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New CTO Joins Leading Critical Communications Firm

Ormond Beach, FL – [December, 2015] – Emergency Communications Network (ECN), North America’s largest provider of SaaS-based critical and mass notification systems, announced the addition of Michael Ely to the executive team as its Chief Technical Officer (CTO) to lead all technology initiatives. Ely brings more than 30 years of engineering, software development, systems architecture, and overall IT Strategy and planning experience in the technology sector.

Mr. Ely previously served as Vice President of Technology at Aspect Software. He held additional roles within the organization including director, serving as the technical lead of its unified communications initiatives, coordinating the company’s top architects responsible for developing and researching new technologies, executing corporate product strategies and leading the architecture roadmaps across multiple products.

Ely will lead the Development, Engineering, and Information Technology teams to drive greater efficiencies and leading-edge solutions for the company’s clients, keeping ECN at the forefront of new and improved ways to deliver critical communications throughout government and businesses. When seconds count, there is a difference and ECN makes a difference.

About Emergency Communications Network Headquartered in Ormond Beach, Florida, Emergency Communications Network (ECN) is North America’s largest provider of SaaS-based critical communication and emergency notification systems. For mission-critical business events, emergencies or routine operational announcements, ECN provides the market with two core solutions. CodeRED is designated for state and local government entities to deliver emergency and general messages to residents and visitors within specific geographic areas; and SmartNotice, focuses on staff and customer notifications as an essential tool for business continuity and disaster recovery. ECN’s critical communication solutions are used every day to effectively alert, inform, and save lives – when seconds count. To learn more, visit onsolve.com.