BlackBerry AtHoc

Command crisis communications within and across organisations for personnel safety and business resiliency. Contact us for pricing.

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 BlackBerry® AtHoc

Empowering organisations to protect their people and the communities they care about, and ultimately making the world safer.

To do this, BlackBerry® AtHoc is also committed to empowering organisations to command their crisis communications within and across organisations for personnel safety and business resiliency.


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  • Alert – Notify anyone, anywhere, on any device.
  • Collect – Gather critical information from your people to achieve situational awareness.
  • Account – Gain real-time visibility into your personnel safety and status.
  • Connect – Communicate and collaborate with other organisations.
  • Interoperability – Share authoritative info with external organisations.
  • Security – Industry leading security in the time of need. Used by more than 75% of the US government and Fortune 500 companies.
  • Unification – Preserving existing investments and ensuring seamless crisis response.
  • Enterprise Level Controls – Autonomy required to operate a multi-location or divisional organisation, while ensuring enterprise wide standards and controls.

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Features

  • Real-time visibility into personnel location and status
  • Robust reporting
  • Comprehensive crisis communication and mass notification solution
  • Flexible deployment options
  • Enterprise-level command and control

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