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Gartner’s Emergency/Mass Notification Market Analysis Reports Are Published!

by Roberta J. Witty  |  March 27, 2012  |  1 Comment

It took some time, but we published four new notes regarding the emergency/mass notification market.

Magic Quadrant for U.S. Emergency/Mass Notification Services

Published: 8 March 2012 ID:G00217610   Analyst(s): Roberta J. Witty | John Girard | Jeff Vining | Catherine H. Goldstein

The emergency/mass notification services market continues to grow, and supports more than 50 vendors serving a wide variety of use cases. This Magic Quadrant focuses on enterprise-level offerings, and ranks 13 of the most competitive vendors in the U.S.

Market Analysis in Depth: EMNS Magic Quadrant

Published: 26 March 2012 ID:G00228648   Analyst(s): Roberta J. Witty | John Girard | Catherine H. Goldstein

Matching customer requirements to vendor capabilities is a complex analysis for the emergency or mass notification services market. Buyers of EMNS should use this research to guide their vendor selection projects. EMNS vendors should use this research to enhance their product road maps.

The Emergency or Mass Notification Service Market: Now and for the Next Five Years

Published: 26 January 2012 ID:G00230184   Analyst(s): Roberta J. Witty | John Girard | Catherine H. Goldstein

Emergency or mass notification service solutions are used by many industries for a growing list of use cases, resulting in a large vendor field among which none can support all. With little integration with in-house applications, EMNS switching costs are currently low.

Toolkit: Emergency and Mass Notification RFP Template, 2011

Published: 22 November 2011 ID:G00219292   Analyst(s): Roberta J. Witty

There is a broad range of vendors, products and service offerings from which to choose the right tool for your organization. Use this customizable Toolkit as a starting point for your own evaluation of the vendors and products in this market space.

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Roberta J. Witty
Research VP
11 years at Gartner
33 years IT industry

Roberta Witty is a research VP in Gartner Research, where she is part of the Compliance, Risk and Leadership group. Her primary area of focus is business continuity management and disaster recovery. Ms. Witty is the role specialty lead for… Read Full Bio


Thoughts on Gartner’s Emergency/Mass Notification Market Analysis Reports Are Published!


  1. Jason Falbo says:

    Hello,

    I don’t believe we were contacted for data in this report. We have secured some of the most high profile mass notification applications in the United States including retrofitting of the Fort Hood Military Base in the United States.

    It would be interesting to discuss opportunities to participate in the research in the future.

    Jason. Falbo
    VP Engineering
    The Mircom Group of Companies.



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