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tend.ly – Transforming communication and enriching lives.

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Tend.ly is a Care Relationship Management Platform that brings together care providers and the families of those for whom they are caring. Tend.ly empowers care providers to capture memorable moments and important activities and share them with family members. This increased communication boosts family engagement and creates peace of mind. The efficiencies realized by using tend.ly allow care providers to spend more time focusing on providing exceptional care and serves as a key differentiator in the marketplace. Boosting family engagement is just the beginning. tend.ly is also uniquely positioned to help providers understand the power of the data they collect and harness that data to make better business decisions.

FOUNDED: 2013
EMPLOYEES: 1-10
WEBSITE https://tend.ly
EMAIL support@tend.ly
PHONE 317-501-1887
ADDRESS 15639 Hawks Way Carmel, Indiana 46033 GET DIRECTIONS

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Tend.ly Aims to Improve Communication Between Caregivers, Families

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Tend.ly keeps you connected to those in your care

Caitlin Coffman felt like she was missing out when she dropped her children off at daycare and headed to work. Getting a little slip of paper or Post-IT note at the end of the day with “fish sticks and a 20-minute nap” just wasn’t enough information or connection with her kids. A 20-year career in