Code Blue Corporation has named John Plooster its Director of Enterprise Solutions. Plooster will be responsible for leading Code Blue’s new Enterprise Solutions department, which will work with security integrators and information technology teams to design, implement and support sophisticated emergency communication networks. This includes combining Code Blue platforms like EmerComm® and ToolVox® with third party products to create an overall solution that addresses the technology challenges currently facing security integrators.
Code Blue Corporation announced that its products will now be available through ScanSource Networking & Security, a business unit of ScanSource, Inc., a leading global provider of technology products and solutions. ScanSource will carry Code Blue’s signature Help Points® and speakerphones in North America in an effort to help resellers bolster their emergency communications offerings.
Code Blue Corporation is pushing the security industry forward into the next generation with the introduction of Centry™, a compact IP video Help Point® now available from the industry pioneering manufacturer of emergency communication solutions. Code Blue packed a lot of firsts into Centry. It is the first Help Point to include a camera integrated right into its faceplate, the first to include an embedded Station Beacon Light, that will bring the visibility of a blue light phone indoors, and the first device to be Powered by EmerComm®, Code Blue’s new device operating system that provides increased security and functionality.
Regroup Mass Notification, an industry leading provider of mass communication solutions, announced a strategic alliance with Code Blue Corporation, the pioneering manufacturer of emergency communication solutions, such as the iconic blue light Help Points® found at thousands of locations around the world. By partnering with Code Blue, mutual clients will be able to easily activate Code Blue speakerphones and public address systems through Regroup’s intuitive and easy-to-use messaging interface, enabling them to broadcast critical messages to large areas without requiring costly integrations.