Matt Ferrari Joins ClearDATA as Chief Technology Officer
ClearDATA, the leading healthcare cloud computing platform and service provider, announced that cloud computing industry executive Matt Ferrari has joined the team as Chief Technology Officer.
In this role, Ferrari is responsible for the strategic enhancements and tactical execution of the company’s healthcare cloud computing technology platform HealthDATA Cloud. He will have direct oversight of engineering, product management, and back office systems.
The demand for ultra-secure, reliable cloud storage and computing within the healthcare industry continues to accelerate. ClearDATA is well positioned as the industry leader with its purpose-built, secure, HIPAA compliant cloud technology platform and services.
The addition of Matt to the ClearDATA executive team emphasizes our continued focus and commitment to excellence by recruiting world-class, high-performing leaders to drive continuous innovation, performance and security, said Darin Brannan, CEO of ClearDATA Networks, Inc. In addition to being a stellar technology leader, Matt’’s intense focus and easygoing demeanor make him an excellent cultural fit for our smart, hard-working team.
ClearDATA’s recruiting philosophy is simple; deliver world-class products and services by hiring extraordinary talent. This creates a company culture based on intelligent decision-making, mutual respect, open collaboration, and healthy debate towards greater outcomes. The end result is a high degree of job satisfaction that immediately translates into customer service excellence and happy customers.
Matt Ferrari Bio
Ferrari is a skilled technology veteran with several years of success delivering managed hosting and secure, cloud-based computing to companies around the world. He has in-depth expertise and real-world experience with HIPAA and HITECH regulatory requirements, combined with an extensive understanding of Cloud Computing, Storage and Disaster Recovery. This powerful skill set makes him uniquely qualified to build healthcare cloud application and storage environments for healthcare technology companies and organizations that require a high degree of scalability, data security, regulatory compliance and most importantly meaningful ROI economics.
In his former position as CTO at HOSTING.COM, Ferrari architected and built the company’s fast-growing line of managed cloud products and services, focusing largely on driving automation and a consistent customer experience to consumers and delivering meaningful cloud computing ROIs. Matt drove strategic partnerships in the Managed Service Provider community, leading to awards for first-to-market in Replication Services and Disaster Recovery services through VMWare partnerships. Matt helped drive the implementation of standard Product Development methodologies such as Test Driven Development, Agile, SCRUM, and ITIL.
A sought-after keynote speaker, Matt has presented at events such as Executive Summits, Adobe Max, EMCWorld, CFUnited, VMWorld, and Microsoft Hosting Summit. He joins top partners in panel discussions about cloud computing, and nurtures many strategic technology relationships for the organization. In addition to being personally obsessed with cloud computing and storage technologies, Matt is passionate about meaningfully changing healthcare to make it safer, smarter better.
ClearDATA Networks, Inc. is the market leader for healthcare cloud computing and information security services for healthcare providers and software and service companies, and is 100% dedicated to the healthcare field. ClearDATA’s HealthDATA Suite of Cloud Computing Solutions enable providers to fully automate, protect, and securely manage healthcare medical records, applications, IT infrastructure and digital storage. The company provides HITECH HIPAA-compliant cloud hosting of infrastructure with managed services, offsite backup and disaster recovery, medical image backup and VNA, healthcare PaaS, and healthcare information security and world-class support.
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