Intelligence System Group and Qnexis Sign Agreement for LIINX Distribution

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In today’s competitive landscape, email blasts often go unread or end up in the spam box and open social media platforms fail in organizational privacy. LIINUX solves this communication problem.

"LIINX also features a bi-directional mass emergency notification and accountability system called RUOK? (“Are You Okay?”)."

Intelligence Systems Group (ISG), a Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) specializing in software and services to the Intelligence Community, Government and commercial clients with offices in Northern Virginia and Pittsburgh, announced today that they have entered into a distribution agreement for the LIINX Mobile App with Qnexis.

Qnexis, also based in Reston, Virginia, is an innovator of enterprise social media apps that enable organizations to connect, communicate and collaborate through the LIINX mobile application suite.  LIINX also provides an emergency notification system that alerts and accounts for people via multiple communications channels -- including desktops, mobile phones, tablets, phone, email and text. 

“Qnexis’s LIINX product is an excellent social media communication tool to improve the client’s relationship with their employees or members,” stated Eric J. Hoffman, CEO of ISG. “Think of having your own private Facebook environment where rich media content can be shared. In today’s competitive landscape, email blasts often go unread or end up in the spam box.  Finding content on websites is difficult and time-consuming.  Large social media platforms are unstructured and not suitable for organizations wishing to keep information within their own group.”

LIINX also features a mass emergency notification and accountability system called RUOK? (“Are You Okay?”). RUOK?  lets administrators and first responders account for people via the LIINX app by requesting user status.  LIINX app users simply check "ok" or "not ok.”  A dashboard presentation gives first responders the ability to assess users who have checked "ok", "not ok" or who have not responded. “Using GPS within the app, first responders can view and locate users who checked ‘not ok’ or who have not responded, and then contact them directly via email, phone or chat to send or provide aid,” said Kurt Nguyen, CEO of Qnexis.

ISG will be introducing the new product to marketing and security leadership at universities, K-12 and educational facilities, governmental organizations and large corporations.

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