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AlayaCare Software Wins TechConnex Most Promising Start-Up


TORONTO, June 20, 2016 – AlayaCare, an industry-leading home and community software solution, celebrates another industry award courtesy of TechConnex Technology Leadership Awards. AlayaCare was chosen as the Most Promising Start-Up amongst a shortlisted group of companies in the category.

AlayaCare provides customizable software to home and community healthcare providers across the world. AlayaCare’s technology streamlines home care delivery, digitizes home health documentation and uses advanced technologies, such as artificial intelligence and wearable technologies, to predict clinical events such as falls and hospital re-admissions.

“TechConnex’s Most Promising Start-Up award is an honour to receive as it validates our vision to revolutionize the in-home care experience,” said Adrian Schauer, CEO, AlayaCare.

“This award rightfully belongs to our employees, who drive innovation and champion client service, and our home health care partners, who rely on our solutions every day to increase efficiencies and improve outcomes.”

TechConnex embodies the incredible technology community in the Greater Toronto Area focused on the cost effective growth of tech businesses and their people through the sharing of best practices, business insights and bright ideas.

As the recipient of the Most Promising Start-Up award, AlayaCare was recognized as having the greatest potential to demonstrate excellence in their business, while steadily increasing revenue, adding employees, and embracing sound business fundamentals.

About AlayaCare

AlayaCare is a provider of revolutionary cloud-based home healthcare software. With Clinical Documentation, Back Office, Client and Family Portals, Remote Patient Monitoring, Telehealth and Mobile Care Worker functionality, AlayaCare offers a platform for agencies to propel towards innovation and home care of the future. 

About TechConnex

TechConnex is the only member-directed industry association in the GTA entirely focused on the cost effective growth of tech businesses and their people, through the sharing of best practices, business insights and bright ideas. Started in 1982 and continuously operated by a volunteer board of directors, the organization reaches throughout the GTA providing value to members through annual marquee events such as the Technology Business Leadership Awards, Tech Predictions, Tech Economic Update and others.  Through 16 Peer to Peer meet ups each month TechConnex now curates knowledge intersection amongst member companies to provide practical business insights in support of business growth.

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