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EVI’s solutions are designed specifically for disaster response and emergency response logistics, and as such allows Corporations to meet all of their Consequence Management needs, to seamlessly connect with other emergency management entities, and to ensure the protection and safety of people, equipment, and facilities across the various geographical areas in which they operate.
For many years now we have seen a significant increase in man-made and natural disasters that have called for unprecedented cooperation between Corporate and Governmental entities to be able to effectively respond to all situations. In all types of disasters: hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, earthquakes, tornadoes, and various man-made disasters, EVI has helped our Corporate clients to respond to their own corporate Consequence Management needs, to support the response efforts of governmental organizations, and to facilitate their collaboration with public and private sector partners to meet the needs of the general population that has been affected by a disaster.
EVI serves a variety of Corporate Clients, many of whom have prior experience utilizing Procurement and Supply Chain/ERP software packages. However, unlike EVI’s solutions, these packages are not designed to handle the complexities, nuances, and emergency management driven requirements necessary to adequately prepare for, respond to, and recover from natural and man-made emergencies. Further, these existing systems are not capable of easily interfacing with other entities involved in Consequence Management efforts.
EVI is committed to serving our Corporate Clients and looks forward to learning more about your needs and our ability to serve you.
News & Events
- How You Can Help Oklahoma Tornado Victims
- Emergency Visions is Exhibiting at the International Disaster Conference and Exposition in New Orleans from January 8-10th 2013
- Emergency Visions Attends 22nd CLEAN GULF Conference
- Emergency Visions is Exhibiting at the Miami All Hazards-All Stakeholders Summit 2012
- Sandy Could be an Unprecedented Storm