Senior living technology company Touchtown has been acquired by outsourced technology company Uniguest, the companies announced Wednesday.
“Uniguest … technology and strong financial backing will enable Touchtown to help senior living providers significantly improve the experience for residents, prospects, staff and family members,” Touchtown CEO Ted Teele said.
Under the terms of the deal, Pittsburgh-based Touchtown’s brand identity will remain, and all Touchtown employees, including Teele, will continue in their roles. The company, with more than 1,200 customers and 20 years of industry experience, will remain focused on delivering solutions that aim to improve the quality of senior living resident life and open communication with the greater community.
Uniguest is based in Nashville, TN.
As a result of the acquisition, Touchtown customers will gain access to Uniguest products, including public-space computers and printers, ONELAN visual communication technology, Reserva digital meeting room signs, and fitness kiosks.
“We are excited to expand into this industry with Touchtown, the industry veterans in engagement, as our senior living center of excellence,” Uniguest CEO Jeff Hiscox said.