We have joined forces with Talk To Me Technologies
Following our announcement earlier this year, with our intention to welcome Talk To Me Technologies (TTMT) into the Smartbox family, we’re delighted to share it’s now official!
Like Smartbox, TTMT has been helping people with complex communication and access needs to live more independently since 2006.
By coming together and sharing our knowledge, ideas and expertise, we can better serve people who use assistive technology and help improve awareness of AAC around the world.
We are thrilled to be working collaboratively, bringing together more than 400 people in our growing global family, between the US, UK and Germany.
Our collective expertise, innovation, and commitment to the highest levels of service, will help us continue our journey of becoming one of the leading AAC companies in the US.
This reflects our determination to make a global impact and reach people across the world that would benefit from AAC.
Our US team will continue to focus on what they do best, by serving our existing customers and supporting people who use AAC. Customers can expect to receive the same exceptional service and continue to work with the team at Smartbox to explore our range of devices and services.
Who is Talk To Me Technologies (TTMT)?
Talk To Me Technologies was founded in 2006, as a small, family-run business of three by Matt Dunning, Marty Gallagher, and Kate Dunning. Since the founding, their shared desire has been to provide customized AAC solutions through a friendlier, more client-centered approach.
TTMT’s mission is to get clients communicating as quickly as possible with a communication device that best suits their needs. Headquartered in Cedar Falls, Iowa, TTMT has 148 mission-focused team members supporting clients across the US. TTMT’s product line offers twelve AAC solutions.
TTMT’s product line includes the wego A, zuvo, and eyespeak families of communication systems. TTMT is also the creator of the Zoom, OnWord, QuickStep, and Universal Core vocabulary page sets as well as the Spark Symbol Set library.
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