Mobile Technology to the Rescue: CallFire's Emergency Communications Webinar Week – Aug 25th to Aug 29th

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Learn how SMS text messaging, voice broadcast, and other call center products will help facilitate Emergency communications!

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59% of Americans prefer to receive emergency notifications via their mobile phones.

Students are at school, employees are at work, parents are home with children—the public is going about their normal everyday business. When suddenly disaster strikes! From weather related emergencies to school campus crises, the public deserves to be notified immediately. But when the sirens begin to blare, what happens to those who aren’t within earshot? What is the quickest, most effective way of reaching the masses?

According to a Harris Poll, at least 59% of Americans prefer to receive emergency notifications via their mobile phones than through any other means, while 90% indicate they would try to reach friends and family by phone first during any emergency situation. Since more than 90% of Americans carry a cellular phone, we can assume that most potential victims are near a phone or carrying a cellular device in their purse, pocket, or backpack when disaster strikes. That’s where CallFire’s powerful SMS texting and Voice Broadcast tools bring the emergency alerts directly to the people who need them instantly.

CallFire’s emergency notification systems comply with the Clery Act, which requires school campuses to maintain an emergency notification system. Don’t wait for a major disaster to occur, start setting up an emergency preparedness plan today for a safer and more secure tomorrow.

CallFire will run an Emergency Notifications Webinar Series (Aug 25 to Aug 29, 2014) focusing on products that have proven results with schools, companies and organizations - big and small across the country. The webinars will cover CallFire’s SMS & Voice Broadcast, Cloud Call Center, Call Tracking, and IVR solutions. Each webinar will demonstrate a specific product and its endless uses to help with your emergency preparedness campaigns.

As a community, organization, or business, have peace of mind knowing that those who are in dire need receive an instant warning. It’s a fact that nearly 95% of text messages get opened. Additionally, Voice Broadcast is an invaluable option that can save time and money allowing an administrator (from any location) to record their own messages and blast them out instantly.

During these webinars, a CallFire sales and operations specialist will demonstrate how to:
1. Create an emergency notification, highlighting a particular product or service
2. Creating easy “Get More Information” options and call in IVR phone trees with auto-responses
3. Send thousands of Voice Broadcasts and SMS Text Messages instantly
4. Track and analyze the effectiveness of your efforts

Find out during our webinar how CallFire can be tailored to your specific needs. CallFire, an Inc. 500 company, has demonstrated its versatile and affordable technology as a leader in the cloud telephony industry serving thousands of customers in insurance, sales, marketing, government, non-profit, politics, and in many more enterprise level applications.

About CallFire: Since 2004, CallFire has simplified telephony, making sophisticated, formally expensive carrier class telecom capabilities available through an affordable, easy-to-use GUI and API platform. Any business, from start-up to enterprise, can reach its customers on any device, using text messaging or voice, with CallFire’s massively scalable, cloud telecom platform and SMS gateway. CallFire products include Voice APIs, Business Text Messaging, Voice Broadcast, Local Phone Numbers, Toll Free Numbers, IVR, Power Dialing for agents and more. Call analytics enable CallFire’s 100,000 users to reach customers more often using call tracking, virtual phone service, dialers, and mobile messaging.

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Sean Gera
CallFire, Inc.
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