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Consolidation in the North American Mass Notification Software Market

This article was written by Daphne Tomlinson of Tomlinson Business Research With increased risk of terrorist activities and incidents both in the workplace and in public places, businesses need effective platforms to notify personnel in their facilities as to what is happening, where it is happening and how to respond in an emergency situation or critical event. Mass Notification Systems (MNS) allow communication with large groups that may be impacted by a situation such as an emergency (fire, shooting, security breach) or a critical event such as a natural disaster. Increased awareness about MNS after the 9/11 terrorist attacks and an increase in the occurrence of campus shootings are the major factors driving growth of the market in North America. Emergency notification solutions in buildings can be integrated with fire alarm systems and public address systems to effectively convey alert messages and notifications. Public sector organizations and enterprises alike are investing in the software to […]

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