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Skyresponse hires former Doro VP and TECS expert to enter UK telehealth market

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Swedish alarm management platform provider, Skyresponse AB, has announced its expansion into the UK telehealth care market.

The UK subsidiary, Skyresponse UK, has recruited the first members of its team, including former Doro Care vice president Steve Smith and his colleague Mark Bannister, a former managing director of Welbeing and director at TECS Advisory, to support the market entry.

The team will be providing in-country support and will be covering both the UK and Ireland.

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Skyresponse is Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company which offers a 100% cloud-based alarm management platform used by major international care and security organisations across the public and private sectors

Martin Reidevall, CEO of Skyresponse, said: “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.”

“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.”

To support its entrance into the UK, Skyresponse has enlisted the support of TECS Advisory Limited.

Steve Smith, the joint founder and director of the business explains: “I have known of and worked with Skyresponse for a number of years, predominately in connection with the Doro call centre in Oslo.

“The thing that most impresses me about the organisation is not just the leading-edge solutions they provide, which includes an app that allows calls to be taken on a mobile phone/tablet as if in a call centre, nor the fact that they provide a true based cloud service, but it is the people. The Skyresponse team are not only highly effective, but also really care about what they do and the benefits their efforts can provide to care commissioners and vulnerable members of the community.”

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