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Updated Crisis App- Crisis Commander Connect


Where will you be when the lights go out, or some other crisis happens?  Most likely not at your desk: your days are taken up with meetings, business travel, commuting, and time at home or on vacation with your family.  So the odds are you will not be at your desk.  Thats right, the desk… Learn More >

New Crisis App Video


Our Australian colleagues recently created this video on the Crisis Commander Crisis App and posted it on YouTube.  (If you are from that side of the world go to ) There are a few other videos posted on the Crisis Commander YouTube channel as well- check them out and let us know what you… Learn More >

Freeport McMoran Chooses Crisis Commander for Crisis and Emergency Management


September 2014 Freeport McMoRan’s Sierrita Copper and Molybdenum Mine has selected Crisis Commander to help it manage Emergencies and Crises.  Sierrita is a an open pit copper and molybdenum mine 2o mile sw of Tuscon, AZ.  The Sierrita team need a tool to help them centralize the emergency management process, communicate with employees and local… Learn More >

Transavia Selects Crisis Commander for its Crisis Management Software


Stockholm/Amsterdam 9th of September 2014 Dutch airline, KLM’s low price carrier (part of the Air France KLM Group) has selected Crisis Commander as their Crisis Management platform. Netherlands Transavia’s  CEO Mattijs ten Brink and Lars Blomgren from Svensk Krisledning AB, signed a four year agreement at a ceremony and press conference at Schiphol airport… Learn More >

5 Tools Crisis Managers Need


Crisis Management is as much art as science, and as a result companies often manage crises in widely differing ways, with differing results. But despite philosophical differences, and differences in type and quality of execution, we do believe there is a core set of tools crisis managers should have in their toolkits to help them… Learn More >

Crisis App Video


Check out our latest video on the new crisis app: Crisis App Video

Securing Your Mobile Device


We’re all using our mobile devices to help us perform more tasks every day, and they do make us more productive (usually).  This productivity comes with some risk, however, as they require our devices to have  personal data, important apps (such as a Crisis App) corporate data, contact information and more resident on the device.… Learn More >

5 things you need in a Crisis App


When a crisis hits, chances are your team members will not be at their desks and computers:  most likely they will be away from the office, and unable to access your crisis management system if it is binder or computer-based.  The good news is that with a Crisis Management App your smartphone can be a great… Learn More >

Ripe for Rebellion? Economist ID’s Global Hotspots in 2014


I recently read The Economist’s “The World in 2014”  issue, a must read for global Crisis Managers and Risk Managers.  Of particular note was the article  “Ripe for Rebellion”  which identifies 65 countries  at “High” or “Very High” risk for social unrest in 2014.  The usual suspects are there, such as Zimbabwe, Greece, Syria etc.  There are a… Learn More >

NOAA Crisis App Saves Lives in Illinois


In case you weren’t convinced that smartphones and Crisis Apps can help you manage crises and emergencies, look at what happened in Illinois.  An F4 tornado, with peak wind gusts of 170 to 190 MPH raged through Washington, Il on Monday.  Looking at footage of the destruction, its hard to believe the death toll wasn’t… Learn More >