OPEN Incorporated, makers of the SafetyPAD Suite of software products, announced it witnessed a 120 percent customer growth since January 2014 with 98 percent of new clients selecting its SafetyPAD for Android solution.
The ePCR solutions provider revealed it experienced a significant uptick in hospital-based emergency ambulance services accounting for 25 percent of its new clients.
“Three years ago, our CTO identified the Android as a growth vehicle and our customer expansion in just one year has been incredible since the SafetyPAD for Android product release. In addition, we can attribute our customer retention with the launch of other new features in 2014 including our infectious disease screening and monitoring initiative that assists Fire and Emergency Medical Services identify potential infectious disease risks in our windows platform,” said Scott Streicher, Chief Operating Officer for SafetyPAD. “SafetyPAD for Android has been the overwhelming choice for operating systems and it goes to show there’s a big push towards these low-cost, yet robust, tablet ePCR solutions.”
SafetyPAD is deployed at numerous high-performance Fire and EMS services, including the largest providers in six of the 15 top U.S. metro areas. With mobile, Android and enterprise-level offerings, the platform has the capacity to operate in a wide range of environments that empowers agencies to focus on the patient, not the paperwork.
“When we launched Android, agencies were acknowledging that the advantages were significant. In addition to our customer increase, we’re projecting at least 30 percent revenue growth in 2015 over 2014,” said Streicher.
About Open Incorporated
Founded in 1993, OPEN Incorporated is a leader in electronic patient care reporting that develops software products for the Fire & EMS industry, enhancing their abilities to serve the public. With more than 20 years of developing highly successful electronic EMS informatics solutions, the company’s SafetyPAD software and related technologies have been successfully deployed at numerous high performance Fire and EMS services, including the largest EMS provider in 6 of the 15 U.S. top metro areas.