Happy (ehh..) post-election Friday ya’ll. I’ll keep this short and sweet.
This week Redox passed 1,000 live connections on our network. This is a big deal. 2020 has been unplanned, unprecedented and unpredictable. Hard decisions were made this year. We had to get creative with our offering in order to answer the high call of the COVID pandemic.
Our achievement of 1,000+ connections doesn’t just reflect the value of our growing network, but it also reveals the attitude of dedication from our entire team. We’ve said in the past that Redox is a great company because we serve great customers. What’s also true is that Redox is a great company because we have a dedicated and deft team. Our customers themselves represent a range of companies from those who are learning how to sell to hospitals and are relatively green to the industry to large enterprises that offer multiple digital health solutions. They do not have to worry about whether they will be able to sustain a scalable integration because that’s our business every day.
Our mission is to improve healthcare by uniting patients and providers through easily accessible technology. We’re continuing to live up to that. Officially at more than 1,000 connections, Redox is
strong and getting even stronger.
This accomplishment somehow touches everyone reading this blog. Whether you are or were a Redoxer, whether you’re a customer or friend of the company, we are all patients. The innovative applications we serve, the electronic health records we connect, and ultimately the healthcare organizations we help are better equipped to care for all of us with every connection we enable. Again, we have immense gratitude for all who have helped us on this journey, and you bet your [rear-end] that we’re gearing up for bigger and better. More on that real soon.
Next stop? 10,000 connections. Then maybe the moon. We’ll see!
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