MicroPact Hires Two New Executives for Expanding Healthcare Program

     MicroPact Hires Two New Executives for Expanding Healthcare Program

Jack Frost and Dion Trahan to focus on entellitrak's presence in healthcare
market

PR Newswire

HERNDON, Va., Nov. 19, 2012

HERNDON, Va., Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --MicroPact, a leader in the
development of case management and business process management (BPM) software,
announced today the appointment of Jack Frost as Vice President, Healthcare
Solutions and Dion Trahan as Director, Healthcare Solutions.

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With more than 25 years of technical and business management experience, Jack
Frost will be responsible for strategic leadership of the Healthcare Solutions
business for MicroPact. Previously, Frost was the Vice President of Operations
for Department of Defense (DoD) programs at Enterprise Information Management,
Inc. (EIM) where he led contract execution of all DoD and Civil Agency IT and
O&M programs, including oversight of EIM's elite forms and business process
automation program (ECMS) for the U.S. Army, totaling dozens of projects,
nearly 100 employees and more than $20M per year in service revenue. Prior to
EIM, Frost worked at Signal Labs, Inc. as the Chief Operating Officer where he
led development, operations and commercialization of novel signal processing
and surveillance technology for defense and intelligence markets.

Bringing numerous years of federal and commercial healthcare industry
experience to MicroPact, Dion Trahan will be tasked with translating the
latest healthcare legislation, regulations and policies in to actionable
market penetration strategies. Before joining MicroPact, Trahan was the Deputy
Healthcare Client Executive at EIM. While at EIM he led the market penetration
strategy efforts and was the company's subject matter expert on healthcare
policy, Affordable Care Act legislation and regulations, Centers for Medicare
& Medicaid, Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Veterans
Affairs. Previously, Trahan was a Senior Consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton
where he provided support and assessment related to several CMS programs and
projects.

"The combination of Jack and Dion's experience with the implementation of
healthcare regulations, federal guidelines, legal basis and business aspects
of healthcare is the exact knowledge that MicroPact requires as we grow our
presence within the healthcare market," said Kris Collo, president, founder
and CEO of MicroPact. "I'm confident that their professional accomplishments
and expertise will help execute the company's business efforts as they relate
to our case and BPM market positioning."

Frost earned a Master of Science and a Bachelor of Science from West Virginia
University. Trahan earned an LL.M. from American University Law, J.D. and
Bachelor of Civil Law from Louisiana State University Law, a Bachelor of Arts
from The Citadel and an Advanced College Prep Diploma from the Form Union
Military Academy.

About MicroPact
MicroPact's Unified BPM platform for Case and Business Process Management,
entellitrak, is used by more federal agencies than any other BPM product.
MicroPact's open architecture, on-premises or cloud based products can be
implemented immediately and configured continuously, enabling customers to get
to work quickly while keeping costs low. For more information, visit
www.micropact.com.

SOURCE MicroPact

Website: http://www.micropact.com
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