Former McKesson Corporation Executive, Robert J. Reilly, Joins Aethon Team
PITTSBURGH, July 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Aethon Inc. (http://www.aethon.com), the leading developer of mobile robotics for hospital supply chain logistics, today announced that Robert J. Reilly has joined the company as Senior Vice President -- Chief Financial Officer.
Reilly, who was most recently Vice President -- General Manager for McKesson Corporation's Specialty Pharmacy Division, brings more than 30 years of experience in finance and operations to the company. At McKesson, Reilly led the relocation of the Specialty Pharmacy business to Pittsburgh and played a critical role in achieving consistent double-digit revenue growth quarter over quarter.
"Reilly brings to Aethon a wealth of experience, most recently demonstrated by his success in managing revenue and profitability improvement for McKesson's Specialty Pharmacy Division," said Aldo Zini, President and CEO of Aethon. "I am confident his financial and business expertise will be invaluable as the company continues to grow and aims to achieve profitability and operational proficiency."
Before his General Manager role, Reilly served as CFO for McKesson's Automation Group, which consisted of business units serving both hospital and retail pharmacy markets. He also held various CFO and senior finance positions with both public and private companies and spent six years with a big-four public accounting firm.
"I am excited by the opportunity to help drive Aethon's next growth phase," Reilly said. "Aethon has unique technology, exceptional prospects, and a compelling opportunity to realize business success in an emerging market."
Reilly holds a BS degree in accounting from Duquesne University and is a certified public accountant.
Based in Pittsburgh, Pa., Aethon is a leader in affordable autonomous mobile robots for healthcare supply chain management. In healthcare, the company's patented technology platform is redefining hospital supply chain logistics by automating the location, delivery and recovery of key assets. The net result of Aethon's low-cost, easy-to-install, RFID-based asset utilization solution is improved caregiver efficiency and satisfaction, increased asset utilization, decreased equipment rentals, increased patient safety and satisfaction, and improved regulatory compliance. Nearly 100 hospitals nationwide have deployed Aethon's TUG and HOMER robots. For more information, visit http://www.aethon.com.
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