Regroup and CEMA Collaborate to Streamline Emergency Management Plans
SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Regroup, provider of Emergency and Mass Notification solutions, partners with CEMA, an emergency consulting firm, by powering Regroup’s technology with CEMA’s expertise in emergency preparedness.
Regroup’s platform facilitates emergency messaging, text and voice broadcast, E-mail marketing, next-gen listservs, forums and message boards and clubs and groups. However, CEMA offers planning, training and exercises as emergency preparation.
Through this integration, customers get all the tools necessary to maximize their emergency management plans and responses. It also benefits Regroup’s customers by offering them increased exposure to the planning and training phases of emergency preparedness, and CEMA’s Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP)- compliant services help them in proper planning and training of personnel.
Commenting on the joint venture, Joe DiPasquale, Founder and CEO of Redgroup, says, “This joint venture will provide staff, administrators and other participants with the tools they need to respond quickly and effectively during emergency or disaster situations. This seamless merger positions us, along with CEMA, to deliver a revolutionary product for communities and organizations to better manage even the most unexpected, often life-threatening events.”
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