- Funding Received
- $1.2 Million in 1 Round from 1 Investor
- Most Recent Funding
- $1.2 Million Angel on July 8, 2008
- December 1, 2007
- Bellevue, WA
- Alerts offers an emergency notification platform enabling parents to receive pertinent alerts from their child’s school.
- Pascal Podvin
- Craigslist Killers, News, Mobile Emergency&Health, Charter Schools, Email, Messaging
Alerts.com serves five key groups: Consumers, Publishers, Schools, Local Radio and TV Stations, Advertisers.
The core value proposition is helping consumers save time and money simplifying the everyday process of information access.
People rely on electronic alerts and reminders for many of their daily tasks. The plethora of sources for such content necessitates going to many different sites to sign up for or to manage multiple reminders and notifications â€” an aggravating and time-consuming dilemma.Â Intelligent agents perform searches on behalf of users and deliver alerts reminder and notification messages via email, voice, text, and more.
Alerts.com is offering its technology assets (single click multi-mode delivery of content) as a free emergency and notification platform made available to all schools in north America. Schools invite parents to opt-in to the platform who in turn also sign up to receive pertinent alerts and reminders.
Alerts.com licenses a private label version of the platform to local TV and Radio stations nationally, helping them drive users to their web properties, create susbscriptions, user profiles and monetize the user base via targeted ads in the messages sent.
For advertisers, Alerts.com offers a unique 100% opt-in highly profiled audience reach platform: what you alert yourself about is who you are.
For Publishers, Alerts.com offers to extend how consumers can subscribe to content and then return to the publishers' website to consume that content.
Board Members and Advisors (2)Update
Monster Venture Partners is the early stage venture fund started and managed by Rob Monster.
155 108th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
- 10/30/12 -techcrunch.com