Doro Care UK and Everon announce new telecare collaboration

Doro Care UK and Everon have announced a new collaboration designed to bring innovative products and services to the UK care market.

The partnership will include digital products such as Everon’s Lyra, a cloud-based call system and Doro’s Eliza, a unique, highly versatile smartcare hub. These will provide support to clients in all care settings, from assisted living to individual homes.   

BT has confirmed that by 2025 all UK telephone systems will be switched from analogue to digital. This partnership will see solutions that are future proofed brought to as wide an audience as possible, ensuring a seamless switchover for organisations and individuals alike.

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Wendy Darling, Doro UK Country Director, said: “We are very excited to be working with Everon, who are experts in the design and manufacturer of digital technology for the care sector. They offer great synergy with Doro who manufacture smart, easy-to-use telecare devices and deliver care services.

“For many years Doro has been providing outstanding digital products to the UK market and our history as the manufacturer of the first digital alarm means we have many years’ experience in the provision of quality products in a changing environment. The digital shift has opened up new opportunities for the UK market, such as this partnership, to develop new offerings to ensure people can make the rest of their lives the best of their lives.”  

Pete Kerly, Managing Director at Everon UK, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be working in partnership with Doro Care UK. It brings together two key companies within the technology enabled care (TECS) market, combining our joint expertise to create a range of unique digitally enabled, fully managed solutions.”  

Everon UK is a leading supplier of wireless digital group living emergency call solutions. Doro Care UK, part of Doro Group, is one of the UK’s leading companies supporting people to live independently. It has many years’ experience in the provision of digital alarms, and the business is providing the UK with much needed support in the analogue to digital transition.

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