Lumavate, a leading platform for building cloud-based mobile apps, is pleased to announce that former IU Health and Boston Scientific senior leader, Bill McConnell, has joined Lumavate’s Board of Managers.
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McConnell’s career in IT and life sciences spans more than 20 years. Previously, he was the senior vice president and CIO at IU Health, SVP at Boston Scientific, vice president and CIO at Guidant, and COO at RCI. Currently, McConnell is the managing director of his own consulting firm.
“We are thrilled to welcome Bill McConnell to Lumavate’s Board of Managers,” said Lumavate CEO and Chairman of the Board, Mark Hill. “Bill’s extensive IT experience and background in life sciences will be extremely beneficial in helping us continue to grow our mobile solutions.”
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The Lumavate platform capitalizes on the transition from native mobile apps to cloud-based mobile apps – a major shift happening in mobile tech that is disrupting the way companies interact with consumers. Through the Lumavate platform, companies can deliver highly-personalized mobile experiences faster and at a fraction of the cost of native mobile apps.
“The Lumavate platform is truly transforming how brands interact with consumers on mobile,” said McConnell. “I’m looking forward to working with the Lumavate team as they continue to scale their offering.”
In January, Lumavate announced that Mark Hill and Bill Godfrey have joined as the Chief Executive Officer and as vice president of business development, respectively. Currently, Lumavate offers an enterprise SaaS platform for building cloud-based mobile apps at scale. Through the Lumavate platform, companies deliver highly-personalized mobile experiences that can evolve throughout the entire customer journey. These mobile experiences drive increased adoption and long-term engagement via smart activation methods.
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