Alert Management Systems receives top honor

By Lindsey Anderson29 July 2020

Rental software and technology company Alert Management Systems has been named one of Colorado’s top 100 women-owned companies for 2020 by Colorado Biz Magazine. 

Alert Management Systems

Kara Longmire, left, and Mary Crosslin.

The company, which is owned by Co-President/COO Mary Crosslin and Co-President/CEO Kara Longmire, became principal owners of the company in 2016 after years working as senior managers.

“We are proud to once again to be included with such good company in the state of Colorado,” said Kara Longmire. “It’s important to us to continue elevating the discussion of women entrepreneurs, and we applaud the continuing work of Colorado Biz Magazine in promoting this important segment of business ownership. We’ve been working diligently to certify Alert for other important woman-owned business designations so we can continue this conversation with our employees, clients and other business owners.”

Crosslin added, “Not only are we 100 percent woman-owned, but we have a decades-long tradition of having women in various leadership positions in our business. Our organization is a tech company making an enormous impact in the rental industry, and we want to ensure that Alert Rental is synonymous with excellent service, creative collaboration, and ingenuity. Achieving this important milestone year after year communicates our strengths to our rental community, where women-owned businesses continue to emerge as industry leaders.”

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