We specialize in providing innovative IT solutions; emergency & disaster management consultative services; and GIS strategies.
Our first phase of operations is to deliver a product that supports the recognized need for accurate and timely communication of pertinent data related to the elderly and special needs population to first responders, businesses and government agencies before, during, and after an emergency or disaster.
This need has been recognized by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) over the years by saying “substantial improvement is necessary to integrate people with disabilities in emergency planning and readiness.” As seen from Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and Hurricane Ike in 2008, government and public safety agencies local, state, and federal are still struggling with this integration.
David Moss - CEO & Founder has over 10 years of GIS, IT, and Emergency Management experience.
Benjamin Curtis - VP of Business Development has over 17 years working in the private sectors of Business, Healthcare, and IT.
Leland McAfee - CTO has over 12 years working in the private and government sectors of IT management.
Because our managers have been involved in tracking and registering individuals in one form or fashion during Hurricane Katina, Rita, and Ike, we were able to create the Special Needs Assistance Program EVERYWHERE the first of its kind.
SNAPev is the first national online registry that stores and maps basic medical and personal information for persons with disabilities and the elderly population while giving government & public safety agencies around the clock access to the information before, during, and after an emergency or disaster.
We will also rate and list third-party services/products for the elderly and persons with disabilities in relation to their location.