- Posted by Next IT Healthcare
- On July 8, 2014
Spokane, WA (July 08, 2014) – Next IT, developer of Alme, the world’s most trusted virtual assistant platform, is continuing its expansion into the healthcare sector and has announced the addition of Danny Pariseau to their healthcare business unit.
“I relish the opportunity to work for a true entrepreneur like Fred Brown and to play a part in Next IT’s success,” Pariseau said.
Danny hails from Accenture, the world’s largest management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company where, as a consultant, he worked in many roles, such as project manager, business analyst and solutions architect. Danny worked with Accenture’s enterprise-software clients, including leading providers of CRM, billing, insurance policy administration, marketing campaign and business analytics software.
Danny will join the Spokane-based software firm as their healthcare business unit’s Senior Program Manager. In his new role, Danny will ensure that Next IT’s virtual-health-assistant implementations align with client expectations and effectively address their most pressing challenges.
About Next IT Healthcare
Next IT Healthcare is the leader in patient engagement. We help healthcare organizations drive lasting behavior change and improved outcomes.
Next IT Healthcare launched in 2014 with the debut of Alme Health Coach, a revolutionary solution that delivers advanced virtual assistant capabilities to healthcare-specific environments across mobile, web and chat interfaces. Our mission is to pave the way to a radically healthier population.
Next IT Healthcare is proudly based in Spokane, Washington. Learn more at www.NextITHealthcare.com.
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