SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt., Jan. 31, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- OpenTempo, Inc. a national provider of physician scheduling solutions with headquarters in Williston Vermont, today announced that the company is relocating their headquarters to a new office located at 38 Eastwood Drive in South Burlington, Vermont.
Following strong expansion in its business, the company is in the process of growing its Vermont based team. In the six months leading up to the start of 2019, the company grew by nearly 40%.
"Broad adoption of OpenTempo's market-leading physician scheduling solution is driving rapid growth. It is critical that our new space can accommodate that growth and provides easy access to community resources that will allow our team members to thrive. Whether it's walking across the street to swim at lunch or hopping on the bike path to access the waterfront, our new headquarters fits the bill." said Andy Comeau, Chief Executive Officer of OpenTempo.
"I founded the company that evolved into OpenTempo in 2006 and started with three employees in a one-room office. Since that time, we have continued to outgrow our work-spaces. I am excited to move into our new location in South Burlington; it is a great space that we have been able to customize and make our own. I think it is going to be an environment that fuels the collaborative and cutting edge work we do. Growth is a product of success, and growth of our team and headquarters exemplifies how the work we are doing is making an impact on the healthcare industry," said Rich Miller, Founder, and Chief Strategy Officer OpenTempo. OpenTempo is set to move into their new office space on February 1st, 2019.
The leader in clinical capacity and automated physician scheduling software, OpenTempo provides healthcare organizations with enterprise scheduling and productivity tracking tools, advanced workforce analytics, and supporting services to align their clinical staffing approach with the evolving demand for patient care services. OpenTempo works with health systems and leading academic medical centers nationwide to optimize clinical workforce productivity, improve service line efficiency through better staff scheduling, and increase clinician satisfaction with greater transparency and control of their work assignments.