Sentinel is a crisis communications platform to accelerate and improve your crisis response. Dynamic, digital tools allow you to send mass notification alerts, share documents, communicate via chat channels and attend instant conference calls.
Developed as a mobile-first solution, Sentinel is accessible anywhere, any time. Administrators have eyes-on access, with all data secured for post-incident review.
Sentinel is hosted on a single-tenant, secure cloud server to protect against cyber-attacks and server loss. The Sentinel crisis console is protected by two-factor authentication adding an extra layer of protection.
A white-label version of the Sentinel incident management app is available, allowing clients to add their own name and branding.
Sentinel is used for critical incident management & crisis response extensively in the financial, legal, entertainment and engineering sectors.
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Sentinel crisis response software lets you:
When Sentinel is in use, every action and communication is saved in real time for post-incident analysis and learning.
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“The one thing that always goes awry during a crisis is communication with your staff and customers. Imagine having a system that not only allows you to tell them what needs to happen, but also allows them to reply. A system that puts all your business continuity plans at your fingertips. Well, I think you’ve found it.”
- Chris Phillips, GCGI, FSyl, Former Head of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office.
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