Welcome to the CommunityAlerts.ie Blog

Welcome to the all-new CommunityAlerts.ie blog! Our blog provides a unique opportunity to share our news, provide you with updates and promotions while also offering a place for us to interact with you online. If you’re wondering what you can expect from on our blog, we primarily want to use it as a useful source of information on any aspect which assists our service and product to you. We are also aiming to leverage a social media platform, to engage and interact with you. We take all feedback you may have in to consideration and use it purposefully, as we move forward to continue to enhance our service and add new features. In addition to this, we will use the blog to share helpful multimedia tutorials such as videos, photo albums and much more.

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Announcing a major upgrade to our service

Welcome to the new CommunityAlerts.ie web site. Our site has been redesigned and our team here at Pin Point Alerts has grown. After some months of planning, Pin Point Alerts are delighted to announce the launch of our new website CommunityAlerts website. We would firstly, like to welcome our new business development manager, Emma Mullins to the team. Secondly, have been working hard behind the scenes to enhance our online platform, to offer you the customer, more features and a continuing efficient service.

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Introducing our Landline Call Alerts: How to reach vulnerable people who do not use a mobile phone

There is a massive requirement by community groups to offer alerts by channels other than SMS Text Message. You might think that this would include a move towards our Smartphone App, but sometimes the feedback we received from groups showed that the opposite was true. What groups really want are Landline Alerts. It didn't take long for us to figure out the reasoning for this. Many group managers mentioned that the people living in their communities who were most vulnerable to crime were elderly citizens who didn't own a mobile phone. So what groups really wanted was a quick, easy and cost-effective way to contact these community members using landline phone calls in an automated way.

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