Softek Solutions becomes two independent software development companies
PRAIRIE VILLAGE, KS – March 16, 2017 – The software development and consulting company Softek Solutions, Inc., has separated into two independent, privately held companies.
A new company, Softek Illuminate, Inc., was formed to move forward with the Illuminate brand of products used by radiology practices for instant access to patient and business data. Softek Solutions, Inc., retains the OnTrack brand of products and services that help customers optimize the electronic medical record (EMR) system made by Cerner Corp. With the separation, each company can now concentrate development efforts in its distinct area of the health information industry.
Softek Solutions, founded in 1995 by David Fletcher and Matt McLenon, built its name on intuitive software development for the competitive medical software marketplace. Fletcher remains President and is now sole owner of Softek Solutions. McLenon is CEO and sole owner of Softek Illuminate.
For information on both companies, go to www.softekinc.com.
For more information on Softek Solutions, contact Jason Hungate at jason.hungate[at]softekinc[dot]com.
For more information on Softek Illuminate, contact Matt McLenon at matt.mclenon[at]goilluminate[dot]com.
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