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[December 06, 2012]

Lookout Call and Redbrook Communications sign reseller agreement

Dec 06, 2012 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- Lookout Call has signed a reseller agreement with Redbrook Communications to sell its mobile-based lone worker safety system.

Redbrook Communications, an independent provider of unified communications solutions, approached Lookout Call because research showed its existing customers wanted a mobile-based lone worker safety system that specifically supported iPhones.

Mark Grundy, director of Redbrook Communications, is now in discussion with several large estate agents who, following several high profile incidents within the industry, understand the risks associated with lone worker management and want a cost-effective solution to mitigate them.

"Estate agents are very aware of the risks associated with their staff but understandably they want value for money from any investment they make. A mobile-based system like Lookout Call avoids expensive capital costs and offers exceptional protection to staff via their mobiles - something they are used to carrying around with them," explains Mark Grundy.

"Lookout Call also actively supports iPhones giving the system a huge advantage over its competitors." Redbrook Communications is now meeting estate agents across the UK to demonstrate Lookout Call and explain the advantages of the system.

Brian Caddy, sales manager at Lookout Call, added: "We are delighted to be working with Redbrook Communications. They clearly believe in the product and see how it can benefit customers looking for a cost-effective lone worker solution." Lookout Call is seeking further distribution partners to add to its network of UK resellers. If you are interested in working with Lookout Call, please get in touch now. If you need any further information please get in touch with Katie Matthews, Marketing Executive,

About Lookout Call Lookout Call's lone worker safety system is used by more than 18,000 lone workers throughout the UK. It gives vulnerable lone workers protection by ensuring that colleagues are instantly alerted if they are overdue from an appointment, or notified that emergency assistance may be required. Lone workers use Lookout Call simply by calling the service from any mobile phone. No specialist custom built device is required.

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