DeskAlerts Announces iOS Emergency Notifications App

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As part of its commitment to offering Apple users an unsurpassed internal communications experience DeskAlerts has announced the release of a follow up iOS application that complements its recent upgrade. The new app is being released as a free bonus for users of the software’s emergency alerts notification system.

As part of its commitment to offering Apple users an unsurpassed internal communications experience DeskAlerts has just announced the release of a follow up iOS application that complements its recent upgrade. The new app is being released as a bonus for users of the software’s emergency alerts notification system.

Engineered to enable easy and instant communication in urgent situations, emergency module has improved the way workplaces interact. From hospitals and healthcare centers to educational institutions and high rise office buildings, the emergency notifications function allows administrators to distribute color coded messages almost instantaneously. The tiered coding systems allow employees to assess the severity of the situation and respond accordingly.

While in the past distribution has only been possible from desktop accounts, the new mobile app allows administrators to roll out emergency company-wide desktop alerts from handheld Apple devices. Now, DeskAlerts software will be integrated with the capacity to support emergency notification distribution from any geographic location with mobile reception.

“We appreciate that emergencies don’t necessarily occur when administrators happen to be working from their desktops. They may receive urgent news while commuting to work in the morning, attending a meeting, taking a lunch break, convening with clients or visiting a partner office in another city. The new iOS emergency notification app gives administrators the power to raise the alarm from anywhere, at any time,” says Anton Vdovin, DeskAlerts Director.

As 25% of US smartphone users rely on iOS to power their day to day working lives, the new app is set to benefit a plethora of workplaces across the country. Not to mention the multitude of global companies that use DeskAlerts to keep employees in the loop. Whatever the scenario, the new mobile app will give administrators the total peace of mind that if an urgent situation arises while they’re ‘out of office’ they’ll still be able to notify their workforce in a matter of minutes using the emergency alert system.

“Using the application, content publishers with emergency notification rights will be able to send updates direct from their iOS devices. Geographic location is completely irrelevant which means that whether they’re a few floors away from their desktop, on the other side of the city or in an entirely different country, emergency communication will never be compromised,” explains Vdovin.

As with the original emergency communications module, using the new iOS mobile app is easy. Administrators aren’t required to log into DeskAlerts accounts or be in physical reach of desktop computers which means speed and efficiency are inherent. To issue emergency notifications users simply whip out their iOS device, open the DeskAlerts app, select a pre-defined message and hit send. The entire process can be completed in seconds.

The emergency notifications mobile app update has been designed exclusively for iOS devices. This ensures that iPhone and iPad users enjoy a streamlined experience that complements the intuitivism of Apple operating systems.

To sign up for a free cloud trial of DeskAlerts software featuring the emergency notification module, go to: http://www.alert-software.com/demo/

To find out more about DeskAlerts and how the new emergency notification mobile app update enhances the iOS mobile user experience, visit the website at: http://www.alert-software.com

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