Everbridge (formerly known as 3n Global and the National Notification Network) is a global provider of SaaS-based critical communications and enterprise safety solutions. It began operations in 2002. In an emergency, Everbridge sends messages via telephone, text message and email, but stop once they know that a person has read a message. An app allows emergency managers to track geotagged tweets that contain specific hashtags and use this information to respond to incidents as they occur.

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