|By Marketwired .||
|November 8, 2012 01:26 PM EST||
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 11/08/12 -- Send Word Now, the leading global provider of emergency notification and on-demand alerting and response services, announced today that it will be showcasing its services at Continuity Insights New York, a business continuity conference to be held from November 12-13 at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York, NY.
Continuity Insights New York will feature presentations and workshops led by recognized industry experts, including Send Word Now customers. Attendees will have the chance to learn business continuity best practices, insider insights, and leading strategies, including lessons learned from Hurricane Sandy disaster response efforts, all while networking with fellow security professionals and meeting with blue chip vendors in the exhibit hall.
"We applaud the decision by the show organizers to postpone the Continuity Insights New York show until November due to the projected impact of Hurricane Sandy, and our thoughts are with any delegates, staff or vendors who may not be able to attend due to the continuing impact of the hurricane," said Tony Schmitz, President and CEO of Send Word Now.
"Businesses in the New York metropolitan area and beyond face many diverse continuity challenges and Send Word Now stands ready to help any and all organizations that need assistance with their messaging needs during a crisis. The safety of people -- our staff, our customers, their employees, clients, and constituents -- is always our number one priority."
If your company or organization does not yet have an emergency notification service in place and would like assistance or access to a trial account, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 379-4900 and we will help you without delay.
About Send Word Now
Send Word Now is the leading provider of on-demand alerting and incident management services for both routine and emergency communication. The easy-to-use, web-based emergency notification service is used by government agencies, municipalities, universities, non-profit organizations and businesses, including many Fortune 500 companies, to ensure fast, effective, two-way communication in real-time. Send Word Now's Alert Tracer® provides a full audit trail of messages sent and received for after-action reporting and follow-up. Designed to reach anyone, anywhere, anytime, with any device over any type of connection, Send Word Now's mass notification system is capable of transmitting hundreds of thousands of voice and text messages in minutes. The company is headquartered in New York City. Visit Send Word Now on the web at http://www.sendwordnow.com or email us at email@example.com. Follow Send Word Now on Twitter at http://twitter.com/sendwordnow and check out our new blog for industry news and insights at http://www.sendwordnow.com/Company/Blog.
About Continuity Insights
Continuity Insights is continuity from management's perspective. It speaks directly to the strategic view, embracing the issues and concerns of senior-level managers. With its results-oriented approach, Continuity Insights is a discussion of the "why's" of business continuity and offers a comprehensive review of the vast continuity landscape. The weekly CI Bulletin and monthly Web Exclusives e-newsletters deliver compelling in-depth features, best practices, industry and vendor news, Q&As with the industry's most influential players, blogs, podcasts, and new products and services.
Sheri Ann Laza-Schmitz
Send Word Now
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