POM Partner Profile: S.O.F.I.A.

POM Partner Profile: S.O.F.I.A.

Meet our latest POM partner, Start Out Fresh Intervention Advocates (S.O.F.I.A.). S.O.F.I.A. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides domestic violence victims and survivors with assistance and encourages them to be positive, self-sufficient and successful....
POM Partner Profile: Tracey Hawkins

POM Partner Profile: Tracey Hawkins

Meet our newest POM partner, Tracey Hawkins! “Tracey, the Safety Lady” is an entrepreneur, real estate agent and safety expert that travels around the country educating people and companies about personal security, home security and auto safety on the road. We sat...
POM featured on Jean Shin’s Mobile Interactions Now podcast

POM featured on Jean Shin’s Mobile Interactions Now podcast

Our co-founder Lukas Lampe appeared on Jean Shin’s Mobile Interactions Now podcast. Jean’s podcast interviews technology leaders about building mobile experiences and sharing their first-hand experience on how to make them work.  Lukas discussed the story about how...
POM Featured in Crains New York

POM Featured in Crains New York

Earlier this month, Crains New York reported on POM’s partnership with Visiting Nurse Services Westchester. Headed by CEO Timothy Leddy, VNS Westchester was the very first home health service to use our device. The pilot program we implemented there led VNS...
What Is Rapid Response?

What Is Rapid Response?

With the POM, it’s easy to connect to safety–three taps and help is on the way. But where does that help come from? For campuses, it’s typically that institution’s security team. If you’re a POM Personal user, however, we’re proud to share that we’ve partnered with...
Case Study: Creighton University

Case Study: Creighton University

Like many college campuses, Creighton University in Omaha, NE has over 30 blue light emergency phones across its campus. However, these phones hadn’t been used for a legitimate emergency call in over a decade. This technology is dated and costly to maintain. It also...