Herndon, VA (PRWEB) January 21, 2014
Expanding the accessibility of higher education institutions’ emergency response plans, Irving Burton Associates’ In Case of Crisis today announced that its education-focused mobile app is now available for download on the Amazon Appstore. Institutions and organizations utilize In Case of Crisis’ solution to publish specific emergency procedures and instructions to their constituencies’ mobile devices for use before, during and after emergency situations.
“Responding to heavy adoption of Kindle Fire devices across college campuses, we’re pleased to bring the education edition of In Case of Crisis to the Amazon Appstore,” said Christopher Britton, General Manager, IBA’s In Case of Crisis. “Knowing that people typically keep mobile devices within an arm’s reach, this expanded platform support aligns with our mission to help institutions empower their students, faculty and staff with the right emergency procedures and resources in their moments of need.”
In addition to currently supporting Apple and Android mobile devices, In Case of Crisis is now available for the following Amazon Kindle devices:
The In Case of Crisis mobile solution allows organizations and institutions convenient and secure access to emergency information with features such as easy-to-read instructional and building diagrams, one-tap key contact calling, and push notifications for updates/alerts and maps. The app includes access to a library of 85 possible emergency event scenarios with templates and images. A dedicated client success team provides hands-on coaching and best practice tips for publishing emergency plans to mobile devices. Additionally, the In Case of Crisis mobile solution emergency and business continuity plans can be tailored to support the needs of each audience within an organization.
About In Case of Crisis
In Case of Crisis is a purpose-built mobile emergency response and business continuity solution designed to allow organizations to publish their specific emergency procedures and instructions via an online portal to employees’, students’ and constituents’ Apple, Android and Amazon Kindle mobile devices. With four editions including education, corporate, government and hospitality, the In Case of Crisis app promotes organization and business continuity by offering mobile users current, actionable emergency guidance when and how they need it, regardless of connectivity. In Case of Crisis is an Irving Burton Associates (IBA) service headquartered in Herndon, Va. For more information visit http://www.incaseofcrisis.com
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