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Join CI Today for MNEC Webinar

Learn metrics on demand for mass notification emergency communication solutions, plus the basics on how to deliver MNEC to clients across all markets in this free web event at 2pm on Nov. 21.

CI Staff

Join CI today, Nov. 21, at 2:00pm EST for the free webinar “Why Integrators Can No Longer Afford to Ignore MNEC.”

Let’s be frank. Mass notification emergency communication (MNEC) is a solution integrators and organizations wish they didn’t have to worry about, but they can no longer afford that luxury.

Headlines break all too frequently with news of school shootings, workplace tragedies and life-threatening weather events.

Organizations need communication solutions to help their people become informed of dangerous circumstances and of precautions to take. Clear communication requires professional audio, networking and video solutions and, therefore, a coordinated effort between integrators, security professionals and authorities having jurisdiction (AHJ).

MNEC solutions are critically in demand. It’s estimated to be a $1.5 billion industry in 2013 and will grow to $2.5 billion in 2014, according to NSCA executive director Chuck Wilson.

In this webinar:

  • Chuck Wilson, executive director, NSCA will outline the emerging category, quantify demand and recommend how integrators can use their skills to deliver these critical solutions.
  • Scott Lord, executive officer, All Systems will describe the basics of MNEC systems and focus on what integrators and system designers really need to understand in order to excel at these mission-critical projects.
  • John Tommaney, director of emergency management, Boston College will add real-world perspective and analysis from his role as a critical MNEC decision maker at a major university.

CI and editor Tom LeBlanc will join the panelists to answer MNEC questions from audience members. Tweet your questions @MNECsite or email LeBlanc at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Click here to register now for this webinar.

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