Emergency Communications Network Acquires One Call Now Geo Clients
Emergency Communications Network (ECN), a mass notification provider headquartered in Ormond Beach, Florida, has acquired One Call Now’s Government Emergency Center / 911 clients, adding them to the thousands of ECN client communities nationwide.
One Call Now (OCN) specializes in communication solutions for businesses, education and non-profit groups, delivering “Messages That Matter” to inform and engage regularly with staff, families and members of their organizations globally.
A new partnership program between the two firms will assure that both company’s respective clients and prospects will get the ideal services and tools that best fit their needs. This acquisition allows both ECN and OCN to focus on their respective core competencies.
OCN’s Government Emergency Center / 911 Citizen Notification clients will immediately benefit from the market expertise of ECN’s patented technology, including a web-based mapping interface. The software, written and exclusively hosted by ECN, allows clients to quickly and easily target their messages to exact geographic areas.
The acquisition further strengthens ECN’s leadership position in the citizen notification business helping the company to strategically focus and concentrate on servicing government agencies. With more than 20 years of critical communication experience, ECN utilizes a variety of proprietary and patented technologies for its web-based communications solutions. ECN is the largest and most trusted vendor in the emergency citizen communication space with clients representing all 50 states.
“In an increasingly perilous world, where external safety and security concerns threaten citizens throughout the country, we are proud to assure that our government agency clients receive a more focused emergency management agency oriented solution. Our folks can direct all of our resources on enhancing the pro-active messaging services that our 150,000 Business, Education and Non-Profit Client Groups require,” said Leib Lurie, CEO of One Call Now.
Media and Analyst Contact:Victoria Borges