Touchtown, a Pittsburgh-based senior living community engagement technology provider, is being acquired by Nashville-based Uniguest, which is looking to capitalize on increased demand for digital engagement and managed services in the senior living communities.
The acquisition of Touchtown, whose products can be found in more than 1,200 communities serving 250,000 seniors and 200,000 staff members, will build on Uniguest’s presence in many senior living communities.
- Uniguest, a cybersecurity specialist in public space technology, says the addition of the Touchtown portfolio enhances value in both its product offering and integration, and expands its ability to centrally manage and distribute content to devices, places and screens.
- For the remainder of 2019, Touchtown will continue to operate as a stand-alone business with its current team members operating out of the Oakmont, Pennsylvania headquarters.
- Touchtown will immediately begin to sell Uniguest technology into the senior living space along with its current offerings.