The Everbridge platform enables large organizations — including city and state governments, universities, hospitals, and corporations — to instantly communicate with their constituents when seconds matter.


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We get to see the results of these critical communications in the news nearly every day:

During Hurricane Matthew, more than 900 counties, cities, businesses, transportation authorities and hospitals — including the state of Florida — used Everbridge to send millions of messages to keep people in the storm’s path informed, connected, and safe.

During the Boston Marathon bombing, the city used Everbridge to call in additional police and to mobilize command posts, while companies with nearby offices used Everbridge to check on the safety of employees.

When Mayo Clinic wanted to assess stroke patients en route to the hospital, Everbridge allowed them to “dial into” ambulances via video and messaging, letting physicians shave key minutes off treatment time.

When a global coffee retailer needs to recall an item, they use Everbridge to know which stores carry the item and to alert employees right at the register.

The Market Leader

In 2016, Everbridge’s SaaS-based solutions suite helped customers deliver:

  • over 1.5 billion messages in
  • 200+ countries and territories
  • on 100+ communication devices

Organizations using Everbridge include:

  • 8 of the 10 largest U.S. cities
  • 7 of the 10 largest U.S.-based investment banks
  • 6 of the 10 largest auto manufacturers
  • 24 of the 25 busiest North American airports
  • 4 of the 10 largest U.S.-based healthcare providers

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Founded To Help

Everbridge was founded in 2002 in Glendale, Ca., catalyzed by the Sept. 11 attacks, with the goal of improving the way organizations communicate and locate their people in critical situations.

A Successful IPO

In 2012, Jaime Ellertson joined Everbridge as CEO and opened our Boston-area East Coast Headquarters, bringing decades of experience running successful technology companies to the role. Under his vision, and supported by an equally experienced executive team, Everbridge has expanded its offerings and increased its market share, leading to a successful IPO in September 2016.

Sustained Growth

Everbridge is steadily adding to its 400+ employees across its global offices.

  • Burlington, MA, a cornerstone of Boston’s Tech Loop
  • Pasadena, CA, L.A.’s newest startup node
  • San Francisco, home of 2015 acquisition Nixle and a tech hub
  • Beijing, our first and largest engineering team
  • Munich, our Europe sales office
  • Windsor, our UK sales office, across from the castle
  • Colchester, outside London, providing support and other services to our EMEA customer base
Shane Garoutte
GM + VP, Tech Ops at Everbridge

"Tech companies that save lives are rare. A couple weeks ago, we learned that messages sent through Everbridge helped save a child. On the intrinsic value scale, that’s hard to top. That’s what I was looking for, and what many people who come to Everbridge are looking for. I wanted to be able to tell my kids I’m doing something that makes a difference." Read more.

Shaili Kapoor
Software Engineer

"If someone is looking to join Everbridge, I think the most important thing to know is that you need to be a team player and to take initiative. If you want to work somewhere that’s really collaborative, without any office politics, then I think this is the perfect place. People are really approachable. There are no egos getting in the way." Read more.

Ben Potter
Implementation Specialist

"The military is an organization of comradery and brotherhood, and that comes with a lot of accountability. Similarly, at work it’s important to understand your role in the bigger picture and how your success is measured — then you have to hold yourself accountable to that." Read more.

Kerry McDonough
Implementation Specialist

"There’s this positive energy, this excitement, in every room I walk into. Everyone is enthusiastic and generous, not only with each other, but with customers. I’ve worked places where, when people talk with a customer, their main goal is to finish the call. Here, people want to talk with customers. I think it goes along with our work culture. Everyone’s excited to be at a young, rapidly growing company, so everyone really goes above and beyond. People truly care about what they’re doing." Read more.




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