CRE Professionals Benefit from 90 Days of Free Crisis Notification, Consulting and Emergency Training Services
Atlanta, Ga. – June 19, 2012 – Preparis, an innovative emergency preparedness company based in Atlanta, Ga., is participating for the first time in BOMA 2012 from June 24 – 26 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Wash.
The company will provide commercial real estate professionals with product demonstrations, and BOMA participants will be able to take advantage of its offer to try three months of disaster preparedness and emergency training services for free, with no contractual obligations.
BOMA is a learning and networking event that enables commercial real estate professionals to obtain new information, strategies and tactics to learn how to reduce costs, boost NOI and increase operational performance. Preparis, located at BOMA 2012’s booth 846, is the leading provider of comprehensive emergency preparedness services, combining state-of-the-art disaster notifications, consulting and emergency training services to enable program participants to become aware of emergencies and learn the correct safety protocols to follow during a crisis. During BOMA 2012, Preparis, a BOMA 360 Ambassador, will attend and participate in a variety of meetings and committees to offer its expertise on emergency and disaster preparedness in today’s corporate world.
Preparis’ products help businesses complete the BOMA 360 Performance Program, sponsored by BOMA International, which evaluates buildings in a variety of areas, including energy, security and risk management, and life safety. Preparis’ emergency preparedness services are designed to help buildings earn security and preparedness points, which help buildings attain the BOMA 360 designation. This designation allows companies to demonstrate to their employees, tenants and prospective tenants that their buildings meet the highest industry standards for operational and management excellence.
“Our emergency preparedness services are especially important for the commercial real estate vertical,” said Randall Tolbert, president of Preparis. “We have designed our products to address a number of industries; however, our CRE-customized solutions enable our clients to centralize and automate emergency and disaster preparedness services that optimize communication between a property manager and his/her tenants, improving building safety. Additionally, our products help companies meet and exceed state-specific building preparedness obligations. At BOMA 2012, we are encouraging CRE professionals to try our crisis consulting, disaster notification and emergency training services at no cost for three months, as we are confident that we can improve safety levels and streamline emergency communication in even that small amount of time.”
For more information about Preparis or to learn more about its comprehensive range of emergency preparedness and training services, please visit www.preparis.com. For more information about BOMA 2012, please visit www.bomaconvention.org/boma2012/.
Preparis provides the industry’s first subscription-based emergency preparedness platform, with a two-way emergency notification system that is simple and easy-to-use in the event of a crisis. The platform also combines expert information, response protocols and employee training, designed to help companies build and maintain a capable crisis team to streamline communication during a disaster. For more information about Preparis, please visit www.preparis.com.