It’s important for seniors to remain in their homes for as long as possible...
Greenville, SC (PRWEB) November 30, 2011
TouchPoint Safety, LLC, the premier distributor of MediPendant™ the most advanced medical alert device designed for seniors, is offering medical professionals and others in the business of healthcare the opportunity to become resellers, and incorporate the MediPendant senior alert system into their business or practice to expand the availability and use of this advanced elderly alarm system.
MediPendant is a portable, water-resistant device that can be worn as a necklace or clipped to a belt or pants. It is an ideal safety system that physicians, geriatricians, and providers of healthcare technology for seniors can offer their patients and /or customers. In the event that a senior who is wearing the MediPendant device falls and is immobile or is experiencing another emergency situation such as a fire or break-in, he/she can press a button on the device and communicate with a call center, EMT/EMS, or other emergency personnel via the MediPendant speak and listen technology. Appropriate emergency assistance can then be dispatched in the case of a critical situation http://www.touchpointsafety.com/video/.
What are the advantages of becoming a MediPendant reseller? For starters it’s easy to do and provides the potential for significant return. MediPendant resellers can earn $30-$500 per plan sold, depending on the type and length of the plan. TouchPoint provides free marketing collateral materials including banner ads, customized product displays, brochures and other valuable sales tools. In addition, resellers have the benefit of a web portal designed just for them that provides information on servicing, technical issues, and key facts about MediPendant resellers.touchpointsafety.com. With the aging of our population, resellers can be assured that senior alert systems will continue as a major growth industry. For more information on becoming a MediPendant reseller, visit http://resellers.touchpointsafety.com/.
For resellers, TouchPoint Safety offers the following additional services:
- No inventory to carry – TouchPoint drop ships all orders with free shipping
- All maintenance support and billing services are provided directly to the end user
- No reseller interaction is required
- All commissions are paid on a monthly basis
- Live customer support 24/7
- Professional sales support available when needed
MediPendant demo kits are available for $150, which is refunded after the resellers first 20 sales. The kit includes a complete MediPendant system with an active test account to the central station and a counter display literature holder with 100 MediPendant brochures.
“It’s important for seniors to remain in their homes for as long as possible,” says Dave Martinez, director of customer advocacy at TouchPoint Safety. “MediPendant can help seniors do this because it provides an effective safety alert mechanism that is affordable and simple. TouchPoint is proud to offer this reseller opportunity for healthcare professionals and others who work with seniors so that they can provide this important, elderly alarm technology for their own patients and clients.”
MediPendant is distinct from similar technologies because it has a wider functional range of 600 feet in or around the home. The system also has 3-way conferencing that enables EMT/EMS personnel to interact with the immobile person’s family or guardian and a text messaging feature so that family members or guardians can be updated on the immobile person’s status. Because the MediPendant allows direct communication to emergency professionals there is less chance for mistaken notifications of emergency personnel.
TouchPoint Safety, a Delaware-based LLC was founded by three corporate executives with 50 years combined experience in national distribution, Internet marketing, and security and safety products and services. The company’s key principals realized the astonishing rate at which the personal emergency response system (PERS) industry is growing to provide elderly help and decided to make a sizable investment into medical alert services while the industry was still in its early stages.