Alex Green Joins Signify Research
Published: October 11, 2016
Signify Research (www.signifyresearch.net) is pleased to announce that Alex Green has joined its leadership team as a Company Director and Principal Analyst. Alex will be responsible for Signify Research’s Digital Health market intelligence portfolio, initially developing its coverage of the patient engagement platforms and portals market.
Alex brings with him 20 years of technology market research experience. Most recently he served as Senior Research Director at IHS Inc., leading the IT & Networking research and analysis team within IHS’ Technology Media and Telecoms (TMT) business line. Prior to that he was a Research Director at IMS Research, overseeing a number of the company’s consumer electronics and communication technology research areas.
Alex also brings with him a wealth of experience from the healthcare sector having worked as a Business Analyst & IT Project Manager in a joint NHS/Local Government role. Within this role he was responsible for the implementation of EHR systems for social care, producing health service demand/capacity forecast models and developing process re-engineering strategies to maximize healthcare system capacity.
Alex will be joining company founder Simon Harris, and healthcare market analysis veteran Steve Holloway on the leadership team at Signify Research. “I’m extremely excited to be joining Signify Research” stated Green, “I’ll be joining a leadership team that has a combined experience of more than 50 years in technology market intelligence and one that includes some of the most highly respected analysts within the healthcare technology industry”.Share on LinkedIn
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