Restrata unveils new digital platform
Published by Aimee Knight,
Restrata, a technology and services company focused on security, safety and emergency response solutions has unveiled the Restrata platform.
The new release is an enterprise software platform providing real-time monitoring and control of people, environments, assets and reputation, ensuring safer operational management and immediate response times across the energy & industrial sector.
Cloud born and mobile ready, the SaaS platform has been developed in collaboration with the industry’s leading experts, providing a global view of operations, anytime, anywhere, regardless of the complexity of the organisation.
Chris St. George, Chairman and Co-Founder, Restrata said “This is an exciting moment for Restrata. 12 years on from its founding, we staying true to the original vision of applying innovation to keep people and assets safe and ensure a resilient organisation - the Restrata platform is the next chapter in our journey.”
Enabling faster, more informed decisions across the organisation, from the HQ through to the Control Centre and Site, the Restrata platform ensures that there is no information gap both locally and globally, providing a unified operating picture. Ultimately, saving lives & enhancing operations.
Botan Osman, CEO, Restrata, said “How do you empower the person running a crisis in order for him or her to focus on what’s really critical? The missing person is where you need to focus. If you can find that out within five seconds instead of five minutes, that’s five more minutes that could be potentially saving a life.” He added “We believe the Restrata platform will transform the way the industry operates & assures safety.”
Designed to manage thousands of sites and millions of people across the globe, providing global firms 100% visibility and control. The platform focuses on minimising the time from any incident to response, and maximising the information available to decide, helping organisations manage the impact.
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