In an effort to make our flagship Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE®) service even more intuitive and easy to use, Appriss recently unveiled a brand new design for VINE that...
An act of domestic violence occurs every 15 seconds in the United States, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Estimated to affect 12 million people every year, domestic violence hotlines receive more than 20,000 calls per.
During its 25+ years serving survivors and concerned citizens all over the United States, Appriss has set itself apart as an industry leader through VINE, the nation’s first and leading victim notification service. Appriss’ mission is a commitment.
In 2011, Anna Nasset was living what she calls her “best life.” After purchasing an art gallery in Washington State four years earlier with just $200 in her bank account, Anna put her business plan to work. Before long, she was at the forefront of.
CALIFORNIA VINE PROGRAM MANAGER CARMEN GREEN “Get to Know Your Customers Day” is observed on the third Thursday of each quarter. Appriss likes to use these days as opportunities to learn a little bit more about our customers, and to help show what.
On December 6, 1994, aspiring entrepreneur Mike Davis unveiled VINE—the nation’s first automated victim notification service—at a press conference in his hometown of Louisville, KY. Davis and his business partner, Yung Nguyen, developed VINE (and.
Throughout its 25 years, Appriss has prided itself on attracting, recruiting, and retaining highly talented, motivated, and impassioned individuals from across the country and empowering them to succeed.
COLORADO VINE PROGRAM MANAGER ANTHONY ANTUNA “Get to Know Your Customers Day” is observed on the third Thursday of each quarter. Appriss would like to take this opportunity to learn a little bit more about our customers, and to spotlight just how.
Domestic violence is a significant societal problem affecting the mental, emotional, and physical well-being of millions of Americans each year. In addition to the impact on victims, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that costs.