Inofile Names Dane Chief Marketing Officer

Company leadership bolstered by technology marketing and business services expertise

<0> Inofile Names Dane Chief Marketing Officer </0>

Inofile announced today it has appointed Mike Dane as its Chief Marketing Officer, who will lead all communication and awareness efforts for the healthcare technology company as it continues to expand its reach with new partnerships, products and market opportunities.

Dane joins Inofile from Rentokil-Initial, where he served as vice president of Marketing. There he designed and built the company’s Marketing organization for its North America operations. Dane held the same title at Ricoh Americas for four years, leading its strategic, product and channel marketing teams and all digital marketing, demand generation and communication efforts. He also held multiple marketing and sales leadership positions at IKON Office Solutions, Captaris RightFax and Xerox.

“While Mike understands the complexities of taking a product from concept to market, his ability to hear the customer and speak directly to their needs is unparalleled,” said Jon Elwell, chief executive officer for Inofile. “Mike’s communication expertise and leadership will be tremendous assets for our business.”

“This is a tremendous opportunity to join a team focused on simplifying healthcare,” noted Dane. “Inofile has already made a substantial impact, not only with its technology but with the team’s contributions to several industry initiatives and organizations. Together we will build on this expertise and momentum with technology that connects the healthcare continuum by enabling the communication of complete patient information in a timely, accurate and intuitive manner.”

Inofile technology creates vital links to simplify healthcare. Its groundbreaking software solves one of the most complex and overlooked problems facing healthcare, transforming unstructured medical information into a common, standards-based format. Inofile connects the healthcare continuum with simple, cost-effective technology designed to integrate into any patient care setting. Learn more at .

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