Everbridge announced Tuesday that Siemens will adopt its critical event management platform to help safeguard employees and operations in the event of a major incident. Siemens also agreed to share domain knowledge, artificial intelligence and machine learning tools with Everbridge as part of a technology alliance.
“We are very excited about our shared vision of combining Everbridge’s top-of-class Critical Event Management portfolio with our own capabilities in the field of data analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence into one end-to-end platform to keep people safe and operations running,” said Marco Mille, chief security officer of Siemens.
Everbridge’s CEM Platform will enable Siemens to better assess threats, monitor the wellbeing of their workforces, rapidly communicate warnings, protect supply chains and accelerate the analysis of their operational response.
Everbridge will enhance Siemens’ capabilities to rapidly pinpoint threats and automate response to avoid costly impact, including the ongoing pandemic, cyberattacks, an IT outage, severe weather, workplace violence, life safety, business assets, supply chain or brand.
“With critical events such as COVID-19 on the rise, we are proud to form an alliance with such a forward-thinking global brand like Siemens,” said Javier Colado, senior vice president of Everbridge's international business. “We are excited to work with Siemens to roll out CEM as part of our recent launch of the platform in Europe and to also collaborate in the areas of AI and machine learning to continue to advance our capabilities.”
Everbridge, Inc. (NASDAQ: EVBG) is a global software company that provides enterprise software applications that automate and accelerate organizations’ operational response to critical events in order to Keep People Safe and Businesses Running™.
During public safety threats such as active shooter situations, terrorist attacks or severe weather conditions, as well as critical business events including IT outages, cyber-attacks or other incidents such as product recalls or supply-chain interruptions, over 5,200 global customers rely on the company’s Critical Event Management Platform to quickly and reliably aggregate and assess threat data, locate people at risk and responders able to assist, automate the execution of pre-defined communications processes through the secure delivery to over 100 different communication devices, and track progress on executing response plans.