IBA’s In Case of Crisis Named as One of Elite Winners in eCampus News' Readers’ Choice Award

Mobile Emergency Preparedness Safety App Selected as Top Product for Colleges and Universities in 2014

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Educational institutions and corps are increasingly demanding better ways to proactively manage overall safety and emergency situations on and around campus to care for the well being of their entire population - In Case of Crisis GM Christopher Britton

Herndon, VA (PRWEB) August 04, 2014

Irving Burton Associates’ In Case of Crisis, a leading mobile emergency preparedness and response app, today announced that it has been named to the 2014 eCampus News’ Readers’ Choice Award list. The award honors the best products and services in educational technology as chosen by readers.

“Educational institutions and corporations are increasingly demanding better ways to proactively manage overall safety and emergency situations on and around campus to care for the well being of their entire population,” said Christopher Britton, General Manager, IBA’s In Case of Crisis. “We are honored to be recognized by eCampus News as one of the top companies in the market.”

Hundreds of educators and administrators from colleges and universities across North America nominated their favorite ed-tech products or services this past spring. In order to maintain the integrity of the program, nominations from vendors were not accepted. When submitting nominations, readers were asked to describe how they were using each product to improve teaching, learning, or campus administration—and to what effect.

“The result is a list of ed-tech products and services that have proven to be effective in colleges and universities nationwide,” said eCampus News Editorial Director Denny Carter. “We hope readers will find this information valuable as they consider what technologies they should use on their own campuses.”

Utilized by leading corporate, education and government organizations including 24 Hour Fitness, George Mason University, Providence College, William & Mary, the award-winning In Case of Crisis mobile solution allows convenient and secure access to emergency information with features such as easy-to-read instructional and building diagrams, one-tap key contact calling, push notifications for updates/alerts, maps and incident reporting. The app includes access to a library of 85 possible emergency event scenarios with templates and images.

To read about this year’s award winners, go to http://www.ecampusnews.com/rca.

About eCampus News

eCampus News is a publication of eSchool Media Inc., a news and information organization delivering print, online, email, and video communications to more than half a million K-20 decision makers and influencers throughout North America. Its information networks help educators successfully use technology to transform education and achieve their goals. eCampus News reaches more than 100,000 higher-education decision makers with a monthly digital edition, daily and weekly email newsletters, and a website with daily news and information.

About In Case of Crisis
In Case of Crisis is an award-winning mobile solution that helps institutions and their safety professional’s better care for the well-being of their people by allowing them to easily share institutional-specific emergency procedures and safety guidelines. The fully secure and customizable mobile solution makes important safety information accessible and actionable and is available on the Apple iOS, Android and Kindle Fire platforms. Now, users have the information they need at their fingertips and can act on it in one holistic solution. 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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