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Rave Mobile Safety unveils enhanced Rave Platform

September 21, 2021SSN Staff

FRAMINGHAM, Mass.—Rave Mobile Safety (Rave), the leading provider of the critical communication and collaboration platform more than 8,000 customers count on when it matters most, has announced an enhanced version of its Rave Platform. The enhanced platform centralizes critical response and collaboration functions in a single unified interface to streamline communication, coordination and task management during time-critical events. As the industry’s only comprehensive safety...

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Rave Mobile Safety sees double-digit growth rate continue

February 17, 2021Cory Harris, Managing Editor

FRAMINGHAM, Mass.—The year 2020 saw the issues of health and public safety thrust into the American spotlight. From the COVID-19 pandemic that still engulfs us in 2021, to the civil unrest around the country that brought the issues of racial injustice and police reform to the forefront, the response needed to address these and other critical public safety events was absolutely essential to mitigate these incidents. Enter Rave Mobile Safety, a Framingham, Mass.-based provider of critical...

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Rave Mobile Safety conducts survey on employee safety

March 7, 2018Spencer Ives

FRAMINGHAM, Mass.—Rave Mobile Safety, an emergency communication software provider based here, took a look at companies' emergency preparedness by surveying people around the U.S.“We ultimately want to work with our customers to better serve employees so they feel more prepared and safer and protected in the workplace,” Katharine Dahl, director of marketing at Rave Mobile Safety, told Security Systems News. “So, that's what drove us to conduct this survey; to reach directly...

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Police chief gives Panic Button 'rave' review

August 22, 2014Amy Canfield

MILFORD, Mass.—Milford Police Chief Tom O'Loughlin looked at a number of systems to give him and his force better, faster emergency contact with local schools.Having had “great success” in his town of 27,000-plus with Rave Mobile Safety's Smart911 and SmartPrepare, he opted for the Rave Panic Button. All school staff members will have the mobile app on their cell phones.Training for school staff and officers will take place this fall “and then we'll be off and running with...

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