Toronto's NexJ Hires Eric Gombrich as a Senior Vice President

Toronto-based NexJ Systems, a provider of next generation enterprise customer relationship management solutions, today announced the appointment of Eric Gombrich as Senior Vice President and General Manager of its Health Solutions Group.

“NexJ is at the forefront of the global transition from organizationally-centered care to a people-centered healthcare system; a paradigm where the patient, their family, and their caregivers are connected and empowered to manage their conditions and wellness,” said Eric. “NexJ’s innovative wellness solutions and framework uniquely position the company to deliver on the promise of people-centered health care.”

Mr. Gombrich was most recently the Chief Executive Officer of EMIS and has served on several boards in both private and public organizations.

“The healthcare industry needs solutions that enable patients and providers to access and share health information across the continuum of care, securely from any location to improve the overall quality, safety, and effectiveness of patient care.  This is what NexJ is delivering,” said William M. Tatham, CEO NexJ Systems.  “We’ve established several strong reference accounts and our vision of people-centered healthcare is building momentum in the market. With the addition of Eric to our team, we are well positioned to build on this growth.”

NexJ was recently named the sixth fastest growing technology company in North America by Deloitte.

NexJ Systems
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

NexJ is a leading provider of cloud-based software, delivering enterprise CRM solutions for the financial services, insurance, and healthcare industries. Our next-generation, people-centered software combines industry-specific functionality with information from multiple applications and data stores to provide comprehensive knowledge of the individual. NexJ was founded in 2003 by the former... more

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