Global Alert System
Global Alerts meets the highest data protection and data security requirements and unlike whatsApp, Facebook or other social media channels, GlobalAlerts offers the only real secure communication channel, as it does not allow any external access and is a closed system phone numbers are automatically anonymized so that only the system can relate the phone numbers to the correct names and groups.
LOCATION OF SERVERS
All data from GlobalAlerts is located on servers in the respective country where GlobalAlerts is published and therefore are in line with the local privacy standers. By contrast, the servers of messaging providers (often US companies) or social media networks are often run outside of the respective economic area, so their data protection standards are not in line with local data protection regulations.
NATIONAL TELCO PARTNER
GlobalAlerts has been created for a easy and fast implementation in various international markets. To provide maximum capacities the GlobalAlerts System connects to the national telecommunication partners to deliver services via the sip trunking networks of the national telecommunication partner.
HOW EASY RECEIVERS CAN REGISTER & SIGN IN
HOW AUTHORITY CAN RECORD & SEND CALLS
a. Dial the Global Alerts access number from any given phone to record a call file directly within the system and send the call to all receivers immediately.
b. Record messages through any given device (smartphone etc.), send the call files to a Global Alerts project manager and arrange date and time of the calls to be sent to the pre-arranged group.
Request the direct feedback of receivers by providing dial-tone options in the spoken message:
“…push 1 for…”,
“…push 3 to get a call back from…”,
“…or push 5 to receive a text message with…”
ANALYSIS OF CALLS & ALERTS
After every call, GlobalAlerts will provide a report file with the following key figures:
- Reached and non-reached recipients
- Listening duration to the call recipient
- Selected InCall Activities of the recipents
Recipents who were not reached can be called again automatically with the original message, or get a call with a
new message at later stage.