Hunt Valley, MD, February 20, 2017 - SAI, a software products and consulting firm helping clients optimize their business performance, today announced that Avila Home Care, an innovative healthcare startup focused on delivering extraordinary care with unparalleled kindness to seniors in the home has selected SAI’s Acadia Performance Platformtm to support the onboarding and training process for Avila’s community of caregivers.
Avila Home Care believes that the key to excellence in home care is the day-to-day interaction between caregiver and client. They hire the best and do everything possible to retain them. They screen potential staff members thoroughly and train them extensively so that their clients can have full confidence that the caregiver who serves their family is the best person they could possibly find.
Hunt Valley based SAI introduced Acadia to the marketplace in 2016 and has successfully deployed Acadia’s mobile friendly policy and procedure platform, integrated task management and robust reporting to leading manufacturing, healthcare and retail industry customers. Acadia provides an easy to use and highly secure platform for content distribution to new and existing employees on any device, when they need it. Embedded quizzing ensures every employee learns the “one best way” to complete every business process and task management ensures all team members deliver a consistent, high quality customer experience.
Avila CEO Danny O’Brien explains “As an Acadia Early Adopter, we were able to provide early feedback on the features and functionality that are key for us to onboard caregivers, continuously share key content and ensure that we maximize the impact and results of every interaction with every client.”
SAI’s CEO, Ric Hughes, added "Nothing is more important than ensuring that your family members are being treated with the best care and utmost kindness. We appreciate so much that we have had an opportunity with Acadia to help Avila’s team ensure a high value, experience for their clients, while they continue to live at home in familiar surroundings” said Ric Hughes, CEO at SAI.