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Omnilert's e2Campus Named a Top Product by University Business Magazine

LEESBURG, Va., Jan. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Omnilert, the leader in critical mass communications, today announced their entire e2Campus product suite has been selected as a University Business magazine "Readers' Choice Top Product" for 2013. The annual award recognizes the most innovative products in higher education.

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"Thank you to the readers of University Business magazine for your nominations," says Omnilert CEO Ara Bagdasarian. "We are delighted that so many of our customers share our passion for improving critical communications. You've told us you want critical mass communications to be easy, reliable, and supported by great customer service, and your vote validates our work. You and the thousands of organizations that depend on Omnilert drive our culture of innovation."

Bagdasarian continued, "And, thank you to the editors of University Business. We are honored to be recognized as a top product by such an important publication. This solidifies the importance of unifying a full spectrum of communications that occur during an incident."

Now in its second year, the annual University Business Readers' Choice Top Products award recognizes the most innovative products in higher education. This prestigious list informs university leaders and administrators about the products their colleagues around the country are using to help their schools excel.

"The fact that we saw an increased response in the second year of this recognition program is a testament to the interest that higher ed leaders have in products for improving educational outcomes and operational efficiencies," says JD Solomon, editorial director of University Business. "All of the honorees in our Top Products program should be very proud of their achievement."

University Business' readers nominated a variety of products that have made a positive difference at colleges and universities this year. The winners were selected by the editors of University Business based on both the quantity of nominations and the quality of the nominees' testimony of the product. The complete list of Top Products have been announced online and in the January 2014 issue of University Business magazine.

About University Business
University Business is the most widely received, most regularly read publication for higher education leaders at two- and four-year colleges and universities nationwide. UB provides cutting-edge coverage of higher education technology, news, finance, policy, profiles and more to this exclusive audience across print, digital and in-person event platforms, including the annual higher ed technology conference, UBTech. Independent surveys have proven that year after year, no other higher education management publication matches the reach, readership and audience engagement of University Business. For more information, visit www.UniversityBusiness.com.

About Omnilert
Omnilert, LLC invented the world's first campus emergency notification system and now supports all industries to keep people safe and connected. Their award-winning flagship service enables a single person to communicate critical information to thousands of people anywhere, anytime, on any device or service. This affords better crisis communications, emergency management, business continuity, disaster recovery, and crime solving. The company's 15,000 clients include the U.S. Army, Bayer, DuPont, Mazda, Philips, University of Virginia, Cal Poly, YMCA, and American Red Cross. Omnilert solutions are sold under the brand names Amerilert, e2Campus and RainedOut. The privately held company is headquartered in Leesburg, Va., and at www.omnilert.com online.

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