ANCOR, TMP Establish Gold Partnership
Partnership with cloud-based software provider offers attractive options for professionals serving people with intellectual, developmental disabilities
ALEXANDRIA, VA – This morning, ANCOR announced that it has established a new Gold Partnership with TaskMaster Pro Technologies, Inc. (also known as ‘TMP’). As the association’s ninth Gold Partner, TMP’s strategic alliance with ANCOR will enable the developer of cloud-based software to better meet the needs of the 1,400+ I/DD service providers within ANCOR’s membership.
“TMP is a valued new partner,” said ANCOR CEO Barbara Merrill. “It’s a software product that was purpose-built to help I/DD service providers radically transform the ways in which care is delivered. It captures and organizes a comprehensive set of data about our members’ employees and the persons served, giving members the ability to deliver more collaborative care, prevent costly errors, streamline workflows, and make data-driven decisions through a simple web app.”
TMP’s founders have operated both ICF and Waiver programs since 1991, including providing technology solutions since 1999. This unique blend of experience in long-term supports and services as well as technology has produced software that is designed and built by providers, for providers.
“TMP is excited to partner with ANCOR. Our products are focused on the same thing ANCOR members fight for every day: improving the delivery of care and increasing profits,” said Larry Hill, CEO of TMP. “Within our family of companies we own a provider business, too, so we clearly understand the need to create efficiencies in every area, successfully manage compliance and risk, and still enhance consumer satisfaction.”
TMP is based in Texas and provides services to providers across the nation. Visit the company’s website to learn more at taskmasterpro.com.
With the addition of TMP, ANCOR is pleased to offer the Gold Partner designation to nine outstanding companies, which include Direct Care Innovations, Foothold Technology, MediSked, Medline Industries, MITC, Scioto, Solana and Therap Services.
For nearly 50 years, the American Network of Community Options and Resources (ancor.org) has been a leading advocate for the critical role service providers play in enriching the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). As a national nonprofit trade association, ANCOR represents 1,400+ organizations employing more than a half-million professionals who together serve more than a million individuals with I/DD. Our mission is to advance the ability of our members to support people with I/DD to fully participate in their communities.