Send Word Now Releases Single Sign-On Functionality for Ease of Access to its Notification Platform
NEW YORK, NY – March 7, 2012.Send Word Now, the leading provider of on-demand alerting, response, and incident management services, announced today that it is the first pure play ENS provider to release a Single Sign-On (SSO) capability. SSO will provide Send Word Now customers with a simple authentication capability, allowing them to respond to emergencies faster than ever.
Send Word Now administrators can now leverage their enterprise credentials in order to seamlessly access the Company’s emergency notification platform. Send Word Now's SSO framework can be fully integrated with most widely adopted SSO frameworks, including SAML 2.0 and OpenID.
“As the leading provider of emergency notification solutions, Send Word Now is committed to staying at the forefront of technological innovation,” said Send Word Now CTO Alex Tsepetis. “We are happy to be the first provider to offer this market leading feature, which will lead to reduced support calls, improved efficiency, and increased security for our customers.” For more detailed information regarding this exciting new feature, read the inaugural blog posting “From the CTO’s Desk” here.
About Send Word Now
Send Word Now is the leading provider of on-demand alerting and incident management services for both routine and emergency communication. The easy-to-use, web-based emergency notification service is used by government agencies, municipalities, universities, non-profit organizations and businesses, including many Fortune 500 companies, to ensure fast, effective, two-way communication in real-time. Send Word Now's Alert Tracer® provides a full audit trail of messages sent and received for after-action reporting and follow-up. Designed to reach anyone, anywhere, anytime, with any device over any type of connection, Send Word Now's mass notification system is capable of transmitting hundreds of thousands of voice and text messages in minutes. The company is headquartered in New York City. Visit Send Word Now on the web at http://www.sendwordnow.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Send Word Now on Twitter at http://twitter.com/sendwordnow and check out our new blog for industry news and insights at http://www.sendwordnow.com/Company/Blog.
Sheri Ann Laza-Schmitz