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Lexi-Comp, Inc. Receives NorthCoast 99 Honor
Date:9/2/2009

Hudson company is recognized as one of Northeast Ohio's 99 great workplaces for top talent

Hudson, OH (PRWEB) September 2, 2009 -- Lexi-Comp, Inc., a leader in providing drug and clinical information for healthcare professionals and health information systems, has been selected as one of Northeast Ohio's 99 great workplaces for top talent. The Hudson-based, privately-owned company was founded in 1978 and its continued growth and commitment to excellence will be formally recognized at the NorthCoast 99 Awards Dinner later this month.

Now in its 31st year of business in Northeast Ohio, Lexi-Comp has grown from a start-up company producing printed laboratory manuals to a provider of drug reference and clinical decision support information delivered electronically to healthcare professionals around the globe. Chairman and founder, Robert D. Kerscher, built the business with a strong focus on providing exceptional customer service, listening to client feedback, and responding to the marketplace. He believes achieving these goals begins with serving the needs of employees and retaining exceptional talent. This philosophy has served the company well and has been upheld through the transition of strategic management and oversight of the company's daily operations to his son, Steven M. Kerscher.

"We are very honored to receive the NorthCoast 99 Award," comments Robert Kerscher. "I can certainly speak from experience on the importance of surrounding yourself with talented people to help make your lifelong vision a reality. The key for us has been a step-by-step approach. It went very smoothly because we had a simple plan of gaining the confidence of our people and diligently maintaining the culture on which the company was founded."

Through a rigorous review and selection process, the NorthCoast 99 program addresses seven key workplace characteris
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