Public

InCaseIT help public institutions, directorates and supervisors structure good crisis communication plans and deal with domestic crisis, disasters and public safety.

Alert

Notify your team in seconds and get real time status updates of response, giving you time to act and gain control.

Collaborate

Get organized, conduct status meetings and stay informed.

Act and delegate

Smart and user-friendly incident management system with predefined scenarios and tasks. Assign and delegate tasks to team members.

Right Personnel

Notify right personnel for proper handling and inform quickly and efficiently when an incident occurs.

Mobile Checklist

InCaseIT help you keep an updated, relevant and correct checklist available at all time when the incident occurs.

Information Management

InCaseIT make your plans, instructions, directives, guidelines and templates available in any situation.

InCaseIT Pro

Learn more about how InCaseIT Pro can help you digitize and improve your business preparedness and emergency management in our two page flyer.

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"The easy implementation of InCaseIT within our infrastructure showed how user-friendly the platform is and further exhibits how important emergency planning is."

Nellie Grenius - Head of Security at The University of Stockholm

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