|By Business Wire||
|April 14, 2014 08:08 AM EDT||
USA Mobility, Inc. (Nasdaq: USMO), a leading provider of wireless messaging, mobile voice, data and unified communications software solutions, today announced the appointment of Donna Scott as Senior Vice President of Marketing, effective today.
Scott joins USA Mobility from McKesson Health Solutions, a division of McKesson Technology Solutions, where she was responsible for overall marketing strategy and execution, including product launches, brand awareness, sales education and lead generation campaigns for McKesson’s RelayHealth.
“We are extremely pleased to have Donna join the USA Mobility team,” said Vincent D. Kelly, president and chief executive officer. “She is a seasoned healthcare marketing professional with more than 25 years of marketing, sales, and product management experience in the technology and healthcare industries. Donna brings an ideal blend of marketing skills and industry knowledge to USA Mobility, and we believe she will make a significant contribution to our company-wide sales and marketing efforts going forward. She will be responsible for the Company’s global marketing strategy, most specifically driving revenue and profit growth through product marketing, sales management and promotion, lead-generation programs and brand enhancement.”
Prior to McKesson, Scott was Executive Director, Marketing, at AT&T, Inc., responsible for sales and marketing programs to Healthcare, Government, and Education segments nationwide. Previously, she held senior marketing positions at AT&T’s BellSouth unit prior to BellSouth’s merger with AT&T in 2006, including oversight of website and online capabilities, internet product management, and cross-functional marketing planning and strategy. In addition, she also had product management responsibilities for several business units at BellSouth, including those providing wireless services, managed data, and e-business hosting and applications.
“Donna has achieved a consistent record of success throughout her career,” Kelly added, “and we are confident she will bring the same level of leadership and professionalism to USA Mobility.”
Scott holds a Master of Business Administration degree in Marketing from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from the University of North Carolina. She also received a certificate in Healthcare Leadership from the Harvard School of Public Health. In addition, she is a former Chair of the Patient Engagement Action Group for the Institute for Health Technology Transformation (iHT2), where she authored several patient and physician papers, including “The Top Ten Things You Need to Know about Engaging Patients.”
Scott will report to Colin Balmforth, president of USA Mobility’s operating company, and will be based at the Company’s offices in Eden Prairie, MN.
About USA Mobility
USA Mobility, Inc., headquartered in Springfield, Virginia, is a comprehensive provider of integrated wireless and software communications solutions. As a single-source provider, the Company operates the largest one-way paging and advanced two-way paging networks in the United States, providing wireless connectivity solutions to the healthcare, government, large enterprise and emergency response sectors. It also offers mobile voice and data services through Sprint and T-Mobile, including BlackBerry® smartphones and GPS location applications. In addition, USA Mobility provides mission critical unified communications software solutions nationally and internationally to healthcare, hospitality, education, business, government and public safety organizations, connecting people to each other and the data the need. Software solutions include critical smartphone communications, secure texting, contact center optimization, emergency management and clinical workflow improvement. For further information visit www.usamobility.com and www.amcomsoftware.com.
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