Ann Arbor, Mich. – June 23, 2014 – NovoDynamics, Inc., (www.NovoDynamics.com), a technology innovator focused on transforming large, complex data sets into actionable information and insights, today announced that Michael D. Robinson, vice president, US Health and Life Sciences at Microsoft Corp. has joined its Board of Directors. Robinson joins a board dedicated to solving the multifaceted challenges faced by business, industry and government using the power of NovoDynamics’ core technologies and deep experience in predictive analytics, pattern recognition and image processing.
“Michael’s record of success in aligning critical business drivers and developing comprehensive growth strategies within large organizations, across multiple markets and industries, will complement the extensive and diverse experience of the NovoDynamics board,” said David A. Rock, NovoDynamics president and chief executive officer.
Added Robinson, “NovoDynamics’ recently-announced collaboration with the University of Michigan Center for Integrated Research in Critical Care (www.micircc.org) is a prime example of the way some of today’s most pressing problems are being solved using Big Data and new analytical technologies. In this case, NovoDynamics is developing solutions to analyze complex data streams and medical images that will increase the efficiency of critical care protocols, enhance clinical efficacy, improve patient outcomes and reduce healthcare costs.”
A seasoned executive with over 30 years of experience in developing, selling and implementing complex business software solutions, Robinson is currently responsible for driving Microsoft’s business initiatives in commercial and public sector health and life science related organizations for providers, payers, life sciences, public health and human services. In 12 years at Microsoft, Robinson has held positions of increasing scope with both domestic and international responsibility. Prior to joining Microsoft, he held leadership positions at Hitachi Data Systems, Sterling Software and Robinson-Cole/Trecom Business Systems.
NovoDynamics, Inc., an In-Q-Tel portfolio company, develops pattern recognition and predictive analytics solutions that are used throughout the world by commercial industries, governments and academia to capitalize on large, disparate data assets. The company also offers software products, based on similar technologies, designed to capture, classify and extract critical data from documents by converting image-based information into digital formats for business process automation, content management, and search and retrieval solutions. Learn more at www.NovoDynamics.com.