Voalté, a leading developer of innovative point-of-care communications software on smartphone devices has announced five new team members, doubling the size of its staff since the beginning of the year.
“The market response to the Voalté One system has been much more than we expected,” said Trey Lauderdale, vice president of innovation for Voalté. “We are thrilled that we are in a position to welcome these highly qualified professionals to our team.”
Chris Coffey joins Voalté as project manager for hospital installations. Coffey brings with him nearly five years of experience with construction project management. He has an undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering and an MBA, both from the University of Florida.
Justin Kirby joins Voalté’s engineering team as a server developer. Kirby has over 12 years of experience in high-reliability design and development. He began his career at Microsoft and later formed his own start-up, gaining a strong reputation for developing large-scale chat and messaging systems.
Tricia Wren will lead Voalté’s accounting team as staff accountant. In her new position, Wren will provide general account systems, financial controls and accounting best practices.
Jeff Antonio and Judy Thompson were appointed as Voalté Care Specialists. In their new positions, Antonio and Thompson will work onsite at Voalté’s client hospitals.
According to Lauderdale, the company expects to double in size again by early 2011.
“We are on a path for rapid expansion and continue to look for high-impact, high-performance talent,” he said.