September 17, 2008
Guillermo Moreno Named Aurillion’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing
TORONTO, Sept. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Aurillion, a leading provider of healthcare workflow management tools, announced the appointment of Guillermo Moreno as its vice president of sales and marketing. In this role, Moreno is responsible for developing and implementing strategic initiatives to grow the company's business throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. He is based in the United States, and reports directly to Paul Gilmor, president and chief executive officer of Aurillion.
"We're excited to have Guillermo on our team as we continue to capitalize on our momentum of bringing self-service technologies to the healthcare arena," said Paul Gilmor, president and CEO of Aurillion. "Guillermo brings with him an insider's perspective and an impressive range of experience from every corner of the healthcare and high-tech marketplace. He's perfectly positioned to strengthen Aurillion's sales and marketing platforms as our company, and this industry, continues to grow."
Moreno, a 24-year veteran of the healthcare industry, spent the past 10 years in healthcare information technology (HIT) at Cerner Corporation, a multi billion dollar supplier of integrated HIT. At Cerner, he held a variety of roles with increasing responsibility in sales, marketing, operations and client development, resulting in appointment to vice president and general manager of its Latin America and Caribbean markets. Most recently, Moreno was a partner with a consulting organization focused on healthcare transformation in both Canada and the United States.
Moreno is a board member for the National Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Foundation, the president of the South Florida HIMSS Chapter and a board member of the Central/North Florida HIMSS Chapter. Moreno has participated and spoken at various national and international conferences and events on diverse subjects related to healthcare technology, including trends and global expansion. Guillermo has a master's degree in architecture from Texas A & M University with a specialization in hospital planning and design.
Aurillion is a software company focused on the development of integrated, scalable healthcare information technologies and services to streamline patient workflows. Through a secure, self-service solution, Aurillion enables customers to achieve tangible, sustainable and financial outcomes that improve operational efficiencies and enhance the patient care experience within hospitals, clinics and other health organizations. Aurillion has offices in Mississauga and Toronto, Ontario.
Web site: http://www.aurillion.com/