Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) June 11, 2014
Emergency Visions, Inc. (EVI), the leading provider of cloud-based Disaster Resource Management (DRM) solutions, is proud to announce that they will be participating in the 4th annual Citizen Engagement Seminar in Washington, DC on Thursday, June 19, 2014. The seminar will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
The focus of the seminar is a technical/end user facing conference highlighting how citizen engagement products and services are being utilized in the government space. EVI Chief Evangelist and Founder Shawn Smith will speak on “Disaster Resource Management: There’s an App for that”.
Mr. Smith will focus on how communities utilizing a cloud and mobile approach to Disaster Resource Management can provide operational visibility, facilitate event & resource management, as well as providing true situational awareness to all responders and leaders.
The event is expected to attract Government employees and leaders focused on recent citizen engagement/open government initiatives from the Washington Metro and beyond. Mark Morel, EVI’s CEO and Chairman said, “We are excited to attend and participate in this Carahsoft event. Citizen engagement and information sharing for government employees is a hallmark of our ResponseVision® 4.0 solution.”
EVI will be available on site to answer any questions and for more information on this event please visit http://www.carahsoft.com.
About Emergency Visions, Inc.
Emergency Visions, Inc. (EVI) provides a cloud and mobile enabled Disaster Resource Management (DRM) solution for Governments, Nonprofits, and Corporations who actively participate in the Emergency Management Lifecycle (EML). The EML encompasses four distinct phases of emergency management: mitigation, preparation, response, and recovery.
EVI’s emergency based DRM solution empowers our customers to effectively manage their day-to-day requirements, emergency situations, and catastrophic events by improving the coordination of disaster resources(people, places, and things). To learn more please visit http://www.emergencyvisions.com or call 404-350-5995.