Jupl Partners With Leading Australian Security Company

Published: Thu 4 Apr 2019 01:27 PM
Auckland, New Zealand, Sydney, Australia 04 April 2019
Jupl Partners With Leading Australian Security Company.
Jupl, New Zealand’s leading developer of mobile health and safety solutions, announces a partnership with Sapio Australia.
Sapio formally known as Telstra SNP is Australia’s largest owned and operated electronic security and monitoring provider.
The partnership brings together the Jupl cloud and app suite along with Sapio’s monitoring team. The first wearable monitoring product release is the Geroe Personal Protection Safety Watch, an at-risk worker duress monitoring device connected to the Jupl platform and Sapio’s 24/7 monitoring teams.
Jupl co-founder and CEO Alan Brannigan said “We see the at-risk worker market as a major growth area for us. Therefore, we’re excited to be partnering with Sapio who are trusted by businesses and Australian’s across Australia protecting business and homes for over 90 years. They understand this space very well”
The product has now launched across Australia, with a diverse range of use cases.
Sapio General Manager of Customer & Monitoring, Julieanne Pritchett said “At Sapio we exist to deliver activated solutions for our customers and Geroe is a great example of this, we are seeing strong interest and uptake in the solution and are partnering with our customers to learn more and unlock more applications for wearable monitoring . Whether it be mobile bankers, homecare nurses or property inspectors, safety assurance and peace of mind are at the core of what Geroe provides to businesses whose staff are on their own or in vulnerable situations.”
Jupl co-founder Sir Ray Avery said “Our partnership with Sapio is indicative of Jupl becoming a maturing business. The maturity and robustness of our cloud based platform which utilises the proven Samsung hardware now offersus opportunities to diversify into new markets such as the at-risk worker safety market.

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