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iJET Introduces Mobile Access To Worldcue Global Control Center

Worldcue Mobile optimizes travel risk management for mobile device users

ANNAPOLIS, Md., July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- iJET Intelligent Risk Systems, a leading provider of global intelligence and business resiliency services, today announced the introduction of mobile access to the company's Worldcue Global Control Center solution. The new enhancement provides clients using mobile devices with optimized access to real-time intelligence and risk management information. Worldcue(R) Mobile enables licensed users to view intelligence about worldwide events as they develop; access employee itineraries and assignment information; and immediately contact potentially affected employees.

"Our Worldcue users -- security, travel, executive and other risk management personnel in multinational organizations -- travel the globe and rely on mobile devices to keep business running from anywhere in the world. The ability to quickly and easily access Worldcue via BlackBerry devices, iPhones and other handhelds is a necessity," said Steve Hoffman, CEO of iJET. "Worldcue Mobile streamlines access to the critical information our clients need to make faster, better decisions from anywhere in the world."

The modified Worldcue Mobile web pages are optimized for access by most mobile devices available today, without the need to download or install additional software. Managers who are away from their computers can:

-- Receive notifications about: travelers or expatriates impacted by an event; employees traveling to high risk locations; travel booked on higher risk airlines; multiple employees booked on a single flight; and other potentially risky situations. -- Easily identify and communicate with personnel impacted by an event. -- Email critical warnings, instructions or updates on fast-evolving situations. -- Access relevant employee data from the road, while still complying with strict data privacy protocols.

iJET also announced enhancements that further strengthen password security for licensed Worldcue users. The new password security rules help clients keep private information secure from those who are not authorized to access Worldcue.

About iJET Intelligent Risk Systems

iJET Intelligent Risk Systems (iJET) is an intelligence-driven provider of business resiliency and risk management solutions to more than 450 multinational corporations and governments -- helping them survive and thrive amidst global threats to their people, facilities and supply chain assets.

iJET's services, team of world-class intelligence analysts and patented Worldcue technology solutions equip decision-makers and organizations with real-time information to anticipate, respond to and emerge from business disruptions with a competitive edge. Intelligence services, like iJET's Worldcue Global Control Center solution, provide decision makers with timely, actionable information on potential disruptions or emerging threats to employees, operating assets, and suppliers.

For more information, please visit: www.ijet.com/resilient.

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