TigerConnect Closes 2019 With Unprecedented Enterprise Growth and Market Momentum

Key customer wins, rapidly growing customer base, and bold product vision accelerate TigerConnect’s role as a force of change for Healthcare collaboration

SANTA MONICA, Calif.--()--TigerConnect, healthcare’s most advanced, reliable, and widely adopted care team collaboration solution, closed out the decade with a year of record revenue and customer growth. The company expanded its industry footprint with nearly 600 new clients, including 100 enterprise clients. Notable enterprise clients include:

  • Penn State Health
  • University of Maryland Medical System
  • Einstein Medical Center
  • Cooper University Health Care
  • NCH Healthcare System
  • St. Luke's University Health Network
  • Geisinger, to name a few

TigerConnect’s co-founder and CEO, Brad Brooks, credits the success and growth of the company to its obsessive customer focus, market evolution, and team determination to solve pervasive problems in healthcare communication.

“Our results in 2019 validated the time, capital, and hard-fought effort we’ve invested over the past 10 years in building out the clinical communications market,” said Brad Brooks, co-founder and CEO of TigerConnect. “The healthcare industry is now at a critical inflection point with compressed margins, a rapid push toward value-based care, and a growing desire by patients to age in place, pushing current communication models to the brink. Only broad communication platforms like TigerConnect offer the ease and reliability to address these challenges at scale by seamlessly connecting care teams and patients on a single platform.”

In addition to customer growth, TigerConnect is also expanding its workforce, as the company added more than 50 new employees in the past year. 2019 also saw the addition of key leadership roles, including former McKesson consultant Sarah Shillington as the SVP of client success and former Expedia executive Allie Hanegan as VP of People. The company also announced the appointment of its first Chief Technology Officer, Tim Goodwin, formerly CTO at Vacasa, the second-largest U.S. vacation rental management company in the U.S.

As TigerConnect sets its sights on 2020 and beyond, the company has plans to accelerate growth through several major product and partner initiatives to be announced ahead of HIMSS20. Strategic initiatives include launching an aggressive marketing effort toward new clients, expanding its footprint within its customer base, forming a client advisory group, and leveraging additional forums to gather feedback and improve the product.

“As we look ahead to the next decade, we see nothing but green field opportunity to redefine the way healthcare teams, payers, and patients connect and collaborate. We remain steadfast in our mission to partner with care organizations of every size and type, providing them with the world’s most advanced collaboration technology to produce a vision of the future we can all be proud of,” said Brooks.

About TigerConnect, Inc.

TigerConnect is healthcare’s most widely adopted communication platform – uniquely modernizing care collaboration among doctors, nurses, care teams, and patients. TigerConnect is the only solution that combines a consumer-like user experience for both clinical and patient communication with the serious security, privacy, and clinical workflow requirements that today’s healthcare organizations demand. TigerConnect accelerates productivity, reduces costs, and improves patient outcomes.

Trusted by more than 6,000 healthcare organizations, TigerConnect maintains 99.99% verifiable uptime and processes more than 10 million messages each day. To learn more about TigerConnect, visit www.tigerconnect.com.

Contacts

Alyssa Trenkamp | Senior Dr. of Marketing Communications | TigerConnect | 206.372.0814 | atrenkamp@tigerconnect.com

 

Contacts

Alyssa Trenkamp | Senior Dr. of Marketing Communications | TigerConnect | 206.372.0814 | atrenkamp@tigerconnect.com