Published on 19th October 2018

Canary Care is acquired by Lifecycle Software (UK)

Abingdon-based Canary Care, a developer and marketer of wireless sensor-based smart home monitoring systems, has been acquired by Lifecycle Software Ltd, a specialist software company with more than 20 years’ experience in delivering industry leading subscriber billing, provisioning and Customer Relationship Management solutions and reporting tools to telecommunications, high street retailers and utility companies.

Stuart Butterfield, managing and technical director of Canary Care is confident about the future of the company. He says “This is a really positive development for our company. We will continue to provide the Canary Care product and service that our existing customers know and love. Our new owner provides us with the stability and resources to further enhance the Canary Care offering and we’re very excited and optimistic about the future and the opportunity to bring Canary Care to a wider audience.”

Adoption of innovative assistive technology has been slow in the UK. Lifecycle and Canary Care will work together, not only to improve the Canary Care product and service, but also to increase market demand and adoption rates.


About Canary Care Global Ltd

Canary Care is now trading as Canary Care Global Ltd, a fully-owned subsidiary of Lifecycle Software Ltd.

Canary Care supports carers and those with care needs by providing extremely simple to install monitoring services that help vulnerable people to remain living independently for longer. Used by families, local authorities and care organisations across the UK and in Europe, it uses sensors to gather information about daily routines to provide tangible insights about wellbeing. The information provided helps users to make the right call and prevent little niggles turning into bigger problems.

With information and alerts available via web portal, mobile or text message, Canary Care is used as a tool by families and loved ones for peace of mind or as part of a more comprehensive care programme.




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