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Vitals Aware Services is joining the AWS Partner Network to improve the lives of vulnerable individuals

New partnership has the potential to help millions


February 7, 2022

Minneapolis, Minnesota - Feb. 1st, 2022 -- Vitals™Aware Services, the creator of The Vitals™ App, allows a vulnerable person or caregiver to register online, and provide critical information about medical conditions, memory loss, mental health, de-escalation cues, or any visible or invisible disability or condition.

The Vitals™ App speaks clearly when vulnerable individuals can’t. This information is delivered securely and privately to a 911 operator, 1st responder, and/or approved member of the caregiving team. Vitals and AWS will launch several new initiatives under the Amazon Partner Network (APN) framework designed at co-selling to AWS clients, participating in mutual conferences, and taking part in joint webinars.

In addition, Vitals is listed on the AWS Marketplace, making it easier for AWS clients to purchase its solution. This new partnership allows Vitals™ to introduce its services to the 2 million existing AWS clients across the country.

“We are excited to offer a powerful resource to people across the country. The Vitals™ App has already helped save lives and averted some potentially traumatic situations. These newly announced enhancements will create even safer interactions and positive outcomes which will result in greater peace of mind for our users and their families,” says Janeé Harteau, president and chief executive officer of Vitals™ Aware Services. "We rely on our partners at AWS to improve the lives of vulnerable individuals all across the country. We're excited to take this relationship to the next level."

The power of the Vitals™ App was on full display when Katelyn Kasel, a Minnesota resident with a cognitive disability, found herself in a potentially dangerous situation one evening while driving home from work. Check out Katelyn’s story HERE. Onsite first responders got access to critical information about Katelyn in real-time, dramatically changing the entire interaction.

For more information, contact Stan Alleyne at or 612-704-6621.


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