Complex Rehab Technology (CRT) services provider Numotion announces it has acquired New York-based Monroe Wheelchair, which allows Numotion to extend its reach and capabilities throughout the broader Northeast region.
In addition to CRT services, Monroe offers a full line of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices and software to meet a range of individual needs.
“We are excited to welcome Monroe Wheelchair to the Numotion team in order to better serve customers in New York state,” Mike Swinford, CEO of Numotion, says in a media release. “Monroe’s commitment to compassionate care and their tireless efforts to dignify life through enabling independence, enhancing comfort and ensuring dreams, are perfectly in line with our mission at Numotion.”
Monroe’s more than 80 CRT and Speech Design employees will join Numotion. The team will gain access to a broader product offering, as well as robust support infrastructure, thereby increasing the efficiencies that enable the delivery of much-needed equipment and services to customers so they can more actively participate in everyday life.
Monroe customers will continue to receive the same level of quality service they have become accustomed to through Monroe. Operations will remain at the three Monroe office locations in Rochester, Syracuse and Albany, NY.
“We are thrilled to announce that Monroe Wheelchair has been acquired by Numotion,” states Doug Westerdahl, CEO of Monroe.
“Numotion was the best choice for us, no question. Their customer-centric focus and employee-supportive organization align with our values and business principles. Numotion’s infrastructure and technology will ensure our customers have the most responsive service experience the industry has to offer. My belief is that we can improve more lives working together than we could each do alone.”