Cielo MedSolutions Promotes Christopher M. King to Senior Vice President

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Cielo MedSolutions, a healthcare software company, today announced the promotion of Christopher M. King to the role of Senior Vice President, Product and Operations.

Cielo MedSolutions, a healthcare software company, today announced the promotion of Christopher M. King to the role of Senior Vice President, Product and Operations. In his new role, he will oversee technology, product development, product management, and customer service for the company.

Mr. King joined Cielo in July of 2006 in the capacity of vice president of operations. With over 18 years of varied technology management experience prior to joining Cielo, Mr. King previously co-founded GPS handheld solutions provider Pier 3 Technologies. Before that, he served as vice president of marketing and product management for Wise Solutions, a software development tools company that he helped grow from $4 million to over $20 million in revenue and through a successful $43 million company sale in 2003. Mr. King earned a B.S. degree in Business Administration from Central Michigan University.    

"Chris King has been invaluable in getting Cielo MedSolutions airborne. He's a multitalented entrepreneur and manager who has a tendency to make everyone around him a better player-- just the sort of person you want on your team when you're launching a high-growth technology startup," commented Dave Morin, Cielo MedSolutions cofounder, president and CEO. "He's the kind of person who gives credit to everyone around him, but we naturally keep giving Chris more responsibility because he's that good."

About Cielo MedSolutions
Cielo MedSolutions (pronounced "see EL oh," Spanish for sky or heaven - http://www.cielomedsolutions.com) is a rapidly-growing provider of healthcare software and Web applications. Founded in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 2005, Cielo is pioneering a new category of healthcare IT known as clinical quality management systems (CQMS). The company's web-based Cielo Clinicâ„¢ supports disease registries, quality improvement, pay-for-performance and clinical integration initiatives, helping ambulatory care physicians to improve, document and report on clinical care.

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