Sandata’s New Brand Has More Ready, More Set, More Go.

Sandata announces rebrand

We’ve been hard at work behind the scenes at Sandata to update our brand in a way that reflects who we are today: forward-thinking, dedicated to excellence, and committed to our customers and the people and populations they serve. Today, we’re proud to present to you our new visual brand identity and messaging on our website and social media pages.

The re-brand came at a big point of change for Sandata. Not only was 2020 an unprecedented year for how we do work thanks to the pandemic, but also one of major growth. We acquired Solana in October, solidifying our footprint in the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities industry and began to build out our sales team to reach more of our serviceable area. As we head into 2021, we are indeed a stronger and smarter team, more committed than ever to the work we do.

With that, we look forward to using this launch of our brand update to start a new cadence for our online presence; making more use of our blog for articles and announcements, regular posts to our social media channels, and soon, a newsletter that will deliver all of these things to your inbox. We will show you how we help you get more ready, more set, more go and that, with Sandata, you can get more right from the start.

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