Bamberger Brings Extensive IT, Sales and Large-Project Management
Experience to Grow EMR Software Provider's Partner Channel
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich., Feb. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- gloStream, Inc. (gloStream), an electronic health records (EHR) software and practice management solutions provider serving healthcare facilities nationwide, today announced information technology veteran John Bamberger has joined gloStream's executive management team as chief channel officer.
In his new role, Bamberger leverages more than 30 years of information technology, sales and project management experience - including his years as COO of Analysts International, a publicly traded e-business application developer and network solutions provider. He is charged with guiding gloStream's delivery and support model via channel partners. Bamberger will manage channel partner recruitment, training and sales. He will also serve as a valuable resource for gloStream's customers, partners and end-users as they implement and use the company's gloEMR electronic health records (EHR) application.
"There's never been a better time to be involved in healthcare information technology, and I am extremely excited to join gloStream," said Bamberger. "The company's gloEMR electronic medical records application is changing the face of healthcare and helping physicians everywhere experience the productivity and patient care benefits EHR technology can provide."
After graduating from Michigan State University, Bamberger held many sales and management positions in the IT industry.
Recognizing significant market potential in reselling vendor products to small and midsized companies, Bamberger founded SequoiaNET.com in 1991. The company specialized in designing, installing and maintaining e-commerce infrastructures and Web-based applications. Under his leadership SequoiaNET.com grew from a one-man entity to a 600-consultant organization in just nine years, and was named Microsoft's Partner of the Year. Bamberger was also named Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year for his efforts.
In 2000, Bamberger sold SequoiaNET.com to Analysts International, a leading publicly-traded e-business application developer and network solutions provider. Bamberger first served as the company's senior vice president of sales and operations before becoming its chief operating officer and senior vice president, where he developed and managed a dynamic sales force whose efforts brought fast and profitable growth to Analysts' International's bottom line.
"I am proud to welcome John to the gloStream team, and I look forward to leveraging his expertise to expand our customer and partner base and strategically accelerate our business strategy," said Mike Sappington, president and CEO of gloStream. "John is a welcome addition to our executive management team because of his outstanding ability to meet customer needs in fast-growing markets. Along with his proven successes in sales and partner channel relationship management, his expertise will be a tremendously valuable resource to gloStream's customers and partners as they implement and use our EHR."
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan-based gloStream provides with electronic medical record software and practice management solutions delivered and supported through a nationwide network of partners. gloStream solutions are secure, easy-to-use applications built on the Microsoft platform. With a simple user interface and single-click access to comprehensive patient data, gloStream products help doctors improve patient care by streamlining workflow and creating efficiencies in office administration. For more information, visit http://www.glostream.com or call 877-glo-EMR1.
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