DeVero Named 2017 “Reviewers’ Choice” for Home Health Software

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Ratings based on Overall Performance, Ease of Use, and Customer Service

(San Jose, CA | June 16, 2017) DeVero was named a 2017 Reviewers’ Choice for Home Health software by Software Advice based on submitted user reviews. The methodology included evaluating all available solutions based on three criteria that are regarded as the most important when evaluating home health software.

DeVero is in the top five of Software Advice’s Reviewers’ Choice for Home Health solutions for Customer Support, Ease of Use, and Overall Use,” said Gaby Loria, Research Manager at technology reviews firm, Software Advice.

“We speak with hundreds of software users every day and agencies that use DeVero often tell us how pleased they are with the solution. This type of positive feedback and support from its customer base contributed to DeVero’s impressive placement on our Reviewers’ Choice list.”

“Reviewers’ Choice is based solely on the scores actual current and former home health software advicecustomers have (written) on one of the Gartner Digital Markets websites (Software Advice, Capterra, and GetApp). This placement truly means (DeVero) is a “people’s favorite”,” said Madeline Enos, Media Relations Specialist at Software Advice.

“We’re honored to receive recognition based on our user reviews,” said Robert Love, Head of Marketing at DeVero. “We strive to deliver a solution that is powerful and adaptable, but maintains ease-of-use. We also aim to deliver world-class customer support, which makes this award even more meaningful.”

Gartner -owned Software Advice site offers businesses tools to research and ultimately select software in their space.  Home health software is one of their most popular categories.

The ranking and methodology are available on the Software Advice website, the direct link is here.

Learn more about the DeVero Home Health cloud-native software solution.

 

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