Leaf and CarDon Collaborate on Covid-19 Testing and Tracking Application

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Two Indiana based companies have increased employee and resident safety by creating a software solution to track and monitor testing of associates and residents.

Leaf Software Solutions has recently developed a COVID-19 testing, tracking, and compliance solution for CarDon, which owns and operates over 20 senior housing communities in the Midwest. With operating procedures changing fast due to the coronavirus pandemic, CarDon needed to ensure the safety of its residents and associates by employing a comprehensive testing, tracking, monitoring, and compliance solution. That’s when they turned to the experts at Leaf based in Carmel, Indiana.

Tom McClelland, Executive Director - IT for CarDon stated, “From the start, our focus has been on leveraging the best technology to keep our associates and residents safe. We feel we accomplished that by partnering with Leaf.”

Chad Hankinson, President at Leaf Software Solutions noted that, “CarDon offered us the opportunity to do what we do best - listen, consult, evaluate, and create a best-in-class solution to add value while meeting a true business need.”

CarDon enjoys capabilities of the solution including the executive dashboard, individual compliance and monitoring, test tracking, system generated alerts and reminders, 360-degree views, as well as field level auditing. By using the Microsoft Power Platform, the developers at Leaf created a solution that may be repurposed and customized to add value to other businesses seeking to track virtually any process, such as policy and procedure testing, compliance, and skills testing.

About Leaf Software Solutions: Leaf Software Solutions has been delivering mission critical business solutions for over 30 years. Our consultative approach results in custom-tailored solutions that create value for your business. Learn more at http://www.leafsoftwaresolutions.com.

About CarDon & Associates: CarDon & Associates owns and operates senior housing and rehabilitation communities in central and southern Indiana. It is one of the largest such companies in the state, with 20 senior centers and approximately 3,000 employees. It is family-owned with main offices in Bloomington and Fishers, Indiana. Learn more at http://www.cardon.us.

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