Vocera and Wavelink seal distribution agreement
Vocera Communications and Wavelink have signed a distribution agreement that will offer comprehensive communications and collaboration solutions to healthcare organisations across Australia — from hands-free devices and secure mobile apps to an enterprise-wide clinical workflow platform.
As a leader in clinical communication and workflow solutions, Vocera announced the distribution agreement with Wavelink, a leader in providing enterprise communication solutions to the healthcare industry in Australia.
The agreement will offer a simplified approach to procuring Vocera solutions for large and small healthcare organisations across Australia by ensuring customers have a comprehensive view of all Vocera communication and collaboration solutions. Local technical support, professional services and clinical team members from Vocera in Australia are a key component in making the relationship a success.
“We look forward to enhancing our sales with a local healthcare-focused partner,” Vocera Chairman and CEO Brent Lang said.
“Leveraging Wavelink’s strong relationships and substantial customer base will ensure Vocera solutions are easily accessible to even more hospitals and aged-care facilities in Australia.”
Interoperability between the Vocera Platform and more than 150 clinical and operational systems helps reduce alarm fatigue, speed up staff response times and improve patient care, safety and experience. With Vocera, nurses, doctors and other care team members can choose the right device for their role or task, including smartphones or the wearable Vocera Smartbadge.
“The addition of the Vocera Platform will form a cornerstone of our suite of healthcare solutions, enabling us to offer a world-class clinical communication and workflow platform to our Connected Health partners and their customers,” Wavelink CEO Ilan Rubin said.
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