Secapp is a critical communications and alerting SaaS platform
Secapp is built to broadcast mass notifications, alert individuals and teams, collect critical data and provide secure real-time chats and videos. All this is in a platform where the data remains secure and owned by the customer. Secapp doesn’t require any additional equipment from the sender or receiver(s).
Ultimately, Secapp can help to save lives and manage critical operations in times of crisis.
Secapp’s functions and features are based on modern communication technologies that allow different communication, alerting and management measures to be handled from a single platform. It gives you tools for professional daily communications and preparing, managing, and recovering from unexpected situations.
Alerting and paging
Alert and personnel paging templates help you to react faster in daily work and unexpected situations.
Get individuals or teams to respond to urgent tasks or to fill in a work shift.
Target based on groups, skills, availability, or location information.
Can bypass silence settings and they demand instant response.
Alerting and paging personnel: to quickly find and alert substitutes and extras when the need arises
Assembling and alerting fast response teams
Internal instant messaging and information delivery: secure replacement for consumer apps such as WhatsApp.
Mass messaging to keep customers and stakeholders informed
Operative management: such as coordinating routine tasks and checks (e.g. installations, maintenance, inspections)
Documentation related to properties, sites and assets
Managing expenditure: work and material orders, keeping track of capital and operational expenses
Managing multi-stakeholder environments: via secure information sharing and documentation tools
Safety checks: at workplaces, construction sites, etc.
In crisis and emergencies
Preparing for unexpected events: creating message and task templates and automation
Managing contact information, skills, availability and location information
Alerting and informing personnel and stakeholders in case of crises or unexpected events such as fires, chemical leaks, terrorism, natural disasters, power outages, water contaminations, and system failures
Automated or manual informing of stakeholders in case of system failures to make sure they have instant access to up-to-date information.
Alerting operative staff and coordinating executive decision-making: for example in case of a PR crisis
Task and checklists for coordinating and reporting tasks in unexpected situations
Personal safety tools for workers: location tracking, timed or movement-based dead man’s switch, and customizable panic buttons
Reporting accidents and close calls with a few pushes of buttons
Automated alerts from existing systems via integrations
Here’s how some of our customers are using Secapp
The National Intensive Care Coordinating Office
“At eight o’clock in the morning, a situational awareness message is sent to the contact number of each Intensive Care Unit using the Secapp application.”
Learn how KYS maintains a national ICU situation.
“Now we can inform our personnel entering the Kista Galleria area automatically using geofencing and ready-made templates.”
Read more about how Citycon is improving its safety culture in its shopping centres.
The Finnish Air Rescue Society
“We use Secapp for alerting, coordinating and reporting.”
Watch a video on how Finnish Air Rescue Society uses Secapp for mobile coordinating and reporting.
Let’s talk about how you could benefit from Secapp?
Secapp is a critical communications and alerting SaaS platform. It is built to broadcast mass notifications, alert individuals and teams, collect critical data and provide secure real-time chats and videos. The security management of Secapp SaaS platform is ISO 27001:2013 certified (Huld Certification Oy).
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