CHARLOTTE, NC -- (Marketwire) -- 04/27/10 -- Patient Care Technology Systems (PCTS), a subsidiary of Consulier Engineering, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSLR), today announced the appointment of Chris Doran as the Director of RTLS Solutions for the company.
Mr. Doran has been employed by PCTS in the capacity of vice president of government sales for the last 15 months. Prior to joining PCTS, Mr. Doran had extensive real-time locating technology experience with the 3M Track and Trace Division and with Ekahau, a provider of Wi-Fi based locating technology. Mr. Doran holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Mathematics with a minor in Education from Shepherd University.
The market for real-time locating technologies is expanding daily, and PCTS is proud to partner with the leading providers of these technologies such as infrared, RFID, Wi-Fi, ZigBee and ultrasonic-based systems to name a few. Mr. Doran's responsibilities as the Director of RTLS Solutions include the review of new technologies including the testing of hardware and its integration with the Amelior Enterprise Visibility & Workflow Automation Suite. He will be a key leader in facility implementations approving hardware orders, deployment, configuration and certification.
"Chris's unique experiences make him extremely well suited for this new position," said Chad Sallee, vice president of information technology for PCTS. "Informing our customers on all their RTLS options is an important process when compiling our comprehensive workflow automation report for each installation. Chris will do an excellent job providing the best options to our customers that will integrate with their existing systems, fit the facility's architecture or specific workflow needs."
Mr. Doran will work closely with the sales team attending interactive demonstrations, market education and consulting. He will also be the lead liaison with our multiple RTLS partners ensuring current understanding of each technology's features and benefits.
"With the growing number of RTLS technologies available, it is important for PCTS to stay abreast of the latest advancements," said Chris Doran. "Our customers look to us to provide an in depth perspective on these solutions. I look forward to showcasing the variety of RTLS solutions on the market today and their integration with the Amelior Enterprise Visibility & Workflow Automation Suite of products."
About Patient Care Technology Systems
Patient Care Technology Systems, a subsidiary of Consulier Engineering, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSLR), helps health care providers to improve patient flow, increase capacity and improve patient and staff safety by visualizing the real-time location and status of people and equipment throughout their facility. PCTS solutions have supported over 2 million patient visits annually and have shown a proven return on investment in high turnover, high-acuity units such as the emergency department and perioperative suites. The Amelior Enterprise Visibility and Workflow Automation Suite is interoperable with all leading locating technologies, including active-RFID, infrared, ultrasound, ultra-wideband, Wi-Fi and ZigBee. PCTS customers have been recognized nationally for improvements in efficiency and clinical excellence. For more information, visit www.pcts.com.
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