Scalable solutions for routine and emergency communication across industrial warehouses and manufacturing plants with solutions powered by Syn-Apps.
Effective Communication – Get your employees attention by notifying multiple devices with audio/visual alerts - simultaneously - delivered to IP phones, mobile devices, overhead speakers, strobes, alarms, desktop computers, instant messaging clients, and more from Revolution
Emergency Alerting & Mass Notification – Keep personnel on- and off-premise informed and protected with Revolution. Rapidly communicate situation status, evacuation procedures, contingency plans, and other pertinent information when critical situations strike
Smart Building Detection – and notify supervisors detect improper building entry, motion detected, unauthorized presence, theft, fire, hazardous fumes, and more. Integrate strobes, beacons, fire alarms, and more to ensure targeted personnel are notified and actions are taken quickly
Efficient Processes & Incident Response – Speed up delivery and loading times with sensors that alert personnel when shipments arrive, inventory shelves are low, or when production lines are halted. Respond to injury-related incidents quicker. Notify supervisors when panic buttons are activated, fire alarms are pulled, medical stations are being used, and more with Syn-Apps' Revolution software and patented Paging Relay device.
Syn-Apps is proud to support its notification solutions on a variety of UC systems - because communication should be easy. Whether alerting one individual of an isolated situation, or thousands of people of an emergency, we understand that reliable communication is critical to your organization. Regardless of your communication system today, Syn-Apps will be there to support your notification needs tomorrow. Select your PBX communication system below to learn how Syn-Apps can be utilized in your environment.
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.