Custom Software Systems, Inc. (CSS) Promotes New President and CEO

Sep 21, 2011, 12:06 ET from Custom Software Systems

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Sept. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Custom Software Systems, Inc. (CSS) Board Chairman Joe Byrum announced today that Richie Wilkes, former Chief Operating Officer, has accepted the position of President and CEO. In this position, Wilkes will oversee all operations pursuant to enhancing the company's mission, which is providing rural and community hospitals with forward looking Health Information Technology with the highest customer service available industry-wide, to which they can use to better serve their patients and staff.    

Wilkes, who joined the company in 2008, brings the experience needed for this position.
A co-founder of Capitol Strategies, a consulting group assisting companies with business organization, funding and mergers and acquisitions; as Vice President of Link2Gov, in charge of business and product development; and as Executive Vice President of Operations at Prosodie Interactive, which designed government business portals and interoperable communication systems. Prior to joining Custom Software, Wilkes founded and was CEO of InStream Technologies, a digital pen platform.

Custom Software Systems, Inc. (CSS) Board Chairman, Joe Byrum said, "Richie brings the perfect combination of leadership, skill and enthusiasm to the table. CSS has the right person to drive the future of the company and provide our clients with the solutions they need."

About Custom Software Systems, Inc. (CSS)

Custom Software Systems (CSS), the Nashville-based provider of IT solutions for the health care industry for more than 25 years, offers a complete range of solutions, including certified inpatient electronic medical records (EMR); laboratory and clinical management; financials; document management; and a browser-based digital image viewer (PACS). For more information, go to

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