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HealthSpace and Visionstate to target audit segment of facilities management
HealthSpace Data Systems and Visionstate have agreed to utilise HealthSpace's current suite of mobile audit applications and extend them for use within the facilities management space.
Visionstate's product suite includes Internet of Things devices that help track cleaning, maintenance and supply utilisation. Its WANDA device is installed in both public and private facilities such as hospitals, airports, shopping centres, arenas and office buildings.
HealthSpace's HSCloud and HSTouch products are easy-to-use cloud and mobile solutions geared toward audit and compliance. These solutions are utilised by government agencies across North America to help them more efficiently regulate private businesses.
The agreement allows for the Companies to further explore how HealthSpace's product suite, combined with Visionstate's IoT solutions, create a powerful and compelling solution capable of being deployed across a vast industry.
The intent is to deliver a product capable of handling both automated and manual data collection points. The companies will work together to resell the combined solution through Visionstate's global distribution network. Both Visionstate and HealthSpace will be able to utilise the reach of an international, multibillion dollar company within the network to resell the solution rapidly and aggressively.
"We have found great success with our distribution partners in offering our IoT solutions," explains John Putters, CEO of Visionstate. "One of the key elements consistently requested beyond IoT is mobile audit applications. HealthSpace's current solutions are close fit for what these distributors and others are looking for in a mobile solution."
HealthSpace CEO, Silas Garrison notes: "This LOI with Visionstate gives us great opportunity to extend our software's reach into verticals that would otherwise be difficult for us to do so on our own. Our robust mobile and cloud solutions are being utilised by government agencies and private audit companies all across North America. We believe one possible evolution for our technology is helping those responsible for the health and safety of facilities by providing them a more accurate and timely picture of what is happening in their facilities."
20th December 2018