Alerts are sent to computer screens and immediately get peoples’ attention, no matter what they are doing, so they can take appropriate action in an emergency situation.
A panic button is used in a workplace emergency to launch specific actions and notifications. The DeskAlerts virtual notification button works in the same way.
Shortcuts are created in advance and placed on the mobile phone or desktop screen of employees with emergency management responsibilities. Clicking on the shortcut will trigger emergency alerts to be sent to employees’ devices - desktops, laptops, mobiles or digital screens on the company’s premises.
The DeskAlerts software panic button forms emergency alert module.
Use shortcuts to quickly send pre-defined emergency notifications to your staff - reaching up to 10,000 people within a couple of seconds.
The emergency button triggers alerts via PCs laptops or tablets in seconds and you can be reassured your employees won't miss important information right when they need it.
You can use shortcuts to send pop-up alerts, full screen alerts and scrolling tickers.
Your emergency messages will appear on the employee’s screen, no matter what else they are doing at the time – even if it is locked or on screensaver mode.
Urgent messages can take over the entire computer screen and block the user from being able to do anything else.
Messages can be sent to different audience segments: send to the entire workplace, or to different audience demographics.
Your messages can be sent using different alert border colors depending on the type of emergency and the seriousness of the incident.
Receive reports about who has read your messages, how many people reacted to it etc. These statistics are in real time, offering you up-to-the-minute insights.
Different employees can receive different content depending on their role within the organization.
A copy of your desktop alert can be sent as a voice message to employees’ phones instead, using the Twilio gateway.
Alerts can be scheduled for specific dates and times and recurring notifications can be sent within patterns that you specify.
You can send messages that require the user to confirm they have read and understood what you have sent so that you can keep them accountable.
Communication is not missed anymore“All departments use DeskAlerts to send communication that would ordinarily be missed via email communication.”
Broadcast information that affects daily work“DeskAlerts lets us broadcast system information to users. We have placed information monitors in several positions in our building where we broadcast systems alerts and news to share information about system breakdowns or other significant information that can affect peoples’ daily work.”
It is important to have pop-up notifications“DeskAlerts enabled us to deploy emergency notifications to our employees’ desktops without relying on any of the existing platforms. It was important for us to have a pop-up notification that would be in the user’s face, no matter what they were working on at the time.”