News | Enterprise Imaging | August 16, 2017

Mach7 Technologies Welcomes New CEO

Michael Jackman brings nearly 30 years’ experience to the Mach7 team

Mach7 Technologies Welcomes New CEO

August 16, 2017 — Mach7 Technologies Inc. welcomed Michael Jackman as their new chief executive officer (CEO) to help accelerate Mach7’s vision for the future of enterprise imaging. Mr. Jackman is an accomplished executive with nearly 30 years’ experience of energizing teams, building brands and creating value in highly successful global healthcare IT businesses, according to Mach7.

“We are thrilled to welcome Mike on board as our new CEO,” said Mach7’s chairman Damien Lim. “Today’s pace of change in healthcare imaging IT is exponential. Mike’s vision, strategy and execution track record is exactly what Mach7 needs at this pivotal time to deliver the best possible experience for our customers. His passion for servicing customers at a global scale, and his authentic team player attitude make him an extraordinarily good fit for Mach7.”

Jackman said: “I’m incredibly excited to join the Mach7 team. Mach7 has that rare combination of a passionate customer base, leading products, amazingly talented people, dedication to technology innovation and momentum in the market. The company is positioned to become the standard for intelligent workflow management in enterprise imaging and I’m honored to join the dedicated and smart people on the Mach7 team. As we add capabilities for our customers, deepen our market presence, and expand our technology, our mission remains unchanged – to enable cost-effective and high quality access to patient intelligence at the point of decision making for better clinical outcomes.”

For more information: www.mach7t.com

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