Regroup Mass Notification Wins 2020 Unified Communications Product of the Year Award

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Regroup was recognized for its high standards and outstanding mass notification platform utilized by hundreds of organizations across the nation.

Regroup Wins Award

Regroup Wins Unified Communication Award

Regroup was among a selected group of winners, including companies such as Ring Central, Avaya and Zoom.

Regroup Mass Notification, a trusted provider of emergency and day-to-day communication solutions, today announced that it has been chosen by TMC as a winner of the 2020 Unified Communications Product of the Year Award.

The award is given to a select group of nominees who have demonstrated the most innovative products and solutions in unifying communications over the past 12 months. Regroup was among a selected group of winners, including companies such as Ring Central, Avaya and Zoom.

For a third consecutive year, Regroup was ranked together with globally recognized telecom and communication brands for its continued work on developing the best mass notification solution on the market. Advanced features such as geo-targeting, strong API capabilities, and native mobile apps, make Regroup a clear winner in the award program. Additionally, Regroup has demonstrated continuous improvement and commitment to keeping people safe and informed during these uncertain times with features such as active COVID-19 Mapping capabilities.

“This was a challenging year for everyone. We are so pleased to have been able to serve our clients with communication tools that helped them navigate 2020,” said Chris Utah, COO, Regroup Mass Notification. “Being recognized for this work is a real honor, and we are very grateful.”

Winners of the 2020 Unified Communications Product of the Year Award can be found online in Internet Telephony magazine.

About Regroup:
Regroup Mass Notification empowers better mass communication that keeps people safe and informed at all times. The company’s award-winning, cloud-based mass communication platform is what clients across North America and around the globe rely on to send both emergency and day-to-day communications to millions of people. By enabling one-click messaging to mobile devices, landlines, social media, email, websites, and more, Regroup Mass Notification helps organizations keep people safe, strengthen operational resilience, mitigate risk, and thrive in an increasingly unpredictable world.

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