IPA Continues Customer Expansion Reaching Over 1,000 Mark
ATLANTA, Dec 14, 2018 – IPA, LLC, the worldwide leader in surgical scrubs and healthcare linen automation, announced today that it has surpassed the 1,000-customer mark. IPA serves clients from all over the globe, with the largest concentration located in the U.S. and across 15 international countries including Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Korea, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar.
Marking an important milestone for the company and with more than 12,000 units sold, IPA continues to broaden its footprint and business globally with scrubEx® and alEx® technology solutions. In the past three years (2015-2018), IPA has achieved significant results, growing its U.S. hospital customer base by 25% and increasing total active units for scrubEx and alEx by 59%.
“Looking back to 1995 when we secured our first customer and looking at where we are today, validates IPA’s unwavering focus to deliver quality solutions to our customers and partners,” said Edward Campo, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at IPA. Our growth and success are largely due to our dedicated team who are passionate about building innovative technologies that help our customers improve efficiencies and lower costs. I'm proud of our accomplishments and look forward to future milestones that IPA has yet to achieve.”
IPA’s commitment to thoughtful design and functionality continues in its next generation scrubEx technology, unveiled August 2018. The newly advanced machines provide hospitals and staff with a cost-effective solution that makes it even easier and faster to manage a compliant surgical scrub program. For more information about scrubEx, visit the IPA website at .
IPA’s customer base ranges from community hospitals to leading academic hospitals, including 18 of the 20 hospitals recognized on the U.S. News and World Report Best Hospitals Honor Roll, 2018-2019.
IPA is the leading manufacturer of automated surgical scrub and linen dispensing equipment for healthcare providers. The company partners with hospitals to increase productivity, support infection control efforts, and provide tangible cost savings by reducing replacement and processing costs for surgical scrubs and linens. IPA solutions are made in the USA and are installed in more than 1,000 hospitals worldwide, with more than 700,000 healthcare professionals utilizing IPA technology every day. IPA, a subsidiary of Roper Technologies (NYSE: ROP), is headquartered in Duluth, Georgia. For more information, please visit www.thinkipa.com.