywide Preparedness for COVID-19 with Everbridge

Everbridge, Inc. (NASDAQ: EVBG), the global provider of critical event management (CEM) has announced that its market Public Warning solution now reaches subscribers across all three mobile networks in Norway using location-based mobile messaging, the company said.

The implementation of Everbridge´s Public Warning solution with the third of Norway´s three mobile networks was completed in just nine days, and has been instrumental to countrywide communications during COVID-19. Last week, the Norwegian Directorate for Health sent a record 5.4 million messages to every mobile phone in Norway related to COVID-19.

The Directorate for Health also sent a message to all non-Norwegian phones roaming inside the country recently in English, French, German, Spanish, Polish and Russian, providing critical instructions for foreign nationals. Everbridge Public Warning can automatically detect the nationality of a person´s mobile device, without the need for any personally identifiable information (PII), and then send messages in the appropriate language to improve the effectiveness of communication to visitors and international travelers.

Representing Everbridge´s latest country-wide deployment, Norway relies on its Directorate for Health to send critical messages to mobile phones before, during and after an emergency. With Everbridge, The Directorate for Health is able to reach Norway´s over five million residents and the country´s even larger number of approximately eight million annual visitors.

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. Everbridge is based in Boston and Los Angeles with additional offices in Lansing, San Francisco, Abu Dhabi, Beijing, Bangalore, Kolkata, London, Munich, New York, Oslo, Singapore, Stockholm and Tilburg. For more information, visit