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A quick thank you from the Rapid Notify team- To our wonderful customers!

We wanted to reach out to let you know that working with you has been a pleasure. It’s customers like you that make what we do here at Rapid Notify worthwhile and rewarding. We truly appreciate you and your team.
We are working toward showcasing customers like you on our website. I was wondering if you’d be interested in being featured in a video testimonial or case study? We plan to add featured companies/communities to our web page.

If you’re interested in being featured on these pages in the form of a video testimonial, please follow this link which will lead you to our video testimonial submission form. Please let us know if this is something you’d like to be part of!

Again, thank you and your team for providing us with the opportunity to work with you, it has been wonderful!!
Please feel free to reach us at info@rapidnotify.com 

Customer Spotlight: Ameren Corporation

Screen Shot 2014-10-10 at 9.27.23 AMWe are pleased to present our latest customer spotlight case study featuring the Ameren Corporation, Bagnell Dam and Taum Sauk Plant in Missouri. The case study details how Ameren utilizes Rapid Notify during Functional Exercises to educate response agencies on the use of mass notification alerts.

Ameren has been a Rapid Notify customer for almost 10 years. As part of a comprehensive emergency action plan, internal procedures have been documented so that if an event occurs, alert messages can be recorded and sent as quickly as possible by the incident commander.

Download the Ameren Corporation Case Study today.

Customer Spotlight: Harnett County, NC

Harnett CountyWe are pleased to present our latest customer spotlight case study featuring Harnett County, North Carolina. The case study details how Harnett County utilized a Rapid Notify mass notification alert during a missing person situation.

Harnett has been a Rapid Notify customer for 10 years and has a great deal of experience using mass notification to communicate with residents. Previous uses of the system by the county include emergency alerts for boil water notices, suspicious persons and tornado shelter locations.

When local law enforcement was notified of a missing elderly woman, they requested assistance from Harnett County Emergency Services with a targeted Rapid Notify alert.

With Rapid Notify’s precise Geographic Information System (GIS) option, messages can be delivered to a local neighborhood or an entire county area. The county sent messages to all residents within a 4.5-mile radius from where the elderly woman was last seen.

Read the full Harnett County Case Study today.

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