JACKSON, Miss., Nov. 8 Samarion Inc., the long-term careindustry's technology partner, recently named Mike Duni as the company'sDirector of National Sales.
The addition of Duni brings to the management team more than two decadesof executive sales and key account management experience in capital equipmentand software solutions. His expertise will facilitate Samarion's goal ofpartnering with the long-term care industry to provide transformationalquality improvement solutions. On Oct. 7, Duni unveiled SamarionSolution(SM),the market's only Enterprise Quality Improvement System, in its nationalcommercial debut at the AHCA/NACL/MECF 58th Annual Convention and Expositionin Boston, Mass., and continued Oct. 21-24 at the AAHSA 2007 Annual Meetingand Exposition in Orlando, Fla.
"The nursing home industry is passionate about quality, but significantquality improvement will only be realized with the partnership of newtechnology solutions with compassionate caregivers," said Samarion founder andCEO Mark Rodgers. "The SamarionSolution(SM) provides that transformingtechnology, and the addition of Mike Duni provides us the ideal salesprofessional who shares the same passion for excellence to lead the company'snational sales. Since Mike understands the technical challenges facingadministrators and owners, he's uniquely positioned to manage all aspects ofthe sales experience with Samarion."
Duni said he's delighted to be part of the Samarion management team.
"Joining Samarion was a natural fit," said Duni. "The company's philosophyand passion regarding the care and dignity of the elderly and mine are inperfect alignment. It's also such an exciting time to be part of long termcare. With a field-wide focus on quality, and the looming challenge of babyboomers, we're blessed to have the opportunity to introduce a solution thatcan have such a profound positive effect on the lives of the staff, families,and most of all the residents. I truly believe that we're bringing forward asolution nothing short of a revolutionary new level of care and quality oflife to the long-term care field."
A graduate of the University of Maryland, Duni's postgraduate studiesincludes course work at Harvard University's JFK School of Government, andrigorous sales, management and leadership courses through the AmericanManagement Association. From his office in the Charlotte, North Carolina metroarea, he most recently served as general manager and vice president of salesfor Work Software Systems. Before that, he held numerous top executivepositions at Datacolor, including general manager of North and Latin Americadivision and director of sales worldwide-retail products.
The addition of Duni is a significant step forward in Samarion's nationalrollout of SamarionSolution(SM), an Enterprise Quality Improvement System thateliminates an environment for neglect and abuse. The innovative systemprovides high-tech features for unprecedented restraint-free fall prevention;wandering and elopement prevention; resident, staff and visitor safety andsecurity management; unparalleled staff management and facility monitoringthat optimizes operational efficiencies; and a family-and-friendscommunications system that transforms the lives of residents and their lovedones.
SOURCE Samarion Inc.