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Jaco begins scheduling demos by teleconference and relaunches EVO Configurator

Franklin, MA, June 16, 2020 – Jaco Inc., manufacturer of mobile and wall-mounted computer workstations for healthcare providers’ point-of-care applications, announced two new ways for customers to introduce themselves to Jaco EVO™, the company’s groundbreaking light weight Electronic Health Recordkeeping (EHR) cart platform.

Starting today, Jaco is offering EVO Tele-Demos – live, customized EVO product demonstrations broadcast via teleconference from Jaco’s corporate offices and manufacturing headquarters in Franklin, MA.

Also today, Jaco relaunched its online EVO Configurator, enabling nurse managers, IT staff, hospital administrators and other stakeholders to select an EVO cart model, customize it with power and options and accessories, and generate a complete cart spec and part list to share with colleagues and healthcare IT decision makers.

Attend a cart demo like no other

Before each EVO Tele-Demo, Jaco product engineers will outfit an EVO cart to the hospital or healthcare system’s exact specifications. Then via teleconference, Jaco sales and engineering executives will walk attendees through the cart feature by feature and answer any and all customer questions live.

But there’s more.

“We tell customers we build EVO like a Formula One race car, with super strong, super light welded tube frame and aircraft-grade aluminum body panels,” said Gary Brayton, National Sales Director at Jaco. “Broadcasting live from headquarters, we can actually show how EVO is built, providing an ‘under-the-hood’ look at cart components that we really can’t provide at the hospital. We can also show customers our state-of-the-art manufacturing plant, featuring the latest automated tools and robotics for cutting, bending, welding and powder coating metal. It’s one of the most advanced precision metal fabrication facilities in the country.”

Customers interested in a tele-demo can sign up via Jaco’s web site.

Build your EVO online

Jaco’s EVO Configurator lets customers build and customize an EVO cart online, in much the same way many automobile manufacturers’ web sites let customers build out a favorite car model. Customers simply choose an EVO model – LCD, Laptop or Podium – and then add plug-in or hot-swap power, storage, options, accessories, and even custom accent colors to meet their specific workflow requirements.

EVO Configurator

The EVO configurator updates an image of the cart as the customer adds options. When finished, the customer can save the EVO configuration – complete with all necessary part numbers – in PDF format and share it via email with coworkers and decision-makers, or with a Jaco sales rep.

“The EVO Configurator is a fast, easy, convenient way to get to know EVO and the ways it can be customized for any workflow,” said Brayton. “And it generates a detailed cart spec that’s perfect for communicating point-of-care EHR requirements to anyone involved in the healthcare system’s cart purchase process.”

“It’s also a great way to spec out a custom cart for your EVO Tele-Demo,” Brayton added.

Customers can find the EVO Configurator at https://jacoinc.com/evo-configurator/.

About Jaco
Jaco, Inc., located in Franklin, Massachusetts, is a leading manufacturer and integrator of computer carts and wall-arm workstations for healthcare providers’ point-of-care Electronic Health Records (EHR) applications. Proudly manufacturing in the United States of America for over 45 years, Jaco has set the healthcare industry standard for superior infection control, ergonomic design and nurse safety, sustainable quality and unmatched capital equipment investment value. Jaco is nationally certified as a Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) and Woman’s Business Enterprise by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) and is an ISO 9001-2008 Registered Company.

For more information contact

Matt Rossini
Vice President of Marketing
Jaco, Inc.

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