Why it is worth working with F24

Are you wondering how F24 distinguishes itself as a SaaS provider for alerting and crisis management and how it differentiates itself from other providers? John Davison, Managing Director F-24 UK Ltd., points out three good reasons for working with F24.

Learn more about the use of FACT24 in our case studies now!

  • Case Study SCHOTT AG
  • Case Study Augentius
Case Study SCHOTT AG

Alerting all emergency specialists at the touch of a button

SCHOTT AG is a leading international technology group in the areas of speciality glass and glass-ceramics. No electricity - that is the worst-case scenario for SCHOTT AG, not only does production grind to a halt but very soon after sensitive systems become permanently damaged. It is therefore crucial that the employees, who take care of the systems in the event of disruptions and emergencies, are reached quickly. But SCHOTT AG is prepared: At the touch of a button, the emergency management issues alarms with FACT24 in case of an emergency.

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Case Study Augentius

Losses mitigated, clients reassured, and lessons learned

Augentius, that has been part of IQ-EQ since the end of 2018, found itself caught up in the London Bridge atrocity, a terrorist attack that took place on 3rd June 2017. As a result of this, the London office building was immediately evacuated and closed, while emergency services treated casualties and police gathered forensic evidence. Faced with denial of access to its premises, Augentius activated its disaster recovery and business continuity plans.

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Learn more about the areas of application of FACT24!

Whether you are assembling crisis teams or alerting all employees - In the event of an emergency, FACT24 will alert securely within seconds.

Crisis Management
FACT24 supports you reliably and flexible during a crisis - from communication, through to the consolidation of auditable documents.

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