OnSolve Announces Continued Growth as Enterprises Seek to Manage Uncertainty

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Leading Provider of Critical Event Management Technology Adds 600+ Customers to the OnSolve Platform for Critical Event Management, Grows Enterprise Customer Base by 115% Since January

Following a year of unprecedented uncertainty, OnSolve, a leading critical event management provider for enterprises, SMB organizations, and government entities, has announced significant customer growth and use of OnSolve technology, as organizations prioritize operational resilience and risk management.

Since the beginning of the year, OnSolve has:

  • Added more than 600 customers to the OnSolve Platform for Critical Event Management
  • Grown its enterprise customer base by 115%, adding more than 600 new users to its AI-powered risk intelligence user base
  • Added new platform integrations with Slack, Microsoft Teams, Facebook and Twitter

“OnSolve is uniquely positioned to help business leaders prepare for and manage the unexpected,” said Mark Herrington, CEO, OnSolve. “From the pandemic to civil unrest, supply chain disruption, active assailants and severe weather, business leaders face an increasing number of uncertainties as they begin to re-open offices, manage permanent hybrid working models and support business travel. We are honored they are choosing OnSolve to help keep them safe, informed, assured and productive when it matters most.”

AI-Powered Risk Intelligence on the Rise
In addition to growing its enterprise customer base, OnSolve has also experienced major growth in risk intelligence customers. OnSolve has grown its risk intelligence customer base by 600 since January and saw more than 100 percent increase in the number of business travelers being monitored by OnSolve Risk Intelligence since December. Companies including Cincinnati Bell and athenahealth have recently selected OnSolve’s AI-driven Risk Intelligence product to power their enterprise risk management architecture.

A recent Aberdeen survey of senior enterprise leaders, sponsored by OnSolve, found that more than 61 percent of large enterprises reported receiving the right information of  potential risks too late to act and almost 50 percent of businesses required hours or days to analyze crisis data. As part of the OnSolve Platform for Critical Event Management, OnSolve Risk Intelligence allows customers to quickly and accurately identify adverse events and analyze the risks posed by those incidents without human intervention using artificial intelligence.

Read the full announcement here.

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