Broadliner Tech Data has expanded its senior-oriented product offering by adding Facilotab tablets to its catalogue.
With 30 years of experience in the field of IT for individuals, the Centre de Développement de l'Informatique Personnelle launched the first Facilotab at the end of 2015 to fight elderly loneliness. Designed in collaboration with senior specialists, Facilotab's target is to provide a minimalist, customisable interface where no misuse is possible. Facilotab is the perfect version of the simplified computer in the form of an Android tablet. It is now considered the simplest Android tablet on the market.
With no subscription and telephone assistance for its start-up, Facilotab is perfectly suited for use by private individuals who are new to the business. Thanks to its free automatic updates and compatibility with all Android applications, digital is within everyone's reach.
Thanks to its various models adapted and a customisable interface, this digital tablet is increasingly being used by EHPADs and CCAS of many French cities to train seniors in new technologies. A partner of the FNSEA, Générations Mouvements (and many others), the tablet has received the label "Tested and approved" by seniors by AFNOR Certification in April 2017.
François Lerebourg, designer of Facilotab, said: "with 30 years of experience in interfaces for Windows or mobile applications, I continue to regularly observe beginners' use of tablets to continuously improve Facilotab in order to make it accessible to all. Our ever-increasing number of partner stores will now have a way to quickly obtain supplies from Tech Data, their usual wholesaler."
Antonin Martinot, Deputy Managing Director for Tech Data Endpoint Solutions, adds: "we are pleased with this new partnership with CDIP, which distributes Facilotab products. Silver Economy represents a market that is expected to exceed 120 billion in 2020 (source Senior Strategic research firm) and we are proud to offer our clients a complete offer today in this promising segment of technologies for seniors."