Ted Reynolds Named to Lead CTG's Health Solutions Business

BUFFALO, N.Y. - March 31, 2011 - CTG (NASDAQ: CTGX), an international information technology (IT) solutions and services company, announced today that it has appointed Ted Reynolds to the newly created position of Vice President and General Manager of its Health Solutions division which serves the healthcare provider, payer, and life sciences markets. 

"With over 30 years working in healthcare IT at a consulting and an executive level, Ted Reynolds brings an exceptional combination of industry experience, technical knowledge, and leadership ability to his new role at CTG," CTG Chairman and Chief Executive Officer James R. Boldt said. "Ted is well known in the healthcare industry for leading large clinical transformations at several of the largest U.S. healthcare organizations, as an expert in many healthcare software vendor packages, and as one of the industry's foremost authorities on Epic. As the director of CTG's Epic practice over the last five years, he has built it into our largest vendor practice and recently led the project team for the largest-ever, same-day, go-live Epic ambulatory implementation." 

Mr. Boldt added, "In combining the leadership of all our healthcare practices under one executive, we are strengthening CTG's ability to support our clients in all three market sectors, to capitalize on opportunities where our practices overlap, and to better position the company to accelerate the growth of our healthcare business."

Before joining CTG in 2006, Mr. Reynolds was employed by Epic Systems Corporation in a variety of leadership, business development, and implementation roles including management of several large scale Epic implementations at leading healthcare providers. Prior to that, Ted was a Vice President of First Consulting Group where he managed several vendor practices and project teams for numerous clinical implementations. He also previously served as Manager, Applications Development for Stanford University Hospital. 

Mr. Reynolds holds a M.S. computer science degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He is also a graduate of Troy State University with a B.S. degree in mathematics/computer science. 

Mr. Boldt concluded, "CTG is currently working on 13 significant electronic medical record (EMR) engagements and recently won four new large EMR projects. As an industry leader with over 350 healthcare IT consultants, we are one of a few firms with the knowledge and experience to support large full scale EMR implementations. The strength of our consulting organization, EMR experience, and Ted's implementation knowledge and leadership abilities put CTG in an excellent position to capitalize on the growing demand for EMR support." 

About CTG
CTG develops innovative IT solutions to address the business needs and challenges of companies in several higher-growth industries including healthcare, energy, and technology services. As a leading provider of IT and business consulting solutions to the healthcare market, CTG offers hospitals, physician groups, and regional health information exchanges a full range of electronic medical record services. Additionally, CTG has developed for the healthcare provider and payer markets unique, proprietary software solutions that support better and lower cost healthcare. CTG also provides managed services IT staffing for major technology companies and large corporations.  Backed by nearly 45 years' experience, proprietary methodologies, and an ISO 9001-certified management system, CTG has a proven track record of delivering high-value, industry-specific solutions. CTG's IT professionals are based in an international network of offices in North America and Western Europe. CTG posts news and other important information on the Web at www.ctg.com.

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