Critical Alert Systems announced it has acquired Intego Systems, a Jacksonville, Fla.-based nurse-call system provider.
Critical Alert acquires nurse-call system provider
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, according to a spokeswoman for Critical Alert Systems. The Westbrook, Maine-based company provides critical messaging services to about 300 healthcare facilities in the U.S., according to a news release.
Intego Systems will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of Critical Alert Systems and will be renamed Intego Software. Intego's founder, Charles Bell, joins Critical Alert Systems as an equity partner and to the new position of chief strategy and business development officer. Ted McNaught, Critical Alert System's president and COO, will have operating responsibility for the new subsidiary, the company said in the news release.
“This acquisition allows Critical Alert Systems to offer a more robust and fully integrated range of communications and critical messaging services to healthcare providers nationwide,” Ed Meyercord, CEO of Critical Alert Systems, said in the news release.
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