Critical Alert Systems announced its president and COO, Ted McNaught, received the Critical Messaging Association’s (CMA) 2014 Global Industry Recognition Award. The award recognizes industry leaders who have made meaningful impact on the critical messaging industry. The CMA is an industry association dedicated to advocacy and innovation in wireless delivery of time-sensitive, critical messages for the healthcare, first responder, emergency industries. The CMA selected McNaught from a list of international nominees.
Ted has been a driving force behind the transformation of Critical Alert into a high growth, healthcare communications company with leading edge technologies. He has driven and managed the operating initiatives to construct a scalable platform capable of delivering the highest levels of customer service and supporting significant growth in the US and international markets.
“This recognition for Ted is well-deserved,” said Ed Meyercord, CEO of Critical Alert Systems. “With strong leadership, infectious energy, and innovative ideas, Ted has made significant contributions to the critical messaging landscape as he has in reshaping Critical Alert into a high growth healthcare technology company. We congratulate Ted for this recognition on a global stage and thank him for all he has accomplished at our company.”
[Posted by Peter Lyle DeHaan, PhD for AnswerStat magazine, a medical healthcare publication from Peter DeHaan Publishing Inc.]