The Ultimate Severe Weather Warning System for Decision Makers
WeatherCall Enterprise is like having the world’s best meteorologist watching day and night and notifying you when hazardous weather is going to strike your exact location. WeatherCall will provide information that is so precise that administrators will be able to confidently determine whether or not they must activate appropriate emergency protocols. From the moment the National Weather Service issues a warning to when you receive that vital information, time is your enemy. WeatherCall Enterprise is fast and accurate, making that vital time-sensitive decision possible. No alerting system is faster.
Warnings from the National Weather Service (NWS) are very specific and laser focused. Warning delivery systems are frequently so general and broad that decision makers have to spend extremely valuable time hunting for information regarding their exact location. You often receive warnings when severe storms are too far away to have any effect on your operation.
If an administrator lacking highly ste-specific information chooses to err on the side of caution and suspend operations when it was not necessary, it impacts the company’s bottom line in a negative way. This can range from costly machinery shutdowns, sheltering patients in interior hallways, disrupted cash flow, and jeopardizes customer and employee relations.
A storm or tornado striking your location while normal operations are being conducted places lives and property at additional risk and can create potential liability for you.
WeatherCall Enterprise allows managers to confidently make sheltering decisions with timely, official, and accurate decision support tools. The annual cost is surprisingly affordable and delivers huge ROI’s to your business by avoiding unnecessary and costly weather shutdowns. Make the right decision every time.
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