Branson kicks CodeRED to the curb, favors new alert system

There are 2 comments on the Dec 11, 2012, KSPR story titled Branson kicks CodeRED to the curb, favors new alert system. In it, KSPR reports that:

CodeRED, the emergency alert system in Branson, will soon be a thing of the past.

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Steve

United States

#1 Dec 19, 2012
There was a contractig problem wih the vendor and they've decided to go with a vendor known for its failures call over teh place? This vendor failed to deliver 30,000 messages at Virginia Tech, 100,000 messages for a tornado in Ft Collns CO, failed to deliver 3,000 messages for a fast moving firestorm in Boulder CO, failed during Hurricane Irene? It seems there old vendr was difficult to work out contracts with but they've chosen a proven failure in Branson? Wow?
JJ Rhodes

United States

#2 Dec 19, 2012
Everbridge has a poor record

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