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OnPage Receives 2015 Best of Waltham Award

Each year, the Waltham Award Program identifies exceptional companies that have achieved significant marketing successes.

Onset Technology Announced that It Is the Recipient of the 2015 Best of Waltham, Massachusetts Award for Computer Software

Onset Technology, the creator of the OnPage App, is one of the local companies recognized as having enhanced the positive image of its organization through service to their customers and its community, while at the same time making the Waltham area a great place to live, work and play.

Judit Sharon, Onset Technology CEO commented:  "We are thankful for the recognition and very proud of our dedicated team and industry leading SaaS products.  Knowing that Waltham is a globally recognized and highly competitive technology hub for the software industry, this award represents a significant achievement. We are honored to be a part of an exclusive group of local businesses."

The 2015 Waltham Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. The Waltham Award Program chooses only the best local businesses. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.

OnPage Customers Say it Best:

Kelsey Blackburn, Critical Incident Response Planner for COTS said: "During recent severe winter weather events, our healthcare agencies had specific requests for information. OnPage enabled our partners to send a message and then receive a confirmation of receipt. OnPage helped avert an emergency and a potential hospital shutdown."

About Onset Technology Inc., the Creator of OnPage:
OnPage, a division of Onset Technology is the industry leading Smartphone application system for Global, High-Priority, and Enterprise Messaging.

The OnPage application addresses the need for critical and time-sensitive messages. Thousands of IT Professionals, healthcare providers, doctors, field engineers, law enforcement, nurses, emergency responders and disaster recovery teams depend on OnPage reliability every day.

OnPage developed its secure messaging system for both high priority time-sensitive situations, and low priority messages such as updates and casual, back and forth communications. Users can freely engage in secure conversations, make more informed decisions, include attachments, better manage resources, and resolve incidents.  Important messages will rise above the chatter by combining pager-like capabilities and secure priority messaging, all in one convenient smartphone app.

Never Miss a Critical Alert Again
OnPage takes mobile communications to the next level with the latest all-in-one-app features, including individualized settings and the ability to add attachments. Additionally, the new web based On-Call scheduling management tool enables enterprise users to plan ahead and route prioritized messages to the right person, on the right day, at the right time.

Full compatibility with monitoring systems such as Nagios, Solar Winds, and Remedy will seamlessly interface alerts to OnPage to ensure business up-time and customer satisfaction.

OnPage® is a reliable, scalable, easy to use, fully encrypted, high-availability system that is HIPAA compliant end-to-end. Rely on OnPage to guarantee that a critical message is never missed.

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OnPage is a disruptive technology and application that leverages today's technology and smartphone capabilities for priority mobile messaging. With a top notch history of ensuring uninterrupted communication for businesses and critical response organizations, OnPage is once again poised to pioneer new mobile communications methodology for business and organizational use.

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