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SunGard Debuts Advanced Crisis Communications Technology

April 7, 2010
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SunGard Availability Services (Wayne, Pa,) introduced NōtiFind for Hospitals to enable hospitals to locate, inform and coordinate responses with doctors, nurses, support staff and public safety officials in disasters.

According to the company, NōtiFind provides a comprehensive, automated approach that helps link hospital operations and IT staff through communications to boost operational resiliency and recover more quickly from business and IT disruptions.

NōtiFind can be used as a standalone notification solution or as a complement to SunGard‘s LDRPS for Hospitals business continuity planning software – avoiding the need to maintain two separate data sources. When integrated, LDRPS data updates are automatically transferred to NōtiFind, keeping critical contact data up to date, says the company.

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