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MIR3 Signs OEM Agreement To Provide Global Telephony To AdHoc IWSAlerts Via inWebServices


MIR3™, the technology leader in Intelligent Notification™ solutions for global enterprises, announced the company has entered into an OEM agreement with AtHoc, a leading supplier of enterprise-class network-centric alerting systems.

Under the terms of the agreement, MIR3 will provide AtHoc with global telephony support for notifications using MIR3’s inWebServices Application Programmer Interface (API).

“The addition of telephony to the IWSAlerts system completes the product and gives us an unmatched capability in the network alerting market,” stated Guy Miasnik, president and CEO of AtHoc. “Telephony has been requested by many of our customers, and tightly integrating it into IWSAlerts will enable us to be a one-stop shop for all our existing and future customers.”

“After evaluating the notification services market,” continued Guy, “it became clear that MIR3 has expertise with the required architecture and web services. They have provided us with a true ’plug-and-play’ solution that allows us to integrate and ship our products faster. MIR3’s Intelligent Notification platform was the only choice for us.”

Frank Mahdavi, MIR3 chief strategy officer, commented “AtHoc’s unmatched success in the DoD, government and large commercial enterprise markets makes them an ideal OEM for MIR3. We believe that AtHoc is positioned to become the standard in the DoD information technology market and we are excited to be part of the solution.”

“Our Intelligent Notification platform has become the de-facto web services solution for system integrators, developers, and communication solution providers,” Frank continued, “in large part to our commitment to service oriented architecture, ease-of-implementation, scalability, security and reliability.”

Amir Moussavian, president and CEO at MIR3, said, “We are pleased to be announcing a successful partnership and delivery of our emergency-ready global notification technology and a new partner in our inWebServices Powered by MIR3 Intelligent Notification Initiative.”

“The agreement with AtHoc continues MIR3’s technology lead in global enterprise notification,” Amir said, “We are deployed by the largest businesses across such diverse corporate functions as: sales and marketing, corporate communications, supply chain management and business continuity. We look forward to additional partners joining us.”


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