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Everbridge Expands with New UK-Based Office Serving the EMEA Region

October 17, 2012

In its effort to continuously innovate communication and incident management, Everbridge, a provider of interactive communication and mass notification solutions expanded its international presence with a London, UK-based office serving the European, Middle Eastern and African regions of the globe. The company has developed a unique approach to data protection and communication for internationally distributed environments, Globally Local.

With advanced international capabilities, the Everbridge solutions suite with Globally Local technology will now provide interactive communication and mass notification solutions to organizations while meeting the specific needs of multinational users.

“While advances in technology have in many ways facilitated this expansion, data protection laws, and industry regulations can complicate international communication, especially in the area of incident management and emergency notification,” Imad Mouline, chief strategy officer, Everbridge said in a statement.

“Everbridge Globally Local capabilities bring all the benefits of a local communications to the resilient and industry-leading Everbridge platform,” Mouline added.

This new capability allows Everbridge clients to initiate communications where it makes the most sense, giving the appearance and cost-efficiency of a locally sourced message while offering the performance, resilience and connectivity of an enterprise solution while maintaining all standards for data protection compliance.

Everbridge said it is using the latest technology to ensure the continued resiliency and performance of multinational communications while maintaining the regulatory compliance and familiarity of a local operation in several areas including localization, Data Compliance, SMS and voice.

In related news, Everbridge and Jack Henry & Associates partnered to offer critical communications solutions to financial institutions.




Edited by Brooke Neuman

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