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Groupdolists Propels Crisis Management Forward with Redesigned Platform

Crisis management platform innovator Groupdolists has announced the release of Groupdolists 2.0, a significantly simplified user interface and experience. Incident leaders and crisis response teams can now access the new Groupdolists Dashboard during a disruption to instantly understand what’s happening, what tasks need completion, and what activities or information need attention.

“This release is significant, and we can’t wait to start using it”, said Ed Shubert, Senior Director, Global Security for McKesson Corporation. “The Groupdolists experience has been intuitive from the beginning, but now they have made it so simple that infrequent users can easily be invited to participate during an incident and clearly and intuitively know exactly where to go, what to do and how to do it.”

“Customer, prospect, and market feedback has always been the driving force behind how we prioritize improving our platform and lead the crisis management market,” says Michael J. Sher, Groupdolists Founder & CEO. “We continue to innovate and pride ourselves on streamlining better, faster, more intuitive experiences because every minute matters during unexpected disruptions. Organizations are using Groupdolists during tabletop exercises and in real-life situations when coordinating their teams in response to cyberattacks, data breaches, workplace violence, power outages, natural disasters, inclement weather, or other disruptions that threaten the safety and security of employees, assets, brands, supply chains, and reputations.”

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