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Wayne Washburn to Lead Software Development at VCS

Experienced SaaS Software Development Executive to Lead Product Development Strategy at Healthcare Compliance and Credentialing Software Provider

HOUSTON, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 05/27/14 -- VCS, a leading provider of Software as a Service (SaaS) based healthcare compliance and credentialing solutions, today announced Wayne Washburn as the company's Vice President of Software Development. Washburn, a 30-year IT veteran, will define and lead the product development strategy for VCS's growing portfolio of healthcare compliance and credentialing SaaS solutions.

"Wayne has led many software development teams to produce award-winning SaaS software products across a wide range of industries, from systems management to tax technology," said Rick Pleczko, President and CEO of VCS. "His range of software experience and years of executive leadership will be instrumental in expanding and enriching our leading portfolio of healthcare compliance products."

"VCS has a strong foundation and large customer base to build on as we expand our product offerings to reach additional users and solve their pressing compliance problems," said Washburn. "It's an exciting time at VCS where momentous growth is on the horizon; I'm pleased to be part of this talented team."

Washburn most recently led software development teams at Systems and Application Management software providers CopperEgg and Idera. Previously, he served as Chief Operating Officer at a leading IT services firm. For more than 10 years prior, he held senior executive positions in the challenging tax technology industry. Washburn has experience across a wide range of platforms including Windows, Java, Linux and OSX. He also served on the Customer Advisory Board for Microsoft Project, a leading project management solution.

Today, VCS also announced the appointments of Rick Pleczko as President and CEO and Kesha Boykin-Mclean as Chief Compliance Officer, as well as two new VCS healthcare compliance solutions. To read these announcements, please visit https://vcsdatabase.com/news/

About VCS
Founded in 2006, VCS is an industry leader in compliance and credentialing Software as a Service solutions that help healthcare organizations mitigate risk and ensure compliance. For more information or to contact VCS, visit www.vcsdatabase.com or (866) 373-9725.

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