Numera releases activity tracking platform EverThere

Company’s acquisition by Nortek Security & Control adds backing for Numera
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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

SEATTLE—Numera is rolling out EverThere, a new proactive activity tracking platform attached to its Libris mPERS, allowing users or family members to track activity levels, note trends and set alerts.

The EverThere platform offers alerts based on events such as low activity of the mPERS user or the device being left in its charger. 

“It’s about giving information to both the senior and their care providers, family members, neighbors, close, personal friends or a professional health worker—insight and information to how the senior is doing,” Tim Smokoff, group vice president of health and wellness at Nortek Security & Control, told Security Systems News. Prior to the company’s acquisition by Nortek, Smokoff was CEO of Numera.

Customers can use an EverThere portal to communicate with their dealers and call centers.

Numera is increasing the prevalence of its Libris solution, most recently through integrating with Affiliated Monitoring.

This integration is the first time Numera has worked with Affiliated Monitoring, according to Smokoff. The two companies started discussions about 18 months ago. “It’s really part of an overall effort to align ourselves, with the largest of the resellers and the call center operators,” he said.

Nortek Security and Control acquired Numera in early July. Smokoff said that working with Nortek has been “excellent.”

“Numera now has the financial backing to rapidly expand into adjacent markets, for instance; the lone worker market. We also have the financial backing to begin to expand into other territories,” Smokoff said. “[Soon,] we’ll be live in Canada, and we’re also working to go live down in Brazil, and you’ll see us expand into other markets as we go into 2016.”

Numera has integrated with about 25 call centers, including a.p.i. Monitoring and Guardian Medical Monitoring. Smokoff said there are more coming, but he declined to release any names. 

EverThere was previously a brand AT&T used to go to market with a Numera mPERS solution.