Campaign Definition
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Emergency Notification Systems

Emergency Notification Systems This section of our technical library presents information and documentation relating to Emergency Notification Systems and Disaster Recovery Applications. If a dangerous chemical spill occurs in your community, you can target specific areas to call. Should an emergency arise in your community, our emergency broadcast phone service can deliver large volumes of phone messages quickly using thousands of digital and analog phone lines simultaneously. If a severe snow storm hits your area, your community can be notified of school closings or event cancellations. In the event of a blizzard, wild fire or devastating flood, your community can be notified quickly given specific instructions if an evacuation is required using our emergency broadcasting service.

911 Broadcast - Client User Guide

Emergency Notification Systems

Campaign Definition

Once logged in, the administrator has the ability to overide any of the campaign settings prior to running an emergency voice broadcast. The following campaign information can be updated by the administrator:

  • Campaign - This must be a valid campaign name.
  • Description - A free form description of this campaign used for documentation.
  • Start Date - The starting date when this campaign should be run.
  • End Date - An ending date after which this campaign should terminate.
  • Start Time - The starting time on the start date when this emergency voice broadcast should be activated.
  • End Time - The ending time after which no further calls can be made during a day.
NOTE: If an emergency voice broadcast campaign is not completed within one day, the campaign will automatically begin the next day starting with the Start Time.

Table Of Contents

The Client User Guide is divided into the following sections: