November 24, 2020– Kinetic Global, an EMNS platform (emergency mass notification system) and business continuity innovator, today announced that it was profiled within Gartner’s Guide for Emergency/Mass Notification Services Solutions.[1}
Emergency/mass notification services and technologies advanced a great deal in recent years, largely accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. EMNS sends critical and emergency messages to internal and external stakeholders and has numerous use cases, including pandemics. Security, risk management, and business continuity leaders are increasingly focused on improving their emergency/mass notification systems, and Kinectic Global has collaborated with many industry-leading organizations.
Recognizing critical shortcomings in panic button solutions or relying on 9-1-1, Kinetic Global developed a robust critical event management platform that evaluates incidents wherever employees are–within a large footprint facility, at home, or traveling domestically or abroad.
“Kinetic Global recognized that wi-fi based, panic button solutions, or 9-1-1 solutions are insufficient to manage critical events,” commented Peter Cahill, CEO of Kinetic Global. “Our team has developed a state-of-the-art critical event management solution for improved worker safety, risk reduction, and enhanced business continuity. We utilize both emerging and mature technologies as we continue to improve our CEM solution. Being included in Gartner’s Guide for Emergency/Mass Notification Services Solutions reinforces the value of our work.”
The Constellis family of companies was formed to combine best-in-class brands, assets, and people within the complex risk management industry.
“Kinetic Global is the bridge between our operational risk, crisis and resilience capabilities, and the intelligence that drives situational awareness for global clients,” shared Christian Ronnow, Executive VP, Constellis.
 Gartner, “Gartner’s Guide for Emergency/Mass Notification Services Solutions,” Roberta Witty, David Gregory, Brent Predovich, and Mike Gotta, November 24, 2020