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CenTrak Inc., a Halma company, has acquired Infinite Leap, a health care consulting and services provider for real-time technologies, joining two leaders in real-time location systems (RTLS).

“The acquisition expands and strengthens capabilities for CenTrak and its extensive partner ecosystem, helping health care organizations improve patient outcomes and substantiate return on investment from RTLS solutions,” according to a press release. “To further mark CenTrak’s evolution from a leading provider of IoT devices to an end-to-end solution provider, this news anchors its growing managed services by offering onsite clinical and technology support and success management programs for customers.”

“The acquisition of Infinite Leap and their seasoned team will accelerate the development of a robust managed services program for CenTrak,” said David Minning, president and CEO at CenTrak. “Infinite Leap has provided extensive clinical consulting services for years, and by bringing their experts on board, we can scale more quickly, provide enhanced post go-live support, and introduce on-site assessment services to ensure customers are successfully optimizing their location technology.”

CenTrak will immediately and seamlessly integrate the services currently performed by Infinite Leap, from solution design and business planning to implementation, training, operational support, managed services and program optimization. Existing Infinite Leap customers will continue to receive support, install new systems and expansions under the umbrella of CenTrak’s offerings.

“Collaborating with CenTrak throughout a highly successful, multi-year partnership has demonstrated the importance of offering RTLS solutions and managed services to benefit the customer, and we’re excited to continue our work and jointly expand our capabilities,” said Mark Rheault, founder and CEO at Infinite Leap. “I look forward to combining the talent of these two organizations and joining the CenTrak leadership team, together we will further drive the impact of RTLS in health care and improve the patient experience.”

“Transitioning CenTrak from a hardware technology provider to a value-based, full enterprise solution required the addition of a strong and strategic clinical consulting partner,” the release states. “With the added RTLS expertise gained from Infinite Leap, CenTrak is well positioned to further enrich its services, solutions and products to support the needs of health care providers in the post-pandemic world and enhance the company’s position in the global health care market.”



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