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Chevron Nigeria secures Niger Delta with AtHoc

AtHoc Incorporated, the world leader in networked crisis communication, recently stated that Chevron Nigeria has integrated AtHoc technology to create a fully enhanced emergency mass notifications system (EMNS) for its joint venture refinery in the Niger Delta region, reports ITRealms.

"AtHoc is the unmatched innovator with the most secured crisis communications platform and also with the deepest track record in executing unified emergency mass notifications systems for large-scale industrial complexes," explained Mr. Kunle Dada, Managing Director, Benabigail Ventures Limited, Lagos, Nigeria.

"When Chevron presented its requirements for unified emergency alerting, we conducted a thorough assessment of the market," and AtHoc came top, ITRealms gathered..

"We are honored by the trust that Chevron Nigeria and its partners have placed in AtHoc," said Efraim Petel, AtHoc's Vice President of Public Safety. "AtHoc applies a network approach to solving the most complex requirements in safety and security, which results in creating a safer environment for our customer's valued personnel and business operations."

By selecting AtHoc's EMNS technology to unify their disparate communications systems together, ITRealms learnt, Chevron Nigeria has strengthened safety and security readiness for its personnel and business operations.

AtHoc is the pioneer and recognized leader in networked crisis communication, protecting millions of people around the world. AtHoc provides a seamless and reliable exchange of critical information among organizations, their people, devices and external entities

Cyriacus Nnaji/ GEE

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