Xentry Systems Integration and Ascom Partner

Xentry Systems Integration, a systems integrator focused on delivering security solutions and healthcare technologies, announced that it has entered into a strategic agreement with Ascom (US) Inc. to streamline delivery of the company’s mission critical healthcare communications solutions to Xentry customers.

Xentry delivers a comprehensive security and communications portfolio, and the capacity to drive comprehensive technology installations. The Ascom devices will be an integral client option in Xentry’s strategy to significantly improve the effectiveness and safety of its healthcare customers.

"Xentry understands how to ensure the security of hospitals, its staff and its patients,” said Tim Whelehan, president and CEO of Ascom. “We are pleased to expand our partnership in the southern Ohio markets as working closely with Xentry will allow our joint customers to improve patient safety and increase patient satisfaction, while ensuring mission-critical communication is available at all times.”

Ascom is an innovator in the development of mission critical healthcare communication which include nurse call, emergency call, middleware, and mobility solutions. The company’s Telligence nurse call system helps healthcare providers ensure quick response to patient needs. To date, Xentry has installed more than 150 Ascom nurse call solutions at leading hospitals in the Greater Ohio region.

“Our partnership will allow us to further meet the needs of our healthcare customers,” said John Nemerofsky, president and CEO, Xentry Systems Integration. “By combining Xentry’s robust integration network with Ascom’s mission critical devices, we allow healthcare providers to make more informed and effective decisions by providing critical, time-sensitive information. Overall, our combined capacities will help our healthcare customers to improve care and increase patient safety.”

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