MMG names Chris Middleton vice president of technology

Friday, February 10, 2012 11:47 AM

MMG, a global clinical trials patient recruitment group, part of Ketchum, has appointed Chris Middleton vice president of technology.

Middleton will oversee all new technology products and application, service and infrastructure development. He will provide leadership and strategic direction for MMG's portfolio of technology-based patient recruitment efforts.

Middleton is a software industry veteran with a track record in complex software development across the healthcare, privacy, biometrics and enterprise integration industries, both in the U.S. and internationally. In addition to being a software architect and technology manager for companies such as CGI-AMS, Software AG, Deutsche Post DHL and Daon, Middleton has held leadership positions for software startups and founded Scaled Objects in 2007.

"Chris' passion for developing novel technology solutions that bridge gaps between patients and the services they need is perfectly suited for achieving MMG's aggressive goals for innovating and meeting our clients' needs,” said John Benbrook, CEO of MMG.

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