Emergency Messaging Solution is Now CAP Compliant
STERLING, VA: Mvix, a cloud-based digital signage solution provider recently announced that their emergency messaging solution is now Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) Compliant. The newly added feature in the emergency messaging solution enables Mvix’s clients to received warning alerts faster, unlike the proprietary emergency notification systems.
Mvix’s emergency messaging solution is comprehensive and unifies everyday alerting notifications. This is done with the help of its CAP and custom alerts, which focuses at increasing warning effectiveness and simplifies the warning task. Unlike existing emergency notification system, which takes time to verify an emergency, and send alerts, Mvix’s CAP compliant solution ignore lengthy sign-ups to receive emergency notifications at a faster pace; streamlining all the emergency communications.
Along with being an emergency response tool, Mvix’s digital signage, multi-screen video wall solutions, and content management solution also deliver great ROI. “In addition, we also provide dynamic service offerings to complement our clients’ digital signage objectives, such as managed services, installation services, implementation assistance, signature support, and custom development services,” says Mike Kilian, the Director of Business Development at Mvix.
“The majority of our cloud-based software is free of subscriptions or annual bills, with regular updates at no additional cost. This is one of our key differentiators, which helps us thrive in this fast-growing, rapidly evolving competitive vertical,” says Mike. Another interesting aspect of the company lies in its ability to extend its service to the hearing impaired individuals.
As the future agenda, Mvix further envisions in developing its offerings in the fields of interactive, intelligent, and ‘measurable’ digital signage. The Sterling, VA firm is all set to integrate with a metric-based system aimed at monitoring audience behavior. “We will continue to enhance our premium content library, which features widgets such as Airline Flight Status, sports scores, Queue Management, and more,” says Mike.
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