Meet Revolution, Syn-Apps' next-generation notification platform. Revolution provides the advanced functionality people need to communicate information to personnel more efficiently, safely, and reliably throughout their organization. Click to learn more about Revolution.
Watch to learn how Syn-Apps' Revolution notification software simultaneously activates and delivers notifications to disparate endpoints.
Emergency planning is something we all know we should do, even though it may not be your top priority. Day-to-day responsibilities and the distractions that arise make it so easy to defer this critical business planning. However, an emergency or business continuity plan is well worth the time.
Watch this video to learn how Syn-Apps' solutions unify communication systems and processes to help customers develop a comprehensive emergency notification strategy.
When a critical situation arises, how prepared is your organization to get the right message to the right people, at the right time?
Take a few minutes to view the overview video to learn how SA-Announce can help your organization streamline communication processes and improve preparedness.
Julius Blakeny, Technology Manager, Léman Manhattan Preparatory School
We needed a notification solution that directly tied into our Call Manager to send notifications to IP phones, as well as Atlas IP speakers and clocks located throughout the building. Syn-Apps' SA-Announce exceeded our requirements.
Joseph Wenninger, Information Sytems Director, City of Neenah
We are very happy with SA-Announce. We have SA-Announce tied into our panic button system so that if a panic button is pushed within City Hall, an alert is sent to all phones in City Hall, computers in Dispatch, and MDCs in all squad cars.
Craig Ponto, Network Administrator, Zero-Zone
We’ve being using SA-Announce for five years. We use it for several things, primarily, everyday paging to endpoints across multiple locations, such as all office phones and warehouses, emergency announcements, and most recently, for scheduled pages to signal breaks.