Company enters UK telecare sector with fully cloud-based digital alarms handling platform
Swedish alarm management platform provider Skyresponse has entered the UK telecare sector with its “leading-edge” fully cloud-based digital alarms handling platform.
As part of the company’s expansion, it is setting up a UK subsidiary – Skyresponse UK – and has signed the initial go-to-market team.
The team consists of Skyresponse UK’s first UK employee, Account Manager Kelly Watts, and TECS Advisory, a specialist commercially focused consultancy business with former Doro Care VP Steve Smith and his colleague Mark Bannister, a former MD of Welbeing, to support the market entry.
The team will be providing in-country support and covering the UK and Ireland.
Skyresponse is an established Swedish Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company, which offers a 100 percent cloud-based alarm management platform, offering a flexible, secure, and resilient alarm management platform solution for:
- Alarm response centres
- Telecare services
- Supported housing and retirement living
- Residential and domiciliary care
- Lone worker protection
- Facility management
- Smart buildings
“With the upcoming digitalisation of UK’s telecom infrastructure and a switch off of all analogue services by the end of 2025, Skyresponse sees a huge potential in being a trusted partner, supporting clients through this process”, says Martin Reidevall, CEO of Skyresponse. “We have a significant experience and knowledge of this upgrade process being part of the transition in the Nordic countries where digitalisation has already been completed.”
Powerful, future-proof software architecture, extensive experience of supporting digitalisation of alarm systems across Europe, sophisticated alarm distribution and open integration capabilities, granular configuration tailoring and unlimited scalability make Skyresponse “the ideal” partner for organisations seeking to navigate the ongoing digitalisation of UK’s telecom infrastructure and develop next-generation digital care and support services.