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Brad Williams Joins OrthoSynetics(TM) as Director, IT Infrastructure
Date:3/3/2008

METAIRIE, La., March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- OrthoSynetics(TM), the largest provider of business services to orthodontic and dental practices worldwide, has hired Brad Williams as Director, IT Infrastructure.

"Hiring Brad is in keeping with our commitment to strengthening our company's infrastructure and providing the most innovative technology to our doctors and their associates," said Chris Roussos, president and CEO OrthoSynetics(TM). "In a very short period of time, our Chief Information Officer, Tim Tiffin, has assembled an experienced team, opened our state-of- the-art data center, and improved every single facet of our IT department. Brad will further help with these efforts, as we continue to provide superior value and service to our customers."

Williams comes to OrthoSynetics(TM) from Heartland Payment Systems, where he served as Executive Director of Network and System Support. Prior to that, he served as Network Administrator at Capstead Mortgage.

His experience includes initiating, developing and managing a team that has built two data center facilities, and has led the design and configuration of an organization's security infrastructure. He also has experience in investigating, monitoring, repairing and strengthening vulnerabilities in large-scale IT networks to build redundancies and maximize structural security.

Williams is a graduate of Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, TX, where he received his Bachelor of Business Administration and his Master of Business Administration.

"I'm pleased to join a company that has exhibited such a strong commitment to assembling a strong IT team, and placed such a focus on improving its IT infrastructure," said Williams. "I look forward to working with the entire OrthoSynetics team to help contribute to the success of each and every one of our doctors and their practices."

OrthoSynetics(TM) is an orthodontic and dental practice services firm that manages the business and marketing functions of orthodontics practices, including advertising, payroll processing, financial reporting, purchasing, technical support and patient financial services. The company currently serves over 300 Orthodontic and Dental Practice locations.


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