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X-Factor Communications Welcomes James Sheehan as VP of Product Development
Date:5/30/2013

South Hackensack, NJ (PRWEB) May 30, 2013

X-Factor Communications, LLC (“X-Factor”), the wholly owned subsidiary of X-Factor Communications Holdings, Inc. (OTC: XFCH), a premium provider of interactive digital media software and services over its dmcp:// Digital Media Control Platform announced today they have recruited James Sheehan as Vice President of Product Development. Former Executive Director of Technology for Boston-based Steward Healthcare and healthcare information technology consultant, Mr. Sheehan brings 17 years of industry experience and market insight to X-Factor Communications.

Mr. Sheehan is part of the X-Factor team attending the 2013 International MUSE Conference, where the company will be demonstrating its digital media publishing & distribution platform including mass notifications, emergency alerts, and intranet integration.

"We are delighted to welcome Jim to the team,” said Charles Saracino, X-Factor’s CEO. “Jim brings on the ground experience as well as an extraordinary vision for how real-time communications can improve patient care, hospital performance, and bottom line results.”

X-Factor’s intuitive mass notification and digital media solutions help hospitals and healthcare facilities disseminate real-time messages and alerts connecting clinicians and front-line staff to SharePoint or intranet resources, improving operational efficiency and maintaining Joint Commission compliance and regulatory standards. In addition, X-Factor’s easy-to-use, interactive platform helps communications professionals and IT teams create and deliver “any content” quickly and easily into SharePoint or any Intranet environment.

“I’m excited to join X-Factor’s team and bring these products to the healthcare sector,” Mr. Sheehan said. “Having been responsible for overseeing customer service and IT operations, as well as being part of IT Administration, the benefits of the Di
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