I am very excited to be leading Centice Corporation's effort to bring innovation to pharmacies
Morrisville, NC (PRWEB) February 4, 2011
Centice Corporation, a pioneer in chemical verification and identification using Raman Spectroscopy and computational sensor technology, announced today that Michael O'Connor, formerly of Parata Systems, has joined the company as the Executive V.P. of Sales and Business Development. Mr. O'Connor's responsibilities include all sales and business development activities; this also encompasses relationships with Pharmacy Mutual Companies® and all distributors and partners of the PASS Rx® pharmacy verification system.
Mr. O'Connor will attend NACDS Regional Chain Conference in Naples, FL from February 7-11.
Mr. O'Connor has held positions with some of the pioneers of healthcare including Computer Credit Inc. and Aminoderm Laboratories, Inc. His leadership in championing new technologies and innovative healthcare solutions has established Mr. O'Connor as a thought leader in the industry. With over 20 years in the healthcare industry, holding numerous executive positions in sales and marketing, Mr. O'Connor has witnessed significant change in areas of patient care and safety.
"I am very excited to be leading Centice Corporation's effort to bring innovation to pharmacies" stated Mr. O'Connor. "The application of PASS Rx® technology to the challenges of pharmacy operations shows great promise in the evolving role of the pharmacist in patient care."
"We are very excited to have Michael join our leadership executive team and help guide our growth in the pharmacy and hospital markets" said Centice Corporation CEO, Scott Albert. "As we accelerate the adoption of new technology for the healthcare market, Michael's deep experience will be invaluable to our team, to our customers and to the industry."
Centice Corporation creates and delivers advanced technology solutions to select markets in pharmacy operations, healthcare, manufacturing and homeland security. By leveraging an expertise in applied Raman Spectroscopy, computational sensors, and machine vision technology, Centice provides products and integration expertise that saves lives and protects people's lifestyles. Centice's scientists and engineering teams work with a network of partners to answer emerging business and public service needs. Headquartered in Morrisville, N.C. and founded in 2004, the company maintains sales offices across the country and markets products direct and through distributors. More information can be found at http://www.centice.com.