Petalo in the News

Interview with Petalo President & CEO, Camille Roussel

“Technology is advancing at an exponential rate, and unfortunately healthcare has not kept pace, but there is no reason we can’t catch up and provide the same type of experience folks expect from Amazon, Starbuck’s and Apple, in the healthcare space.” Camille Roussel’s recent interview in CEOCFO Magazine explains how Petalo is building a platform that addresses the specific needs of senior care providers.

Continue to full interview at The CEOCFO Magazine »

New Senior Care Technology Company Launches, a company that harnesses Amazon’s Alexa to engage residents with personalized interactions, has announced its launch and market entry.

The company was founded by Camille Roussel and Jason Gottschalk to be a voice-first customer engagement platform that increases customer satisfaction and improves staff efficiency.

Continue to full story at McKnight’s Long-Term Care News

Washington Business Journal

How two Maryland entrepreneurs are taking Amazon’s Alexa to senior care

Two Rockville startup founders are out to change the game for senior living, to save employees time and make life easier for residents — with help from a familiar friend.

Petalo, the year-old company with a voice-enabled system to improve communication at senior care facilities, is preparing to launch its product in June following a pilot phase at the Village of Rockville. And Amazon’s Alexa (NASDAQ: AMZN) is that voice.

Continue to full story at The Washington Business Journal »

Two Rockville entrepreneurs are giving a voice to seniors through a familiar person of sorts, Amazon’s Alexa. Petalo (formerly PrimroseIntel) has developed a new system with Alexa that’s helping improve communication at senior care facilities. Patricia Villone reports.