Monday, June 14, 2010

1Call Integrating Social Media with RED ALERT Notification System

As the number of hospitals and healthcare organizations continue to embrace social media increases system developers and vendors need to adapt as well. AMTELCO’s 1Call Division as taken the next step toward helping their customers by integrating with social media outlets.

1Call’s RED ALERT system allows messages and notifications to be sent to a few or a large group of recipients based on a particular disaster, incident, event or changing condition. In the past when an alert was triggered, messages were sent to pagers, email addresses, mobile phones (sms or voice), fax machines or land-line phones. Recently our developers used the Twitter application programming interface (API) as a bridge to incorporate some popular Social Media outlets as part of RED ALERT’s message delivery capabilities. Now hospital and healthcare organizations using RED ALERT can not only notify first responders, but it can also deliver information to their Twitter, Blog and Facebook followers when alerts are triggered.

Social Media has been used in the past to keep people informed during events. As an integrated part of RED ALERT, administrators can use RED ALERT as a single point to post messages or share information with Social Media outlets such as Twitter and Facebook as well as send messages to traditional communication devices. Integrating Social Media with traditional platforms will help our hospital customers communicate with many more people than in the past. Now, events such as changing weather conditions, flu season information, disasters, health news, wellness class information and emergency room wait times can be handled by RED ALERT and the Social Media integration to get information to anyone that wants it, and from whatever source they choose to receive it from.

 

RED ALERT with Social Media

For More information on RED ALERT visit http://www.redalertsystem.com/, call 800.380.7345 or send an email to info@redalertsystem.com.

Matt Everly is the marketing director for Amtelco’s 1Call healthcare division and can be reached at maeverly@1call.com




Thursday, January 14, 2010

Facial Recognition Technology Company Direct E-Secure Utilizes AMTELCO's RED ALERT Emergcency Notification System

AMTELCO Welcomes Direct E-Secure to Dealer/Distributor Program

01.14.2010 – McFarland, WI – January 2010 – AMTELCO’s 1Call division is pleased to announce that it has added biometric facial recognition software company Direct E-Secure to its dealer/distributor program. This will allow Direct E-Secure access to AMTELCO’s numerous innovative telecommunications products, including their RED ALERT Emergency Notification System. Direct E-Secure joins an extensive list of prominent companies in AMTELCO’s dealer/distributor program.

The RED ALERT system will be used with Direct E-Secure’s facial recognition technology in order to notify the appropriate people when the software detects a security infringement. Direct E-Secure’s products that utilize the revolutionary facial recognition software Suspect Detection will particularly benefit from this partnership. Suspect Detection technology is able to scan and analyze up to 100,000 faces per second to give its users the quickest security updates possible. This technology is crucial for large crowds or gatherings. The moment an unauthorized person is detected, the RED ALERT system is triggered to notify the pre-determined group of people via e-mail, pager, phone call, wireless message, and/or SMS text message. The technologic capabilities created by this partnership can drastically benefit organizations such as schools, hospitals, and military bases.

The combination of the RED ALERT System’s swift and rapid notification capabilities with Direct E-Secure’s cutting edge biometric facial recognition technology means more security and less hassle for businesses and organizations in any field.

About AMTELCO

AMTELCO is a leading provider of sophisticated call center and communication systems. With AMTELCO’s primary focus on designing systems that offer cutting-edge technology to reduce labor costs, increase profitability, and improve reliability, AMTELCO equipment is currently in operation in all 50 of the United States, and in more than 20 foreign countries. For more information on the RED ALERT Emergency Notification System contact by phone at (800) 356-9148, by e-mail at redalert@1call.com, or visit www.redalertsystem.com.


About Direct E-Secure

Direct E-Secure provides Level One security for access control, computer access, network access, Time & Attendance Reports, Traceless Biometrics for your security needs It can be integrated with any other type of security system being used currently.
Its Biometric Facial Recognition Technology has produced a true hands free touchless solution to access control. Unauthorized entrance attempts are recorded and time stamped for a higher level of surveillance than can be attained by fingerprint biometric security. For more information on Direct E-Secure and Suspect Detection please visit www.directesecure.com, call (920) 907 0771, or email VP of Sales & Marketing Bobbi Sherman-Gieschen at bsherman@dshci.com.

Tuesday, November 03, 2009

E911 Hosted Solutions Provider 911 ETC Partners with AMTELCO

E911 Hosted Solutions Provider 911 ETC Partners with AMTELCO

E911 will be working with AMTELCO to provide the RED ALERT notification systems or hosted services to their customers. RED alert has the ability to send notifications to small or large groups by SMS, email, voice or fax. RED alert is being used by Florida State University, Verizon, The National Guard and many other organizations to get important alerts quickly and to the correct people.


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