Roundtable Analytics Inc. Adds CTO to Executive Team

Roundtable Analytics Inc., an AI/ML software company focused on improving the operational and financial performance of Emergency Departments (EDs), expanded its executive team with the recent appointment of Dennis Faust as chief technology officer.

Dennis brings over 30 years of experience in leading the development of major cloud-based platforms and enterprise software products. Among other achievements prior to joining Roundtable Analytics, Dennis served as either the CTO or VP of engineering for several companies, including WorkingPoint, a competitor of QuickBooks, and for DigiCash, the first cryptocurrency.

“Dennis has been a technical advisor to Roundtable since our inception,” said Tate Holt, co-founder and CEO of Roundtable Analytics, “and we’re delighted to have him on board full time to lead our development efforts and build our engineering team.”

Dennis enjoys beekeeping, crabbing, fishing and other outdoor activities with his large family on the Puget Sound and holds a B.S. from Florida State University.

About Roundtable Analytics Inc.

Roundtable Analytics Inc. delivers AI/ML-based data analytics that optimize the performance of client Emergency Departments. Securely leveraging each ED’s unique data resources, Roundtable Analytics’ predictive analytics help eliminate the risks of suboptimal patient care and financial losses.

Funded by a combination of National Science Foundation grants and private equity, Roundtable Analytics launched its simulation and analytics services commercially in 2016.

Contact:

Tate Holt
CEO
1.415.717.6941
​www.roundtableanalytics.com

Source: Roundtable Analytics Inc.

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Leveraging predictive analytics to improve the operational and financial performance of hospital Emergency Departments -- from the waiting room, through the ED, and into the hospital.