Global Assisted Living Software to Post 9.2% CAGR through 2021, Expects Infiniti Research in Its New Report Recently Uploaded at MarketPublishers.com
10 Jul 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Today, various software solutions are extensively used by assisted living facilities to manage security, comfort and satisfaction of their residents. Besides, assisted living software helps assisted living facilities to improve communication with residents and their families as well as helps to increase the quality of the services offered by the facility. It gives a hand in such functions as resource allocation, documentation of services and appointment scheduling, amid others.
Over 2017-2021, the world’s assisted living software market is set to keep to a growth trend, exhibiting a 9.2% CAGR. The major market growth propelling factors comprise constantly rising need for workflow automation, escalating adoption of automation in assisted living software, surging adoption of mobile-assisted living software, ongoing incorporation of family engagement, amid others. Yet, the market growth could be hampered by certain factors, for instance, rising threat from open-source assisted living software.
MatrixCare, American Healthtech, PointClickCare, RealPage and Yardi Systems are among the leading players in the global arena.
The new report “Global Assisted Living Software Market 2017-2021” created by Infiniti Research offers a deep analysis of the market landscape and dynamics, offers reliable info on the key market growth drivers and limiters, and uncovers trustworthy market performance estimates. This research study describes the current market scenario highlighting the main geographical markets, discusses the prevailing and emerging trends, outlines future growth prospects and opportunities, examines the competitive landscape and identifies the most prominent players. Moreover, a future outlook with detailed forecasts through 2021 is available in this publication.
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