January 21, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval
Last week in Washington the price of poor communication became tragically clear. The Wall Street Journal reported
, “As rioters stormed the Capitol, the numerous federal and local agencies that police the nation’s capital produced a flood of urgent communications, but they struggled to sort through lines of command and coordinate a forceful response.”
Mutualink is the first and only software-based, multimedia platform that securely shares voice, data, and video between multiple devices, networks and agencies on a nationwide basis allowing them to coordinate responses in minutes instead of hours. Mutualink is already used by multiple federal, state, and local agencies as well as private companies including:
- Department of Homeland Security, FEMA, TSA, U.S. Coast Guard
- State Police in CT, NJ, NY, MA, NH
- The Cities of Orlando, Atlantic City, Newark, and others
- Corporations including Bloomberg, Travelers, Goldman Sachs, British Petroleum and more
Built for today’s unpredictable world, Mutualink has been proven in natural disasters, emergency response incidents, and crime prevention scenarios. Mutualink is highly scalable and flexible with the ability to adapt for use by small businesses and international agencies.
Join our Webinar on January 21 to hear from Mutualink CEO, Mark Hatten and learn how Mutualink is ready to help officials calm a chaotic world.
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