FEMA Uses WebEOC Crisis Management System in Response to Hurricanes Isaac and Sandy

AUGUSTA, Ga. – December 11, 2012 – On August 28, 2012, Hurricane Isaac came ashore on the Gulf Coast of the United States. After raging over a huge area from Florida to Texas, Isaac had knocked out power to almost one million homes and businesses and...


“It’s very rewarding that FEMA was able to use WebEOC on a national scale for collaboration during Hurricane Isaac and in its wide-ranging response to Hurricane Sandy,” said John J. O’Dell, Chief Technical Officer, ESi. “I applaud the concerted efforts of FEMA directors, managers, and responders across the U.S. who have embraced WebEOC and the tireless efforts of so many ESi personnel who conducted the training and implementation of the FEMA WebEOC system. FEMA now has the gold standard in emergency management solutions, and we look forward to a long and rewarding partnership.”

About ESi Acquisition, Inc.
Founded in 1996, Augusta, Georgia-based ESi Acquisition, Inc. (ESi®), the global leader in crisis information management solutions, pioneered the market with WebEOC®, the world's first Internet-enabled emergency management communications system. Recognized by Inc. magazine as one of the fastest-growing private companies in America for the past five years, ESi connects crisis response teams and decision makers at national, state and local agencies, healthcare providers, airlines and corporations worldwide, providing access to real-time information for a common operating picture during a crisis or daily operations. By offering a solutions package from initial design and installation through training, implementation and maintenance, ESi sets the standard for crisis information management. For more information, please visit www.ESi911.com.