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As a business and member of our local and global community, we hope our efforts contribute to mitigating the impact that this pandemic has on you, your organization, and your community.
Whether you're planning ahead, going about business as usual, or sounding the alarm, Veoci helps you stay in control.
Veoci leads the way in software solutions for crisis management, emergency response, and business continuity - configured to how your teams and organization work.
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Get it done now. Roll out robust new processes in a week, so your teams can take advantage of the improvements right away. Easy to use with top notch support, Veoci lets you build everything you need with no-code, no-hassle solutions. We are built by practitioners and experts who care.
Spend time dealing with the emergency, not passing paper around the room - activate a virtual EOC that automates actions tailored to the incident
Maintaining all the moving parts of business continuity isn't easy - ensure that you're not caught off guard because the BC program isn't up to date
Your teams need a single, organized stream of communication if they're going to operate efficiently and coordinate responses with confidence
Missed or delayed notifications are unacceptable - your ENS should be reliable and integrated with your crisis management platform
Let your teams do more with your data by representing it all on a map, helping them make better decisions during emergencies and daily operations
Best in class operations, reporting, and response software for any sized airline or airport, offering solutions for incident response and management, SMS, Part 139, RIWS, and more.
The harder it is to manage your business continuity program, the more likely a crisis can do serious damage. Veoci lets you manage your RA, BIA, BCP, response, and recovery with ease.
How does your EOC handle the unexpected? Does it centralize, secure, and retain all communications in an orderly fashion? From high level planning to response deployment, Veoci has the solution.
Too many systems to cover all your compliance and resilience needs? Veoci provides one system for everything from EOC rounding, to CMS compliance mock survey, and BCP.
Game day crowd management. Classroom reassignments. Active shooter threats. From everyday operations to nightmare scenarios, Veoci helps you keep your campus safe.
All of Veoci's capabilities are ready for immediate use, without the limitations of modular add-ons or extra costs for advanced functionality. Cut down time spent logging into different systems, and learning to use them, too.
Technology is supposed to make collaboration easier, but does it? More ways to communicate doesn't always mean communication is happening. Streamline and organize information into one central location so no one is a text message behind.
Don't disrupt what works - you know your organization's needs. Veoci's configurability means there's no need to reinvent the wheel. And it's always up and running - there's no downtime for Veoci.
With Veoci, you don't just get software, you join a community of practitioners and experts dedicated to making sure your solutions do their job, sharing how they make their missions successful.
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