We help solve the problem of critical communications during a crisis situation when seconds matter
Alerts via mobile, desktop apps, text, email, phone and more
- Integrate with your exisiting life safety systems
Of course not, but you know you need to be prepared for it.
Active shooter situations, medical emergencies, fires, accidents, severe weather, production issues, work place violence; the list goes on.
Critical communication to your staff, students, administration, and management team all require not only planning and preparation, but an emergency notification system to execute.Start A trial now
You need a means to act fast, communicating critical alerts.
Vigilance Software can provide just the right solution for you.
The stakes are too high to not have a real plan in place
As a leader you need to protect the people under your charge.
You need to keep them informed. Communication is crucial.
We are all facing environments where school and workplace violence is on the rise.
Natural disasters, medical emergencies, accidents, fires, weather issues, and isolated incidents all need to be responded to.
Don’t live in a world where evil and misfortune goes unchallenged.
Take a stance and have a plan
A good leader stops and asks, “Are we vulnerable?”
If an incident was to happen today, right now, would the people important to you be more vulnerable than they need to be.
Are you able to communicate quickly and easily respond in an emergency situation?
What systems do you have in place to alert the right people, with the right information?
This is not always an easy question to answer, but you need to answer it now BEFORE something happens.
The lives you are protecting are worth fighting for.
In the aftermath of an incident there will be a lot of questions.
Scrutinizing and self evaluation are part of the process along with a post incident review.
Questions will arise such as:
Several of our team members are veterans who served as Marine Combat Engineers, Air Force Cyber Security, and Army Military Police.
During our service, we have experienced first hand crisis response in emergency situations.
We understand the unnerving feeling a sudden incident brings and the need to respond easily and quickly.
Responding to an incident will never “feel good”. We wish we never had to, but we realize we do not live in a perfect world.
It is not about doing things perfectly, it’s about coming out on the far side, looking in the mirror, knowing you did the best you could, in an imperfect world.
Get your alerts out EVERYWHERE, FAST.
You can sent sms text messages, emails, desktop notifications, and mobile push notifications immediately.
With integration capability, you can place calls, do overhead paging, send radio transmission, and display digital signage.
Flexible alert design puts you in control.
We understand different organizations have different needs.
Vigilance is flexible enough to customize the types of alerts, who receives them, and what actions should take place based the alert types.
Initiate lock downs and alarms quickly.
Create a shield of safety quickly and thoroughly in a crisis situations.
Vigilance Software integrates into your existing systems such as fire alarms, access control, phone systems and more.
Your trial includes the web client, mobile app, and admin site. Get a feel for the flexibility and ease of sending alerts.
You will be able to send alerts, receive alerts and view active alerts from the web client and mobile app.
In the admin console You will be able to add users and groups. You can add sites and locations for your facilities. You can add new alert types and assign groups or users to the alert types.
The desktop apps for mac and pc require an onsite module manager to control the alert notifications so the trial does not include this.
The module manager also controls integration to you other life safety, security, and communications systems. As such systems integration cannot be tested with the quick start trial.
It can seem like there are a lot of moving parts during your trial. Especially when it comes to the admin site.
No need to worry we are here to help guide you through the process. All you have to do is reach out to our team and we will be there to help.
When you make the decision to move from a trial system to production, our solution success team will work with your organization to make sure you have an emergency notification system that best fits your needs.
We will help guide you through the process, clearly explain your options, the pros and cons, and ultimately help you make the right choice for your organization.
Think of it this way.
You already have fire alarms in your schools and businesses.
Responding to a fire with systems integration means when the fire alarm is tripped, our system automatically detects it and send the alerts to the right people.
OR during an active shooter situation, systems integration means as soon as the shooter is spotted, an emergency alert is sent in seconds AND we automatically send the security access control system into lock down mode securing doors quickly.
You never think seconds count, until they do.
Systems integration is the ability to tie your existing systems such as your fire alarm, fire doors, security access system, etc. into the Vigilance Software Emergency Notification System.
Doing this allows you to control the other systems automatically from the software.
It depends, and only you can decide which solutions is right for you. But don’t worry, we are here to help guide you in making the right decision.
Some clients need a fully developed and integrated robust emergency notification system that leverages all their existing systems for maximum security and response.
Other clients need a notification system that focuses on fast, easy and reliable emergency alert notifications without tying into other systems.
We don’t believe in a one size fits all solution when it comes to something as important as an emergency notification system. We are here to guide you through the process and help you make the right choices.
We have the ability to integrate with fire alarm panels, fire doors, access control systems, SIP based communication systems such as phones, overhead paging, loud speaker systems, mail servers, active directory, and digital signage.