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The Nation’s Largest Notification Provider Launches Dynamic Subgroup Capabilities

DAYTON, Ohio –  June 9, 2014 – One Call Now, America’s largest notification provider, has launched Dynamic Subgroup capabilities, ushering in a new era in communications data distribution. The implementation of this feature puts Group Leaders at the helm of a much more powerful data pool.

“It’s a fantastic way to tailor your communication needs and ensure your organization is being reached the way they prefer. Our school clients are particularly excited about this additional functionality and what it means for their on-the-fly communications,” commented Leib Lurie, CEO at One Call Now. “Being able to get a hold of every parent of an eighth grader who is on Bus 2 for the class trip—which just broke down on the highway—is crucial. Parents need to know their kids are going to be late, but they’re safe and school administrators need to prevent the rumor mill that occurs when lines of communication break down or simply aren’t used. We know Dynamic Subgroups will do a lot of good for our clients and we’re thrilled to give them this new feature.”

“People belong to many groups and often have many preferences and needs. Using Dynamic Subgroups allows our Group Leaders to reach the members they want via the method and language their members prefer,” Leib stated.

About One Call Now
Founded in 2002, One Call Now is America’s largest message notification provider, with 20 percent of American households depending on the company for messages that protect, inform, and engage in their businesses, schools, churches, and organizations. The company was named to Inc. magazine’s Honor Roll, having made their list of fastest growing privately held companies in America for five consecutive years. For more information, please http://www.onecallnow.com

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