Our mobile PERS devices rely on machine-to-machine (M2M) technologies and cellular networks to quickly connect users to help. We are focused on the evolutions of M2M technology and cellular networks to ensure that our products are using the most reliable technologies.
While the medical alert industry is a serious place and our businesses are focused on saving lives and keeping customers safe, there may still be the opportunity within our companies to add productive play.
Not offering personal emergency response systems (PERS), but thinking about it? It may be time to take the leap and add mobile PERS to your business!
When you are in the DME/HME field, your existing customers are perfect candidates for Freeus mobile personal emergency response systems (mPERS) because they are already focused on quality products that help them live more comfortable and independent lives.
Did you know you could reduce your shipping expenses and increase delivery speed to your customers by using free boxes from your shipping company, having packages picked up from your office and using online postage printing?
When the family gets together to celebrate the holidays, it’s a great time to catch up on everyone’s lives. It’s also a good time to evaluate how the senior members of the family are doing, and if they have the help they need to live the life they love. Continue reading
As dealers, you may encounter individuals who live far away from their aging parents, worried about how to help mom and dad stay safely in their homes. According to an AARP study, 96% of senior survey responders reported that they wanted to live on their own for as long as possible. Continue reading
An easy way to remind your customers about your company and reduce the number of lost devices is to put a branded sticker on your Freeus mPERS devices, chargers and product boxes before distributing to your customers. Continue reading
We are continuously improving our system to better serve our dealers and their customers, and we are proud to announce the latest improvement to Orion includes a fully geographic redundant system. Continue reading