Single services designed to fit your needs
We offer a range of IT professional services from systems engineering to training plan development all set to help your team stay ahead of the technology curve for Senior Living.
Build the perfect strategy with a vCIO
Vcpi offers Virtual Chief Information Officers and account managers tailored to Senior Living providing a strategic, forward-looking IT executive to collaborate with and advises clients’ IT departments. The vCIO performs the same functions as a conventional CIO so we can assist your organization maintaining and securing your existing IT infrastructure. We also provide forward-looking services, such as developing long-term strategic IT goals and identifying opportunities to drive innovation.
What clients say
“We look forward to our continued partnership and hope that we can continue to educate each other in our areas of expertise to help us continue to grow and provide the highest level of services to our residents and clients. Your culture is one that aligns with our core values and the future is so bright for us both.”
Assessments built with Senior Living in mind
Senior living providers must maintain a better-than-average technology infrastructure if they want to succeed in the new healthcare environment. Those looking to improve their current and future business outlook are turning to assessments as a cost-effective means of knowing their current status and readiness for future expansion, and understanding how they compare to others in the industry.
Microsoft Solutions built for Senior Living
Partnered with the best
What does it mean to be a Microsoft Gold Partner?
Gold Competency represents the highest certification available for Microsoft Partners. A Partner with Gold Competency has a specialized skill set when it comes to implementing a particular tech solution or providing clients with service in a specific area. Only the top 1% of Microsoft Partners worldwide are Gold Certified.
Microsoft Gold Certification indicates that a Partner meets rigorous standards set by Microsoft — and meeting these standards is increasingly difficult.