TeNotifi.co, a web-based notification service with the potential to Puerto Rico provide users access to alerts provided by the different state and federal government agencies, is one of the solutions developed during the “Hackers Boot Camp” within the framework of the Puerto Rico Tech Summit celebrated recently. More than 200 programmers participated in the government-sponsored event.
The app is designed to send email notifications to registered users, while also posting the information on the http://TeNotifi.co website.
Two representatives from Wovenware Inc. designed a solution with the objective of minimizing the uncertainty created among the island’s population due to Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority outages.
Through TeNotifico.co, those interested in being informed about the status of electrical system breakdowns will be able to create personalized alerts based on their towns and/or areas of interest.
“The adaptability of this software will allow us to incorporate alerts from other agencies who need this mechanism of immediate communication to maintain Puerto Rico’s population informed, in real time and 24/7, with relevant alerts,” said Christian González, founder of Wovenware Inc. “We currently have alerts for reporting electricity service breakdowns and hope to provide additional alerts in the near future.”
To start using the service, users should register at http://TeNotifi.co. The registration process is simple and quick, as only basic information such as name, e-mail and password are required to create an account.
Wovenware was founded in 2003, and is a Puerto Rican software engineering company with team of more than 25 professionals who seek to become a business partner for their clients by contributing to their success through services and products that generate value.