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Vigilan Earns Honor in the 2009 Product & Technology Awards Program by Mature Market Resource Center
Date:9/1/2009

PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mature Market Resource Center recently honored Vigilan with the Silver Award recognizing the Administrator software for its innovative contributions to Senior Living.

The 2009 Product & Technology Awards Program is the first awards program of its kind to recognize the most innovative products and services for older adults, their families and care providers. Entries were judged by a distinguished panel of mature market experts from across the United States for overall excellence in design, content, creativity and relevance to the senior market.

Vigilan's Administrator software is core to the company's CARE suite of products for operational excellence in assisted living, independent living and dementia care. The Administrator has a proven track record of increasing revenue by $150 per resident per month.

"We were delighted to take part in the first year of this awards program and to be selected as a winner. Our employees have built an entire line of software products that truly work for each and every senior living community," said Doug Fullaway, president and COO of Vigilan. "It's a rewarding experience to see their commitment to improving the lives of seniors be honored in this program."

Complete results of the 2009 Products and Technology Awards can be seen at www.agingawards.com.

About the Mature Market Resource Center(SM)

The Mature Market Resource Center (MMRC) is an 18 year old national information clearinghouse for professionals who work with older adults. In additional to the National Mature Media Awards(SM) and the New Product & Technology Awards(SM) recognition programs, other MMRC activities include:

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