Database Systems Corp. (DSC) markets computer related products and services since 1978. These solutions have been provided to various military and government organizations as well as local communities and businesses throughout the United States and Canada.
Our community warning program delivers phone messages to members of a group, company, or to an entire community using our voice broadcasting technology.
Many companies and communities use our emergency alert service to notify employees in the event of a disaster or unplanned event. In some cases, the notification is simply an alert with a phone number to call to obtain further information and detailed instructions and course of action.
Recorded phone messages announce emergencies such as school alerts or can be a warning to a community such as a forest fire evacuation alert.
DSC provides both emergency phone broadcasting equipment as well as emergency alert outsourcing services.
Contact Us Today to learn more about our emergency phone dialer services and call broadcasting systems.
Register Online And Save!
DSC now provides an online signup for both non-profit and business organizations wishing to use our emergency voice broadcasting outsourcing services. Signup is easy and can be accomplished in just a few minutes! Our competitive rates are affordable, even for the smallest calling campaign.
Start Calling In Just Minutes!. Using our new online signup lets you get started immediately with your calling campaign. Simply create an account and agree to our standard terms and conditions. Then download your list of phone numbers and record a message. We accept major credit cards and for as little as $25, you can begin calling. Its that simple!
Both emergency and non-emergency voice broadcasting services can be provided by DSC.
To register online, click on the the online registration image or button on the right.
Managing Emergency Calls From Your Smartphone
DSC lets you manage your emergency notification calling campaigns using your Droid and iPhone smartphones. The following easy to use functions are available to smartphone users.
This smartphone application lets you manage any number of emergency broadcasts using simple phone commands.
Contact DSC to learn more about this simple way to control your emergency broadcasting and to obtain a copy of this smartphone application.
- Login to your account
- Select a list of phone numbers to call
- Select saved recordings to broadcast
- Record messages by calling our service
- Start and Stop a voice broadcast
- Monitor the voice broadcast in progress
University of Southern Indiana
"The University of Southern Indiana is committed to being first and foremost an institution known for the quality of its instruction. Innovation will be required to provide the services and resources needed for a growing student population. Growth in enrollment will demand a greater range of services in housing, student life, and academic support.” - www.usi.edu
The University of Southern Indiana acquired an emergency alert system from Database Systems Corp. to contact students and faculty during an emergency situation. This system can also be used to make special announcements during non-emergency events.
CARE® (Call Reassurance®)
DSC provides a comprehensive telephone reassurance phone system (CARE®) and online service called eCARE™ that automatically call homebound residents, particularly the elderly, ensuring their well-being. CARE is short for "Call Reassurance".
CARE recipients receive a daily call and if our phone system determines that the call is not answered, our CARE program automatically contacts a family member or a responsible community organization such as the police, fire department or sheriff's office. CARE systems incorporate both voice broadcasting and IVR technologies.
Although designed for senior calling, our CARE program can also be used for non-emergency communications. CARE calls can also be used to send medication reminder calls to individuals.
What Is Emergency Phone Notification
Emergency notification by phone is a variation of voice broadcasting. Voice broadcasting is defined as the following:
Voice broadcasting is a communication technique that can broadcasts phone messages to hundreds or thousands of call recipients at once. This technology has both public and private applications. Companies can contact employees and customers instantaneously. Communities can likewise be contacted by emergency response centers.
Voice broadcasting systems manage a database of phone lists as well as phone recorded messages. Using computer telephony components, these computers can simultaneously broadcast thousands of phone messages. Personalized information can be included in the phone messages through the integration of Text To Speech software.
Using a large bank of phone lines, emergency messages can be broadcast to thousands of members of a community in a relatively short time period, thus informing large numbers of individuals of an emergency condition.
Contact Database Systems Corp.
Contact Us Today to learn more about our emergency calling systems and services.