BIRMINGHAM, Ala., August 3, 2022 (Newswire.com) - OnCentive, the nation's leading profitability and compliance consulting firm, is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Ryan as Chief Technology Officer. Ryan joins OnCentive's Senior Leadership Team, reporting directly to OnCentive's Chief Executive Officer, Shannon Scott.
Ryan brings a wealth of experience assisting Fortune 500 companies, obtaining market leadership through emerging technologies, data-driven insights, creating high-impact business processes, and performing digital transformations.
"We are thrilled Andrew is joining OnCentive at such a pivotal phase of our growth story," said Shannon Scott, CEO of OnCentive. "Under his leadership, OnCentive will accelerate its development of industry-leading profitability and compliance tools and solidify our position as the nation's leading HR technology firm."
At OnCentive, Ryan is responsible for setting the long-term strategic technology direction, overseeing the company's growing development team, and spearheading new product development. The growing Birmingham consulting firm recently launched a state-of-the-art Profitability Platform and acquired the leading Affordable Care Act compliance software, SyncStream Solutions, in February.
"I believe my extensive experience throughout the software development life cycle as an Architect, Engineer, Product Manager, Services and Customer Success Executive, and many other roles gives me a unique perspective to support and grow our products and organization," said Andrew Ryan, OnCentive Chief Technology Officer. "I am excited to lead our development teams and build bleeding-edge technologies to help our clients maximize compliance and profitability."
OnCentive is the nation's leading profitability and compliance consulting firm. Leveraging their leadership's 100 years of combined credit expertise and their state-of-the-art custom technology, OnCentive helps businesses maximize government incentives and tax credits. OnCentive has helped their clients capture over $2 billion in government incentives & recovery programs, like the Covid-19 Employee Retention Credits, as well as other federal and state incentive credits like the Work Opportunity Tax Credit, Research and Development Tax Credit, Disaster Employee Retention Credit, and many others.