Senior Management Moves Strengthen Central Logic Sales, Marketing Operations

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Central Logic, the healthcare industry’s leading provider of innovative transfer center and on-call scheduling technology solutions, today announces two strategic appointments on the executive leadership team.

Eric Cohill formerly Regional Vice President Sales, Southeast is named Senior Vice President of Sales, United States.

Tod Dalberg formerly Vice President of Marketing and Business Development is promoted to Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer.

Cohill brings 28 years of successful sales leadership experience to Central Logic. In his previous role at P2i, he held the position of President and Chief Commercial Officer and was responsible for negotiating and securing multimillion dollar international contracts with companies such as Samsung, Motorola, Huawei and Siemens. He has spent the majority of his career in healthcare and understands the current challenges in the industry. He has commercially launched new technologies while consistently delivering outstanding sales results. Cohill brings a wealth of experience leading sales and marketing teams for early stage, mid-cap and large Fortune 500 medical device companies like; Laserscope, Viking Systems, CytoCore, U.S. Surgical (now Covidien) and Baxter Travonal.

Dalberg brings more than 20 years of executive experience with Fortune 500 companies specializing in brand management, B2B and B2C marketing, partnership development, marketing strategy, product development, communications, and public relations. He is an experienced and energetic marketing leader who has managed highly productive marketing teams that have launched new products and business concepts that have driven new revenue and exceeded financial goals.

Prior to joining Central Logic, Dalberg previously held executive marketing positions at Simon Property Group, Premium Outlets division as well as corporate marketing positions at LS Travel Retail, Best Buy, and Musicland.

“Eric and Tod bring unparalleled experience and vision to our executive team as we launch new products to improve overall health care coordination,” said Jennifer Holmes, Central Logic President and CEO. “Both gentlemen will help drive our commitment to our existing and future customers by communicating how Central Logic software provides real-time solutions to make healthcare operations run more efficiently.”

The management changes take place immediately and come on the heels of Central Logic’s recently refurbished website.

CentralLogic.com provides users with more visible, detailed company and industry information and exclusive news on the company’s products and solutions including Central Logic Transfer Center and Central Logic On Call Scheduling software, as well as an enhanced, industry leading Resource Center with unique articles, webinars, studies, and video presentations.

“The fresh look of CentralLogic.com ushers in a new chapter in our company’s 11-year history,” said Dalberg. “As we continue to expand, innovate, and focus on customer satisfaction, we knew it was important to have a site that reflects our growth. Users will find it easier to navigate and the upgraded site is full of valuable resources to give people a better understanding into how Central Logic is a leader in healthcare coordination technology and thought leadership.”

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About Central Logic: As the industry’s leading provider of innovative transfer center and on-call scheduling technology, Central Logic’s team works collaboratively with more than 430 hospitals and thousands of healthcare customers or relationships – including physicians, administrators, and healthcare staff – to design and implement patient flow software solutions that increase admissions and capacity. Founded in 2005, the company helps hospitals and systems measurably increase the number of patient admissions and patient transfer volumes while maximizing hospital staffing, efficiency and care coordination.

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