Roll Call

Manual Roll Calling Takes Too Long and is Often Inaccurate

When there’s an unplanned emergency event, like a building evacuation, determining the status of your employees, volunteers, visitors, and other stakeholders becomes a primary concern. With Advantage’s Roll Call, you can quickly and easily check on stakeholder status and initiate calls to affected individuals who have not reported in — giving response teams the ability to focus valuable resources on those who need it most.

Detailed and Summary Status Reporting.

Detailed delivery reports are always available in real-time. View detailed or summary reports and export them as .pdf (for a quick status reporting) or .csv (to incorporate them into your organization’s business continuity or disaster recovery reports). Get high-level or granular information on:

  • Stakeholder Activity
  • Stakeholder Status
  • User Acknowledgement
  • Conference bridge usage
  • Device type usage, and more


Integration with Mapper

Pinpoint impacted sites and facilities on a map and then quickly account for those stakeholders within the affected areas.

Inbound and Outbound Roll Call Functionality

Employees proactively call to report their personal status, thus alerting agents of a situation which may need to be addressed. Agents can then "backdate" the roll call to capture the 'early callers' and initiate an outbound roll call to determine status of the remaining employees.

Integration with On-Site Visitors & Guests Tracking Systems

Every organization sometimes has visitors and guest – people who are not in the system’s database. Roll Call even gives non-stakeholder visitors and guests the ability to report their status during an evacuation; ensuring the roll call is accurate and inclusive.


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