The Picasse communication platform is a very user friendly and reliable system for urgent communication. The system is used since 2001 in situations where fast response times to incidents and calamities are essential.
Alerting persons fast and straightforward during incidents an calamities.
Picasse makes it easy to send messages and alerts manually and automatically to (groups of) recipients. Picasse utilizes generic communication devices such as DECT phones and Smart phones. The messages are presented however in a very distinctive way and with the highest attention value possible.
The alerts can be send as text and- voice messages through both the public- and the company infrastructure. Fast, secure and reliable. Anyone with a (mobile) phone can be alerted fast, no matter when or where they are. The sender immediately receives the feedback on the sent alert. All statuses are updated real-time. Alert statuses includes delivery status, read confirmation and feedback from the receiver. Users or receivers are able to start an immediate conference call to follow up on the alert. This works very fast and effective in critical situations.
Flexible set up and connected alarm triggers.
Alerting can be performed through an web application, whereby a PC/tablet with internet and a set of mobile phones is adequate. There are a number of other means to alert for those companies that have additional requirements or wishes. Alerting can be performed for example through as special touch screen. This system is able to work autonomously in case the local internet connection or power supply is lost. Even connecting physical buttons, alerting from any phone and through special apps are all possible.
Comprehensive interfaces adds the possibility to integrate the Picasse platform with virtually any security system or business critical application. Think for example about fire alarm and security systems or business critical servers.
User friendly administration through internet.
The Picasse system is built in way that users, receivers, recipient lists and connected systems can be fully managed through an web application. Assigning rights to users can be performed by the administrator. This means for example that a particular user is only able to sent alerts and has no access to the administration.