Companies easily enable global coverage with Sfara’s SDK and cloud platform
Sfara announces the addition of India to its already impressive list of countries covered by its emergency support that includes call center and first responder services. With the addition of India, Sfara’s services now cover nearly 40% of the World’s population.
This means that customers on the Sfara platform are covered, not only in their base country, but also while traveling to other countries where Sfara offers services, like India (where you wouldn’t assume to be covered by your emergency service plan while traveling).
Sfara continues expanding services to new countries and territories to achieve its goal of worldwide emergency coverage for everyone.
“One of Sfara’s goals is to provide transportable safety on the smartphone, so that anyone can be covered by emergency services no matter where they go. With the addition of India to our services, if you are a European or from the Americas, you can still be covered if you travel to India for a few days or a few months,” said Erik Goldman, CEO of Sfara.
Sfara’s services include crash detection and response, plus personal safety through features like the innovative Sfara Triple-TapTM, which contacts an emergency coordinator when the phone is tapped three times successively. This makes a discreet call for help when someone is faced with an active threat.
With Sfara’s Pre-enabled Industry Solutions, companies can get up and running quickly and easily with Sfara’s mobile SDK and cloud platform. Sfara’s first customer to offer services in India is eDriving, who has integrated Sfara’s SDK into their Mentor app. eDriving is a Solera company.