PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y., Feb. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Sandata Technologies, Inc., a leading IT services provider to the home health care and social services community, today announced it has acquired certain assets from TeleTimecard(TM) LLC, headquartered in Rochester, Minnesota. TeleTimecard is an Application Service Provider (ASP) of telephonic time and attendance solutions to track offsite workers and has been a long-standing licensee under Sandata's patents. The TeleTimecard system will operate through a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sandata Technologies, which will continue to support TeleTimecard's customers.
Bert E. Brodsky, chairman & chief executive officer of Sandata, commented, "We look forward to offering TeleTimecard's services as a standalone product line among our full suite of telephony time management solutions, each of which improves worker productivity, reduces fraud and maximizes our clients' return on their IT investments. TeleTimecard is a reliable entry-level telephony solution for employers seeking to monitor offsite workers' time and attendance. This solution is also well suited for many industries that require core functionality at a competitive price. TeleTimecard runs off a robust ASP platform that can be deployed quickly and easily via the web and requires no hardware or software installation."
Stephen A. Silverstein, president of Sandata, stated, "We welcome John Pacchetti, former principal of TeleTimecard, who will remain affiliated with Sandata, while TeleTimecard's customers will enjoy the same level of service and reliability. The look, feel and function of TeleTimecard's ASP solution will remain and customers will benefit from Sandata's comprehensive resources, including access to our full suite of services, as well as our extensive data backup and disaster recovery capabilities, which include four data center sites in three states. Sandata has been moving aggressively beyond our core home-healthcare focus and TeleTimecard is expected to further expand our penetration into markets such as janitorial, security, construction, and delivery services."
John Pacchetti, former principal of TeleTimecard, commented, "We are excited to join forces with Sandata, which brings a 30-year track record and extensive resources that will benefit our customers. Our time management solutions and broad industry focus perfectly complement Sandata's current offering and we anticipate a very seamless transition."
About Sandata Technologies, Inc.
Sandata Technologies provides information technology solutions that yield administrative cost savings, streamline operational procedures, and significantly reduce the paperwork burdens for companies and organizations with remote workforces. Sandata's subsidiaries include: Santrax, the nation's number one telephone and web-based field management solution for home health and human services; Dataline Inc., an IT services company providing monitoring, billing and point of care solutions to the municipal and home health sectors; and Sandsport Data Services, Inc., which provides a full range of IT services to home health care agencies that contract under the Home Attendant Program for the New York City Human Resource Administration. For additional information about Sandata Technologies, please visit: http://www.sandata.com.
About TeleTimecard LLC
TeleTimecard(TM) is an Application Service Provider (ASP) that was launched in the Fall of 2003 and is a privately held company based in Rochester, Minnesota. The TeleTimecard platform is a telephonic time and attendance solution that can be deployed quickly and easily via the web. The application requires no hardware or software installation, no additional IT staff to hire, and no phone lines to purchase. TeleTimecard is ideal for businesses that need to track the time and attendance of their remote or mobile workforce. Using a touch-tone telephone, employees can quickly check-in and check-out from a client's location, report special hours, activity codes, mileage, or expenses.
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