SWIFT Weather Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary

Top Quote Established in 2000, SWIFT Weather is a part of Groves Internet Consulting Inc. It has been serving thousands of residential, commercial and government customers with its series of reliable, award-winning weather tracking and analysis software. End Quote
  • Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN-WI (1888PressRelease) March 02, 2011 - SWIFT Weather, the creator of Weather Defender (a desktop available at www.weatherdefender.com), celebrates its 10th anniversary of establishment. During the occasion, the company also recognizes the expansion of its customer base from private clients to government agencies and corporations. The company's product and executives has also been recognized in local online publications like http://tech.mn/news/2011/02/07/swift-weather-rory-groves/.

    The growing demand and popularity of Weather Defender is attributed to its ability to provide real-time updates on approaching weather hazards in any given area. The software connects the users' PC to a national network of weather satellites and radar to give real-time weather information, anytime of the day or night. There are other features as well, which include customizable safe zones, animated history, always-on threat monitoring, custom locations, collaboration tools and sending alerts to cell phone and email. On detecting a weather threat, the software activates perimeter alerts that give users the time for preparation. Even if users are away from their homes, the software sends instant notification in case weather threats violate the safe zone.

    Weather Defender's distinct proposition lies in its provision of real-time weather graphics, detailed street-level weather tracking, easy-to-use, customizable user interface, advanced notification technology , choice of a broad catalog of weather data, industry- and activity-specific weather maps, GPS integration for real-time fleet tracking, and integration with standardized GIS formats.

    The company also offers regular upgrades and dedicated customer support; support options include user manuals, FAQs, video tutorials and user forums. Anyone interested in the product can get a seven-day free trial version and enjoy several benefits. This includes connectivity to national weather network, detection of tornadoes, blizzards, lightning and other threats, and watching real-time weather graphics.

    A government client of Weather Defender, Patrick Callahan, City of Pierre, South Dakota, has this to say about the product: "We use Weather Defender because we need an absolutely reliable product."

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