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Send Word Now

April 18, 2013 09:23 ET

Send Word Now Selected as Finalist for Upcoming "Innovative Product of the Year" Award by Continuity Insurance & Risk (CIR) Magazine

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Apr 18, 2013) - Send Word Now, the leading worldwide provider of emergency notification and critical communications services, announced today it has been nominated as a finalist for the "Innovative Product of the Year" award by CIR Magazine. Based in London, England, CIR Magazine is a top trade publication for business continuity and risk management professionals from around the globe.

According to CIR, the nomination recognizes individuals and organizations in business continuity, security and risk management "whose innovative strategies and industry savvy make them stand out above the rest." Awards will be presented at the CIR Awards Gala being held in London, England on May 30, 2013.

"Send Word Now is honored to have been short-listed for this prestigious award," said Lorin Bristow, Senior Vice President of Marketing for the company. "CIR Magazine has a strong reputation for providing award-winning content focused on business continuity and disaster recovery. We greatly appreciate its recognition of our commitment to innovation in the critical communications marketplace."

About Send Word Now
Headquartered in New York City, Send Word Now is the leading provider of on-demand alerting for crisis communication. The company's easy-to-use, web-based emergency notification solutions and mobile applications are used by businesses, government agencies, universities, and non-profit organizations to ensure fast, effective, two-way communications when it is needed the most.

Send Word Now's enterprise-class notification system is capable of transmitting hundreds of thousands of voice and text messages in minutes while providing a full audit trail for after-action reporting and follow-up. It is designed to reach anyone, anywhere, anytime, with any device over any type of connection.

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