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Everbridge Announce 4th Annual Critical Event Management Impact Awards Program

Everbridge a global leader in Critical Event Management (CEM), has announced the kick-off of its fourth annual Critical Event Management Impact Awards. The program recognizes unique, innovative and inspiring use of the Everbridge CEM Platform to support life safety, global security, organizational resilience and business continuity.

This year’s program comes at a crucial time as the global coronavirus pandemic continues to threaten lives and operations, creating a challenging environment for returning people more safely to work, school, and public spaces. Nominations for the 2020 Critical Event Management Impact Awards opened today for both Individual and Organizational categories, and can be submitted here.

Among this year’s categories are new honors inspired by the ongoing fight against COVID-19, including Best Use of Technology for the Safe Return To Work, Best Use of Technology for the Safe Return To Campus, a healthcare-themed award recognizing the safe resumption of elective surgeries amid the coronavirus threat, and the effective deployment of a Contact Tracing solution to return people to public places.

Organizations may nominate themselves or individuals on their teams for an Impact Award. An independent panel of industry experts will select the recipients after closely reviewing all submissions. Each of the winners will receive an engraved statuette and a digital award seal honoring their excellence in critical event management, will be highlighted on social media and on Everbridge’s Critical Event Management Impact Awards page, and will be invited to participate in testing and feedback sessions during new product development.

Nomination submissions will close November 11 and this year’s winners will be announced in December.

Read the full announcement here.

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