Essence at CES – Day 2
Our second day at CES 2016 has been a very busy one. With lots of people coming to our stand to experience live demos of our Connected Living solutions and wanting to know more about business partnership opportunities. This tradeshow is the perfect place to make networking with lots of awesome people and companies, all of them brought together in a single place.
On this day, we’ve been very happy to welcome into our booth top executives of companies that are helping our products to continue its international expansion, especially in North America.
We have been visited by Geof Gross, CEO and Head of Medical Guardian. As it is well known to those friends who follow us in social networks, Medical Guardian is a leading American provider of medical alert services and has selected Essence’s Care@Home™ Personal Emergency Response System (PERS) solution for its new monitoring service.
Thanks to the combination of leading monitoring care services and Essence’s advanced Care@Home PERS offering, Medical Guardian achieved the first place in the 2015 “Medical Alert System Review” ranking from the respected product comparison website “Top Ten Reviews.”
Another important company in Essence’s international expansion is GetSafe. The leading Home Security company recently selected Essence’s technology, after more than a year searching for the right partners, They will be delivering the GetSafe branded version of WeR@Home™ for the DIY home security and automation market. On this second day at CES we were also visited by some of Get Safe’s most important executives, including Tim Whesthpal, its CEO and Head, to get to know our stand and greet the Essence team.
Therefore, it was a very complete day, with relevant visits and important meetings for the future of our company.
Tomorrow will be another busy day for sure…
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