DENVER, Aug. 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- It's Never 2 Late®, the leader in providing person-centered digital engagement, content and technology solutions for seniors, named Barbara Kandemir the company's Chief Financial Officer.
In her role, Kandemir will be responsible for oversight of finance, human resources, legal/compliance and office management. In addition, she will lead a number of initiatives, including instructional leadership, administrative policy, budget development and implementation, and process improvement.
"Barbara is an accomplished professional, mentor and thought leader. Her extensive experience building and enabling organizations for accelerated growth is perfectly aligned with the direction of iN2L," said CEO Tom Bang.
Kandemir has held senior financial executive positions across several industries, including Aperture Credentialing, the nation's largest healthcare provider credentialing company; KnowledgeAdvisors, a leading provider of analytics solutions for talent development professionals; Intersect Solutions LLC, a business intelligence information management solutions provider; and Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services.
"It's exciting to join a company with a mission to make integrated computer technology accessible to elders, particularly those experiencing cognitive decline," said Kandemir. "Making digital technology accessible and meaningful for this underserved population, as well as their caregivers and loved ones, holds enormous appeal for me."
Kandemir holds a degree from Valparaiso University. She also is Past President of the Community Health Nurse Association's Women's Auxiliary.
About It's Never 2 Late It's Never 2 Late® (iN2L) is an award-winning developer of digital engagement technology for senior living community residents, with over 2,500 installations in the United States and Canada. The company's picture-based, touchscreen interface provides easy connectivity to the Internet, including video chat and e-mail, regardless of users' physical and cognitive abilities. Additionally, iN2L's media library offers more than 4,000 social, educational and spiritual content options, as well as games developed specifically for individuals with cognitive challenges. Residents can realize the full benefits of interactive technology while reducing isolation, increasing cognitive stimulation and enhancing independence. For more information about iN2L, visit www.in2l.com. Access case studies, research, testimonials, and our blog on our Ideas & Insights page. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Contact: Matt Schlossberg Amendola Communications for iN2L [email protected] 630-935-9136