Safety is a Shared Responsibility

We believe in fostering a work environment that is as professional and efficient as our software.

Our Story Begins

We believe the world is better when everyone has access to the information and tools that keep them safer while they explore exciting places, attend events, and live their lives. No one should be unsafe because the cost is too great or the technology too complex.

CrisisGo builds easy-to-use tools to empower people to take an active role in keeping themselves and others safe. Tools that shorten the distance between seeing something and doing something about it—because we believe speed is important to safety, prevention, and response.

We started by putting emergency plans on mobile devices so people actually had their emergency plan with them, but we haven’t stopped there. Our two-way, real-time emergency communication is changing how organizations communicate about daily incidents and emergencies. Our alert and panic tools provide sound that breaks through the clutter of all your day-in and day-out messages, and we’re extending the network to include safety experts who can provide content to help people better assess situations and respond more effectively. At CrisisGo, we believe that it is important to focus not only on physical safety but also mental health safety and cyber safety.

We want to help communities reach the tipping point where all people help provide safety for each other. When our communities are safe, people can focus on achieving their dreams.

Meet the Leadership Team

Our Executive Team has over 90 years of combined experience in the K-12 and safety technology fields, and our team is dedicated to providing the most cutting-edge and reliable safety platform available.

Chris Vuillaume

General Manager

Chris Vuillaume joined CrisisGo with a strong national and international background and nearly two decades of business, software, and SaaS leadership experience. He has an exceptional track record as an entrepreneur and executive who has grown businesses both small and large. He co-founded NETMANSYS, a telecommunications software company, and raised $11 million in venture capital, and Chris has held an array of high-profile leadership and development positions.

Bill Reynolds

Co-Founder & Vice President of Sales

Bill Reynolds is a successful sales executive with over 20 years of proven sales and leadership experience in the K-12 education and insurance industries. Prior to joining CrisisGo, Bill was with Schoolwires/Blackboard as a Senior Territory Sales Executive. Along with Jim Spicuzza and Songwei Ma, Bill helped create the vision of CrisisGo, and he joined the leadership team to continue to grow the platform to be the leading crisis communications platform.

Jim Spicuzza

Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer

Prior to starting CrisisGo, Jim Spicuzza created SchoolCenter with two partners in 1999 and grew the company successfully until it was acquired in 2011. In 1995, Jim created Midwest Internet, a dial up software company with three partners. Midwest Internet was acquired in a roll up of ISPs in 2001 and eventually became part of Earthlink. Jim graduated with a BS in Accounting and obtained his CPA certification.

Songwei Ma

Co-Founder

Songwei Ma has 20 years of experience in communication product R&D, technology innovation, and innovative product launch. Songwei previosuly led a team of 20 engineers to work on R&D for first-generation IP core broadband access equipment and the series equipment of broadband access network, which have been widely used in over 60 countries, have taken over 20% market share in the current worldwide market, and have brought billions of dollars of market revenue. Songwei is also the author of over 30 patents.

Chris Buecksler

Vice President of Marketing

Prior to joining CrisisGo, Chris Buecksler spent two decades successfully marketing education technology into K-12 and higher education markets. He led marketing teams at Blackboard and Schoolwires, bringing school websites and community engagement tools to market. He started with PLATO Learning (now Edmentum), helping deliver online courses and credit recovery curriculum to U.S. schools and districts. Chris holds a BS degree in Mass Communications.

Become a Partner

Does your organization have a hand in safety? If so, you should look into partnering with CrisisGo to combine resources, benefits, and to make the world a safer place. Learn more about our partnership types.

Technology

Technology partners contribute new ways to integrate CrisisGo with critical safety products and systems.

Business

Business partners are the best of class companies that want to help reduce safety risks for organizations.

Content

Content partners create and share safety information to keep people more safety aware.

 

CrisisGo Utilizes AWS for Maximum Reliability

Our platform is mission critical, and it needs to be available at all times for the safety of our clients. CrisisGo runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to always ensure a safe and secure connection.

By utilizing AWS, we are able to offer our customers the best service with an incredibly fast hosting platform that protects the security of your organization. AWS' superior scalability and reliable uptime ensures your services will be ready when you need them.