FRAMINGHAM, Mass.—Rave Mobile Safety (Rave), the critical communication and collaboration platform customers count on when it matters most, has announced record growth in the first quarter, with 95 percent of its business deals resulting from clients upgrading from competitive systems.
The trend underscores Rave’s success over the last 18 years helping community and business leaders prepare better, respond faster, and communicate more effectively during emergencies, in crisis situations, and planned events.
Rave’s stellar first quarter achievements come on the heels of 12 consecutive years of revenue growth and demonstrates that a wide array of organizations and businesses are increasingly relying on Rave’s easy-to-use technological solutions to communicate with key stakeholders before, during, and after adverse events.
“The challenges that state and local governments, public safety officials, and corporate leaders are facing today – whether it’s a global pandemic, natural disaster, hostile event, or any other incident that requires integrated strategies and outreach to key audiences – is of the utmost importance to those charged with safety, security, and business continuity,” Rave CEO Todd Piett said. “Rave is playing an active role in helping our clients improve their ability to respond to time-critical incidents and life safety events, as demonstrated by the number of customers choosing to replace their previous safety solutions with an upgrade to Rave.”
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