September 19, 2014 11:29 PM ET

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Company Overview of AtHoc, Inc.

Company Overview

AtHoc, Inc. provides network-centric mass notification and emergency communication systems for security, life safety, and defense sectors. The company’s products include IWSAlerts mass notification system that uses the existing Internet protocol (IP) network to send audio-visual alerts of emergency conditions and information to targeted personnel through their desktops, handhelds, mobile devices, telephony, and giant voice systems; cloud architectures; IP integration module that is used to IP-enable legacy mass notification systems, such as giant voice, campus cable TV, and local radio, as well as serves as a conduit between them; and weather alerts module that integrates with the national w...

2215 Bridgepointe Parkway

Suite 150

San Mateo, CA 94404

United States

Founded in 1999

Phone:

650-685-3000

Fax:

650-685-3010

Key Executives for AtHoc, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Vice President of Finance and Administration
Senior Vice President of Global Engineering and Operations
Chief Technology Officer
General Counsel
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

AtHoc, Inc. Key Developments

Jim Hoppe Joins AtHoc, Inc. as Vice President of Commercial Sales

AtHoc, Inc. announced the appointment of Jim Hoppe to the position of Vice President of Commercial Sales. Previously, Hoppe headed up Strategic Accounts and Initiatives for HP Software's Americas Sales team.

Evans Community Hospital Implements AtHoc, Inc.'s Emergency Communications Solution to Protect Patients and Staff

AtHoc, Inc. announced Evans Army Community Hospital located on Fort Carson will use AtHoc's solution for emergency communication via email, text, telephone calls and the AtHoc Mobile Notifier(TM) with its staff for weather related events, natural disasters, and human threats to patients and caregivers for its approximately 2,500 personnel within acute and ambulatory locations across this Colorado based Army installation.

Navy Medicine Operational Training Center Selects AtHoc, Inc to Protect Personnel

AtHoc, Inc. announced the AtHoc solution for mass notification and command-wide communications will be implemented at headquarters for the Navy Medicine Operational Training Center located aboard Naval Air Station Pensacola, Fla. The mission of the NMOTC and its 15 detachments throughout the United States is to provide operational medicine and aviation survival training for medical practitioners who support personnel around the world serving in the Army, Marine Corp, Navy and Air Force. As part of its effort to protect staff and students at its Pensacola headquarters, the NMOTC will deploy desktop alerts, text, phone call, email and notifications via smartphone applications provided by AtHoc.

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