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Samsung Medison America Appoints Michael Podany as Vice President of Sales, West USA
Date:2/6/2012

CYPRESS, Calif., Feb. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Samsung Medison America welcomes Michael Podany as Vice President of Sales, West USA to fortify its growing sales network in the Western US. Mr. Podany will be responsible for developing and managing sales channels West of Mississippi and will report directly Mr. Brian Keith (GM, Director of Sales, USA).

Mr. Podany has demonstrated 18-plus years of consistent and proven results in creating, managing, and growing a new base of business in various markets.

His experience spans from managing territories to identifying emerging markets in Radiation Oncology, Ultrasound, Reproductive Medicine, and Surgical Equipment. Most notably, Mr. Podany spent 8 years at GE Healthcare, overseeing all aspects of ultrasound sales in the Western US. During his 18-plus year career, Mr. Podany has demonstrated his entrepreneurial leadership by accomplishing double-digit growth consistently throughout various segments.

"What impressed me the most is Samsung Medison's commitment to providing the latest Ultrasound technology for patient care. I am very excited to help expand the sales network that will make such technology widely available in the Western US. Additionally, Samsung Medison is poised to bringing its latest technologies from the non-medical arena to better the current diagnostic Ultrasound platform. The Future is bright at Samsung Medison and I am very excited to be part of this team," said Michael Podany.

Mr. Charles Sung, CEO of Samsung Medison America Inc., states, "Mr. Podany has demonstrated his entrepreneurial skills in many of his previous medical sales positions. Samsung Medison is excited to welcome Mr. Podany to its growing sales team and looks forward to further expanding its sales network in OB/Gyn and Reproductive Medicine."

For more information on Samsung Medison America, visit www.samsungmedisonusa.com or visit its booth at booth 216 at 2012 SMFM between Feb 8 and 10, 2012 in Dallas, Texas.

About Samsung Medison
Samsung Medison is one of the world's leading researchers, developers and manufacturers of ultrasound and other medical imaging products. Founded in 1985, Samsung Medison was acquired by Samsung Electronics in February 2011. Throughout its history, the company has achieved a series of technological breakthroughs, such as introducing the world's first commercially available 3D and 4D diagnostic ultrasound scanners. Driven by an investment of 12 percent of revenues into R&D, its range of machines now covers everything from the lightest and most portable of scanners, to the very latest and most sophisticated in ultrasound technology.


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