Singlewire Software

1002 Deming Way
Madison, WI 53717

About Singlewire Software

Singlewire Software, based in Madison, Wisconsin, is the developer of InformaCast, a leading emergency notification platform, and Visitor Aware, a cutting-edge visitor check-in and student management system. Both products enable organizations to detect threats, notify everyone and manage incidents. Our software is used by thousands of organizations all over the world. We offer a complete toolset for screening visitors, delivering on-site and mobile alerts, and handling critical situations from start to finish. Our team helps organizations protect their people with solutions that help keep people safe and informed. Everywhere, every time.

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Products by Singlewire Software

By Singlewire Software

Protect what matters most with InformaCast, a mass notification system that sends audio, text and images to mobile and on-premises devices. It increases the speed, reach, and success rate of emergency notification communications to get critical information to the people that need it. Read more »