Everbridge Partners with Digital Transformation Leader Atos to Expand Critical Event Management (CEM) Adoption Globally
Everbridge, Inc. (NASDAQ: EVBG), the global leader in critical event management (CEM), and Paris-based Atos SE (CAC40: ATO), a global leader in digital transformation and cybersecurity with 110,000 employees and annual revenue of € 12 billion, today announced a partnership to expand CEM adoption worldwide, providing Everbridge additional global routes to market.
Atos customers will gain seamless access to Everbridge’s critical event management solutions, helping them ensure that organizations and their people remain safe, while keeping businesses running. As a leader in decarbonized digital, Atos provides tailored end-to-end solutions across industries in 73 countries, including serving as a technology partner for the Olympic & Paralympic Games.
“Everbridge and its critical event management solutions complement Atos’ offerings extraordinarily well,” said Robert Vassoyan, Chief Executive Officer, Atos Unify. “Whether in the public safety space or in other industries, such as healthcare, utilities and manufacturing, Everbridge’s leading CEM platform enables governments and businesses to effectively manage Command, Control and Communication to citizens, employees, clients and partners better than ever before. We remain excited about the value this new partnership will bring to our clients. Critical event management remains a key component of C-level and Public leaders’ preparedness plans, especially in today’s uncertain world.”
Everbridge initially announced its joint work with Atos Public Safety LLC as part of the winning contract with the State of California to upgrade the state’s outdated 9-1-1 system. Atos, which serves as the Prime Network Service Provider (PNSP) for the initiative, partnered with Everbridge to enable a statewide common delivery system for alerts and warnings. The effort serves as a vital step forward in making the state better prepared to assist those in need during emergencies and natural disasters.