OrthoSynetics(TM) Adds Two Experienced Pros to IT Team

METAIRIE, La., June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- OrthoSynetics(TM), the largest provider of business services to orthodontic and dental practices worldwide, has added two new members to its IT team. Allen Lewis has joined the organization as senior software developer and David D'Entremont has been hired as senior network administrator.

"We are continuing to strengthen every facet of our organization, and the addition of these experienced professionals significantly bolsters our already top-notch IT team," said Chris Roussos, president and CEO of OrthoSynetics(TM). "Allen and David have proven track records of success in providing the highest quality technology solutions to a variety of companies, large and small."

Lewis joins OrthoSynetics from Ft. Worth, Texas-based Corphealth, Inc., where he served as senior developer. Prior to that, he was lead solutions developer for MLS Data Management Solutions, Inc. He previously served as systems analyst/web specialist for Autostar Solutions, Inc., and as web systems developer for Softlight Development. He received his associates in applied science degree from Remington College in Arlington, Texas.

D'Entremont comes to OrthoSynetics after serving as associate systems manager at CalTech. Prior to that, he was a network administrator for Heartland Payment Systems. He has also worked as a freelance drafting engineer, and worked as project engineer/project manager at EngineX Networks, and as application engineer for Fujitsu-Product Customization. He received his associate of applied science degree in CADD from Collin County Community College in Plano, Texas.

Both Lewis and D'Entremont will work in the company's Dallas office.

OrthoSynetics(TM) is an orthodontic and dental practice services firm that helps with the non-clinical business, marketing and administrative functions of orthodontic and dental practices, including advertising, payroll processing, financial reporting, purchasing, technical support and patient financial services. The company currently serves about 350 Orthodontic and Dental Practice locations.

SOURCE OrthoSynetics

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