Alpha Recon can help organizations to better understand risk, communicate, and lower the chances of a threat affecting your organization. Alpha Recon helps you know about threats quickly and respond to them faster. We cannot guarantee that there won’t be danger, calamities, or negative events that will affect you while using Alpha Recon, but we can safely say that you will understand the risks at your destination a lot better than before.
Just like the weather, the risk in neighborhoods around the world changes frequently. Either you are prepared to monitor, track, understand, and communicate these constant changes, or you’re not. No matter how often you travel or conduct business around the world there are new risks that emerge that weren’t there before. Travel disruptions, logistics delays, key talent losses, operational inefficiencies, missed deals and more can happen every day and can be brutal tangible or reputational losses. With today’s technology and unprecedented connectivity, we can plan, operate, travel, communicate, and stay one step ahead of changing risks.
Once you have a license, login and start your Recon mission. If you are a security, operations, or travel manager, or a company, contact Sales at email@example.com and we can get you set up with more information and the right software licenses to meet your risk management needs. It’s easy to onboard employees and clients with our self-onboard system.
No, it is one of our missions to make sure that most businesses can afford our services. We offer scalable solutions, and although we don’t currently sell individual licenses to our mobile app, talk to your travel provider to see if they carry Alpha Recon.
When Alpha Recon covers a destination, we start collecting information based on many requirements and indicators. This information comes from open web, deep web, blogs, reviews, social media channels, crowd mapped data, and other sources. Our experienced analysts, aided by technology, evaluate all sources and data, and provide insight, reports, assessments, risk ratings, and guidance on possible mitigation techniques