One Touch Response to emergencies is on its way to major cities in the country

By June 3rd, 2015 AT 7:26 PM

The services of One Touch Responses (OTR), India’s first emergency response service for all kind of emergencies will be extended to six other cities by 2016, says its founder Arvind Khanna. OTR service has proved beneficial to more than 10,000 subscribers and has been a huge hit in Delhi-NCR region, where it operates now.


The service, which is accessible via OTR app or on phone provides assistance within seconds through a 24 x 7 command and control centre. The control centre will co-ordinate with the state agencies or other service-related service providers to reach people within minutes during any time of emergency. The service was launched primarily for employees of large corporate houses.

Also read :One Touch Emergency Response Launches PAN India on-call Emergency Help Desk service at Rs. 50/month.

“Many of these employees enquired about One Touch Response for their family members and when employees use OTR they recognize that in times of emergencies, professionally trained response can make all the difference,” Khanna said.

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