Calcium Announces Acquisition of alligatortekCalcium | 04.21.2020
Move will quadruple team to accelerate delivery of its platform which provides automatic access to health records and remote care capabilities Chicago, IL – April 21, 2020 – Calcium, a digital health analytics company and creator of the world’s first consumer-driven health platform, today announced it will be acquiring alligatortek, an award-winning software development company and Microsoft partner, also headquartered in Chicago. alligatortek delivers bespoke software development built on a cloud technology stack. Its innovative solutions address process bottlenecks to improve efficiency, productivity and the bottom line for clients. The acquisition will serve to strengthen Calcium’s position and enhance its ability to rapidly deploy expanded remote care and data analytics to consumers and B2B partners. As demand for remote health monitoring and analytics solutions continues to increase, the initiative provides Calcium with an additional 60 resources and moves the company to a global delivery model, scaling the talent and technology it needs to accelerate its mission. Calcium empowers users to automatically gather and securely share their data with doctors, nurses, therapists, trainers, loved ones and other caregivers to improve health outcomes. With increased health risks, including COVID-19, it’s more important than ever to get the data to the right people at the right time. “Over the last two decades, alligatortek has built a leading development team, one that has been recognized as Partner of the Year by Microsoft,” said Terrence M. Ryan, CEO of Calcium. “This acquisition will bolster our product development efforts, enabling us to accelerate data-driven health insights for consumers and businesses in response to strong market demand for our offering.” Sid Bala, CEO of alligatortek, will be joining Calcium’s board of directors and will be in charge of the integration. In his new role, he will oversee strategy and help drive further innovation across the organization. “We celebrate a milestone today as we join the Calcium team,” said Bala. “We will draw on our decades of experience to push the boundaries of digital health innovation and remain focused on delivering outstanding technology, capabilities and service to the healthcare industry.” The deal is expected to close in the near future, subject to customary closing conditions. To register for Calcium’s app visit this link, or click here for info for your business.