Assistive technology company InteliCare has announced aged care industry leader Daniel Pilbrow as the company’s new CEO.
Pilbrow joins from Australia’s largest in-home care specialist, Silver Chain Group, where he held the role of executive director of New South Wales with national responsibility for mergers and acquisitions.
Pilbrow said he was thrilled to be joining the team at InteliCare to spearhead the company’s next stage of growth and strategic direction, as it expands its service offering to the aged care and disability care sectors.
“InteliCare is a fantastic company with an extremely exciting future,” he said.
“I look forward to expanding and scaling the business and having the incredible opportunity to make a real difference in how care is delivered at home and within residential settings.”
Pilbrow said the company has successfully transitioned from a start-up to an ASX-listed provider of premium independent living solutions.
“It has built a world-class SaaS platform that offers a real solution to staff shortages and capacity of care residences,” he said.
“My focus will be on driving the new strategic direction of the company and working with both existing and new stakeholders to increase value for our customers and shareholders.”
InteliCare is an Australian technology company that has commercialised a predictive analytics hardware and software system for use in the aged care and health industries.
The company believes Australians deserve to age with dignity, and through its business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) solutions, built on its proprietary internet of things (IOT) platform utilising smart sensors and artificial intelligence (AI), it aims to enable people to stay in their own homes for longer while empowering healthcare providers to deliver higher quality, more efficient services.
InteliCare chairman Dr Neale Fong said the board selected Pilbrow for his deep industry connections and domain expertise, as well as his ability to leverage the existing foundations of the company to lead the next transformational phase of growth for the company.
“The board is delighted to confirm Daniel as InteliCare CEO,” he said.
“His impeccable credentials and proven leadership capabilities, exemplified in recent years, set him apart as the board’s top candidate for the CEO position.
“The board is looking forward to working with Daniel to build on InteliCare’s foundation in the industry and the execution of future opportunities that will arise.”
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