Xoran announces new independent director

ANN ARBOR–Xoran Technologies LLC, a provider of CT imaging systems, announced Donald Schwartz has joined Xoran’s board of managers as an Independent director.

Schwartz’s animal health industry experience and broad expertise in executing business strategies will advance Xoran’s organizational goal to increase accessibility to CT imaging technology across veterinary medicine.

“We are gratified to welcome Donald Schwartz to our Board as an Independent Director,” says Jacqueline Vestevich, Xoran’s executive chairman. “Don’s vast experience and expertise in animal health will help Xoran accelerate value creation and promote meaningful growth in our burgeoning veterinary business.”

Xoran is committed to equipping veterinarians with diagnostic imaging technology that increases efficiency and improves treatment outcomes in veterinary medicine. Designed for use in general veterinary practices and animal hospitals—Xoran’s veterinary suite of products brings advanced CT imaging directly to the treatment location. With a compact, mobile footprint, instant access to 3D images, and advanced software viewing capabilities, veterinarians can diagnose and plan treatment in real-time.

“I look forward to working with Xoran to drive the vision for in-office scanning technology to become standard practice for veterinarians,” Schwarz said. “By democratizing access to diagnostic imaging, veterinarians will be able to practice better medicine and provide clients with faster diagnosis and treatment plans without the additional wait and hassle involved with CT referrals.”

Schwarz is a senior executive and award-winning science and technical writer. He brings to Xoran’s Board of Managers more than 30 years of experience in business development with a consistent record of delivering superior results in executing business objectives. Schwartz is the founder of Elders Rede LLC, a specialist consultancy for animal health industry clients. He previously held the roles of managing director at Canopy Animal Health; executive director of business services, U.S. operations at Merial Ltd. Schwartz holds Master of Science from City University of New York and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Union College.

More at www.xorantech.com.

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