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Company Overview of AtHoc, Inc.
AtHoc, Inc. provides network-centric interactive crisis communication systems in the United States and internationally. The company offers AtHoc IWS, an interactive warning system that enables the organizations to communicate, interact, and account for all personnel during critical situations. It also provides IWSAlerts, a mass notification system; Personalized Operating Picture, a crisis visibility and information coordination tool; and IWSAccountability, a personnel status tracking and accountability module. In addition, the company offers IWSFieldReport, a field situation reporting application for field personnel; IWSDuress, a personal duress reporting application, which enables the user ...
2988 Campus Drive
San Mateo, CA 94403
Founded in 1999
Key Executives for AtHoc, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Vice President of Finance and Administration
Senior Vice President of Global Engineering and Operations
Vice President of Global Public Safety and Chief Executive Officer of Alerting Solutions, Inc
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
AtHoc, Inc. Key Developments
U.S. Army Medical Command Implements AtHoc Suite for Real-Time Telephony Alerting
Mar 17 15
AtHoc, Inc. announced that the U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) has implemented the AtHoc suite for real-time telephony alerting. The AtHoc communication system will enable the command to quickly reach 20,000 personnel throughout the world. AtHoc's unique crisis communication suite provides centralized, authoritative alerts to organizations that desire rapid response in the case of emergencies. With it, commanders can reach any landline, VoIP or mobile phone used by personnel to easily reach groups and individuals to distribute alerts. To maintain security, the Army can maintain its own contact information databases and AtHoc gives customers the flexibility to host the service onsite while leveraging AtHoc's secure cloud for rapid communications. MEDCOM's lifesaving mission is to deliver highly responsive and reliable health services to military personnel and their families. It consists of five individual Regional Medical Commands (RMCs) and subordinate commands that oversee separate areas around the globe. With the centrally deployed AtHoc suite, the central command maintains simple, effective control over distributing its messages to any group or groups around the world based on configurable parameters. Two-way communication also enables personnel to acknowledge alerts and respond with additional information that can improve crisis response and meet accountability requirements established by the Department of Defense.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement Deploys AtHoc Networked Crisis Communication to Protect Agents and Staff Nation-Wide
Mar 3 15
AtHoc, Inc. announced that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has joined other components of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in the use of AtHoc to protect their locations agency-wide by providing personal safety and personnel accountability for their agents and staff. ICE will roll out all aspects of AtHoc's alert, collect, account and connect functionality to over 23,000 individuals bringing the number of DHS personnel covered by AtHoc to over 240,000 at headquarters and its components throughout the United States. AtHoc will enable ICE to notify and collaborate with its workforce via multiple and redundant means, including desktop apps, smart phone apps, email, cell and landline phones, all from a web-based console. The system is configured to allow for national, regional, local or team based communications depending on the situation, impact area or specialty resources required to manage the incident.
American Red Cross Deploys AtHoc, Inc. Networked Crisis Communication to Accelerate Disaster Response Nationwide
Feb 25 15
AtHoc, Inc. announced that the American Red Cross has begun a nationwide deployment of AtHoc across its network of nearly 500 chapters in the U.S. to accelerate its disaster response. The AtHoc system gives the Red Cross the ability to quickly alert and communicate with its workforce and volunteers, as well as seamlessly connect with local government agencies and business partners during crises when needed. The Red Cross will use AtHoc to notify and collaborate with its workforce via multiple and redundant means, including desktop apps, smart phone apps, email, cell and landline phones, all from a web-based console. The system is configured to allow for national, regional, local or team based communications depending on the situation, impact area or specialty resources required to manage the incident. Importantly, the Red Cross and organizations who coordinate and collaborate with the Red Cross benefit from seamless interoperability. AtHoc allows the Red Cross to invite and connect with relevant organizations for bi-directional messaging that is trusted and secure. This interoperability promotes faster and effective knowledge sharing, which results in improved situational awareness and eliminates the confusion that typically hinders rapid response to a crisis. The AtHoc suite of integrated applications: Alert, Collect, Account and Connect sets the standard in networked crisis communication. These applications run on AtHoc's secure cloud platform which connects users, organizations and devices globally -- an "internet of things" platform addressing the growing needs of crisis communications. AtHoc leverages the power of mobility, hybrid cloud and the IP network to deliver a unified and secure end-to-end solution capable of real-time collaboration with anyone, anywhere and across virtually any device.
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