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inTechnology Distribution inks partnership with Connexient

21 Mar 18

inTechnology Distribution has signed a distribution agreement with Connexient to expand the availability of MediNav, a “blue dot" indoor navigation system for healthcare.

Connexient is a provider of digital wayfinding and enterprise indoor navigation services for healthcare, with a current roster of 45 hospital clients.

Powered by Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Beacons and handset sensor fusion technology, MediNav provides indoor maps, indoor navigation and location-based services for patients, visitors and staff.

"It's a very exciting day for us, our channel partners and more importantly the healthcare industry across Asia Pacific," says inTechnology Distribution CEO Mark Winter.

"MediNav not only provides detailed indoor maps, but also true turn-by-turn indoor navigation and location-based services that can help reduce missed or late appointments and improve operational efficiency.”

"inTechnology Distribution is one of the longest standing healthcare distributors across the Asia Pacific region. We were looking for a strong distribution partner with the knowledge and understanding of how our technology works - they were a natural fit for us,” adds Connexient Co-Founder and CEO Mark Green.

inTechnology Distribution is actively recruiting channel partners across the Asia Pacific region who will work on project design through to delivery and commissioning of Connexient's innovative technology.

inTechnology is a value-added IT distributor driving technologies into the Asia Pacific IT channel and offers a full portfolio of business and professional services to help drive business through the channel.

Connexient provides indoor mapping, navigation and location-based services for hospitals and healthcare networks with large, complex buildings and campuses.

The MediNav Navigator Edition Patient Experience solution helps to increase customer satisfaction and loyalty, reduce missed or late appointments and improve HCAHPS scores.

The Connexient Mobile Application SDKs and Web APIs enable its clients to integrate its rich, navigation quality indoor maps and location-based services across Enterprise IT in areas such as asset tracking, staff and patient flow, facility management, and safety and security.

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