The Networked Crisis Communication platform that enables you to protect the people and organizations you care about.
What We Do: Making the World Safer
AtHoc enables organizations to communicate with their people through numerous devices, and empowers organizations to create their own permission-based network to establish interoperable communication with other organizations in their community. The result: commercial and government leaders can effectively protect the people and organizations they care about. Around the block, around the world.
Today, AtHoc helps safeguard millions of people and thousands of organizations – including the vast majority of US federal government personnel, leading corporations, industrial giants, healthcare institutions and universities:
- US Dept. of Homeland Security
- US Dept. of Health and Human Services
- US Dept. of Defense
- Kaiser Permanente Healthcare
- Eastman Chemical
- American Red Cross
Where We Do It: Protecting Organizations and Individuals Around the Globe
AtHoc is used worldwide for every type of emergency. AtHoc was used during Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster; Microsoft depends on our system to track affected staff during a crisis.
Other key examples where AtHoc protected organizations and individuals from immediate threats:
- Active shooter at Navy Yard, Washington, D.C.
- Preparing a community for severe weather
- Earthquake early warning
- Fire and hazardous materials release
- Critical system failures
Chemical plants, hospitals, municipalities, air force bases – AtHoc ensures a new level of safety and security in any venue.
How We're Doing
AtHoc Networked Crisis Communication has been:
- Recognized by Gartner, Inc. as a leader in its Magic Quadrant for Emergency Mass Notification Services
- Identified by IHS Inc. as The Fastest Growing Mass Notification Software Supplier
- Awarded the Support Anti-Terrorism by Fostering Effective Technology (SAFETY) Act Designation by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
- Awarded Authority-to-Operate (ATO) from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of Energy, and the U.S. Department of the Treasury.