InDemand Adds New Executive to Support the Company's Rapid Growth
InDemand Interpreting provides healthcare facilities across the country with access to medically qualified interpreters in seconds
Jun 09, 2015, 10:30 ET
SEATTLE, June 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Continuing on its path of accelerated growth, InDemand Interpreting, a leading provider of Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) within healthcare, has added Patrick Schoenecker, Vice President of Customer Success, to its rapidly expanding organization.
Schoenecker brings more than 30 years of experience to InDemand Interpreting, previously serving as a director of customer success within the healthcare industry, a registered nurse, clinical analyst, customer relationship manager, field service engineer and senior sales executive for companies including Microsoft, Wolters Kluwer Health, Fairview Southdale Hospital, Regions Hospital, PowerObjects/Microsoft Gold Partner, LeCroy/Teledyne and Allegiance Telecom.
With his extensive background in both the medical field and technology, Schoenecker has worked closely with field sales, professional services, marketing, product and content teams to develop and execute effective customer success plans.
"We are elated to have Patrick Schoenecker join our growing organization," said InDemand Interpreting CEO Jim Ewel. "His deep experience within the medical technology industry will serve as a tremendous asset to our dynamic team and will continue to foster our relationships with industry partners and clients."
About InDemand Interpreting
InDemand Interpreting was founded in 2007 with the vision of ensuring that every patient receives the highest quality healthcare, regardless of language, cultural background or disability. By delivering the most experienced medical interpreters and highest quality video technology InDemand Interpreting provides doctors, nurses and clinicians the language access they need to provide the best possible care. Visit InDemand at http://www.indemandinterpreting.com.
SOURCE InDemand Interpreting
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