Veoci had an amazing 2017, experiencing exciting growth as a company, offering new solutions to our customers and partners, continuously updating and improving the Veoci platform with new technology and features, maintaining our reputation for impeccable customer service, and providing leadership in emergency and operations management software. Learn more about Veoci and the outstanding work
In the Veoci Blog, we aim not to simply provide good reading for those in the emergency management and public safety sectors, but to share too what we are learning day by day as a rapidly growing safety and operations solution. 2017 was another great year of sharing helpful facts, unique insights, and exciting innovations
The Veoci Team wishes you and yours a very happy and safe holiday season, full of joy and free of incident!
Upwards of 105 million people are expected to travel over the end of year holidays this year. Among them will be a majority of the 12,000 students and 4,500 faculty and staff of Yale University. During this high traffic holiday season, The Yale Travel Registry enables the university to know where the members of its community
The National Healthcare Coalition Preparedness Conference of 2017 (NHCPC) finished up just over a week ago. We followed up with Rich Smith, a Senior Solutions Associate at Veoci, who attended the conference for the first time this year. He had some great insights about HCCs, how they’ve transformed over the years, and how they’re preparing
Veoci will be at the 6th consecutive NHCPC (National Healthcare Coalition Preparedness Conference) in San Diego, November 28-30th The Veoci team will attend 2017 NHCPC to discuss emergency management and preparedness with all the HHCs (healthcare coalitions) there with us! We’re really looking forward hearing stories and sharing knowledge with over 1,100 dedicated members of
On November 15th and 16th, GridEx, a biennial event, will be taking place. Representatives from the North American utility industry, as well as various regional and federal agencies, will take part in simulated emergencies to test their response plans. This year, three separate drills will be put forth to test each organization’s response plans, see