OhanaLink Technologies Announces a Company Rebrand

HERMITAGE, Pa. – OhanaLink Technologies is now Looped Solutions.

The company announced in a news release Monday that it has rebranded “to support its renewed mission and re-energized direction.”

In addition to its new name, the company also has a new logo and product enhancements, which will be announced soon.

“This is truly an exciting time for our company. But behind the scenes, our amazing team is still in place and fully committed to continuing to provide the highest quality products and services to our customers,” said Kara Wasser, the company’s founder and CEO. “We know that our partners, customers and others are as excited as we are about what the future holds for Looped Solutions.”

OhanaLink entered the market in June 2020 with the launch of OhanaLink Baby, its first mobile solution for the health care market. In 2021, the company expanded its offerings to address broader health situations by launching the OhanaLink app to connect family and friends during health-related events.

In 2022, the company introduced OhanaLink Purple to support victims of domestic, sexual and trafficking violence, providing them with life-saving help and enabling organizations to customize how they engage and communicate with their clients.

The use of OhanaLink Purple has increased month-over-month through the onboarding of 57 agencies in 12 states, with nearly 400 advocates and the creation of 1,200 client rooms.

“Throughout our five-year journey, we have listened to the market and witnessed the growing need for solutions that innovate the connections around how we live, how we work and how we engage with our networks and communities,” Wasser said. “We are extremely proud of what we have accomplished and how we have proactively responded to the emerging demands for tech in health care, social care, victim services, education and general life events.”

The company “realized growth across different markets” and saw “new opportunities to diversify our portfolio of services and expand our customer base to encompass both for profits and nonprofit organizations,” Wasser said.

“Our transition was supported with a shift of our strategic plan taking into consideration ways in which to serve new markets meeting the demands for emerging technologies, and we knew it was time for a change,” she said.

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.