AMTELCO’s RED ALERT Event and Emergency Notification system is designed to save time, reduce errors, and speed your overall response time. RED ALERT is ideal for use in emergencies, such as severe weather situations, evacuations, bomb scares, terrorist attacks, serious accidents, pandemic situations, equipment failures, fires, and floods. RED ALERT is also ideal for use in sending notifications for recurring daily, weekly, and monthly meetings, as well as one-time special events.
AMTELCO, a woman-owned small business, is a leading provider of sophisticated call center and communication systems. AMTELCO has its roots in the early 1950s when its founder, William J. Curtin, invented and patented an advanced system for the call center owned by Bill, and his wife Eleanor.
Today, under the leadership of Owner Eleanor Curtin, AMTELCO’s 115 employees provide specially-designed products for many types of call centers, healthcare organizations, universities, shared tenant services, independent telephone companies, and corporations. With AMTELCO’s primary focus on designing systems that offer cutting-edge technology to reduce labor costs, increase profitability, and improve reliability, AMTELCO equipment is currently in operation in all 50 of the United States, and in more than 20 foreign countries.
"Florida State University is using the Red Alert system on campus for contacting emergency personnel and other groups, including disabled students during campus emergencies. Red Alert is an important part of our process of emergency notification on campus. We also activate over 375 Emergency Blue Light phones using the system and have the capability to send a recorded message to each tower."
Harvey "Buck" Buchanan Jr.
Director, Office of Telecommunications
Florida State University