SprintRay has announced a partnership with Subscribili, where SprintRay’s 3D printing customers can now leverage SprintRay’s Pace subscription management software powered by Subscribili to offer customised dental subscriptions directly to their patients.
This partnership serves to expand SprintRay’s 3D printing hardware into subscription enablement software and provide Subscribili access to over 9000 dental locations in the SprintRay network.
“Subscribili is a company we’ve been excited about partnering with since we initially met their founding team,” said John Cox, CGO of SprintRay. “Their passion and strategic vision were immediately evident. We believe the product they’ve built will be an immediate hit with our existing customers, and this partnership will allow us to exceed our growth targets in the coming years.”
With over 25% of the US population living without dental insurance, dental providers need a way to offer affordable care to these patients, according to SprintRay. Comprehensive dental subscription care is one possible way.
Additionally, by bundling SprintRay products in the subscriptions, dental providers can give more Americans access to SprintRay’s dental solutions. With printers from SprintRay and subscriptions powered by Subscribili, dentists reportedly reduce their reliance on outside entities like laboratories and insurance companies, providing the dentists the freedom to treat patients on their own terms.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to be working with a company that cares as much about bringing affordable dental care to patients as we do. By pairing our subscription software with their dental hardware, we have a solution that provides tremendous value to both dentists and patients,” said Sudha Vetri, CEO of Subscribili.