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bioVIGIL Names Peter Mojica Chief Technology Officer & CIO
Date:4/29/2011

LAS VEGAS, April 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- bioVIGIL, the company that reduces healthcare-associated infections through enhanced hand-washing compliance, today announced that Peter Mojica has been named Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and CIO. Mojica is a visionary technical executive and a research and development expert in the fields of compliance, risk management and social sciences with demonstrated success creating, building and launching enterprise class products for domestic and international markets.

Mojica will report to Jason Howe, CEO of bioVIGIL, and will be responsible for orchestrating and driving the company's product vision, innovation, technology architecture and overall strategy.

He most recently served as an advisory board member and vice president of product management at Awarepoint Corporation, a leading provider of enterprise awareness and Real Time Location Solutions (RTLS) for major healthcare systems. Before he joined Awarepoint, Mojica was the General Manager for AXS-One, a publicly traded software company in Rutherford, NJ. There he headed product strategy, management, product development, global partner strategy, business development and marketing. During his five+ years at AXS-One, Mojica led the company's exponential growth to a 1,200% stock value increase over a two-year rapid growth period. During Mojica's visionary leadership, the company's newly developed software product lines grew revenues from $2 million to nearly $100 million.

Previously, he led all research and development efforts at First Union National Bank, in Charlotte, NC, which was the 4th largest bank in the United States during his tenure. There he created and led the bank's most advanced technology teams in the use of technologies for corporate competitive advantage for all capital markets divisions. As a recognized storage, archive and networking expert Mojica has served as Chair and co-Chair of various committees for the Storage Networking Indu
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