Auditdata strengthens management and makes headway in product innovation
Auditdata, a global leader in software for private and public hearing clinics, has recently reinforced its management team further with the recruitment of Andreas Vad Chawes as its new CTO. The appointment follows a number of other senior recruitments last year including Kurt Bager who stepped in as new CEO as well as Christoffer Spangenberg who began in a newly established Chief Commercial Officer.
Andreas Vad Chawes has a proven track record from many years of experience optimizing software development efforts in companies such as KMD, Formpipe, Netcompany and Simcorp. In Auditdata, he will work closely together with Auditdata’s Chief Product Officer, Henrik Leerberg, and play a key role in enhancing the company’s software core software offering.
Commenting on the most recent appointment, Kurt Bager, CEO in Auditdata, explains: “With the recruitment of Andreas, we now have a complete and very strong enterprise software leadership team that can take us to the next level. Human capital is a crucial pre-requisite to execute on new go-to-market strategy and I look forward to working with the entire team.”
AuditdataOne – the future of hearing care
Auditdata has been in business for 27 years providing software to hearing clinics. In 2019, however, a significant transformation was launched aimed at redefining the company’s product value propositions and the way it delivers solutions to clients.
Auditdata recently unveiled a new bundled software solution named AuditdataOne that lets retail audiology customers release the power of their data. As the only solution on the market, AuditdataOne integrates data captured from audiometric testing and fitting processes with the practice management software making data available through closer integration allows for advanced business intelligence and correlated analytics. The result is an unprecedented solution, empowering customers to increase sales, generate new leads, improve efficiency and treatment quality and, ultimately, help people with hearing loss.
“New technologies in hearing healthcare offer the opportunity to query and correlate unprecedented levels of data. Remote fitting, computer-aided rehabilitation strategies and patient feedback systems all provide new levels of data. The best way to embrace this change is to be in a position where you can leverage data to your advantage and this is what AuditdataOne is all about” says Kurt Bager.
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