ST. LOUIS, MO (Dec. 1, 2016) – Tech Electronics, a leading technology services organization, is partnering with STANLEY Healthcare, a market leading provider of visibility solutions and analytics, to expand its range of safety and security solutions for its healthcare customers. Tech Electronics is joining STANLEY Healthcare’s Connected Partner Program, and will carry all STANLEY Healthcare solutions including AeroScout® RTLS, Arial® Emergency Call, Hugs® Infant Protection, and RoamAlert® Wander Management.
“Adding the STANLEY Healthcare portfolio enables us to bring our customers the leading solutions for patient and resident management,” says Laura Wasson, Director of Healthcare for Tech Electronics. “The wide range of applications will not only grow our healthcare division but our service offerings as well.”
Tech Electronics will be designing, installing and servicing STANLEY Healthcare solutions in hospitals and long-term care communities in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kansas. This partnership also offers current STANLEY Healthcare customers in the Midwest, a local on-site service provider. Tech Electronics will be able to provide maintenance and software contracts to the full range of STANLEY Healthcare customers.
“We are very pleased to welcome Tech Electronics to our Connected Partner Program,” says Greg Borecki, Vice President of Sales, Strategic National Accounts and Global Sales, STANLEY Healthcare. “Our goal is to bring our customers the most advanced solutions combined with comprehensive support. Tech Electronics’ deep experience in safety and security solutions and long history serving the senior living industry make them an excellent fit for our partner program.”
This partnership is expected to not only increase revenue for Tech Electronics but will also increase STANLEY Healthcare’s ability to serve the needs of the senior living market in the Midwest region. Tech Electronics has been working in the long-term care sector for over 50 years and plans to help grow STANLEY into their existing customers.