Ontario Systems Names President

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Muncie-based Ontario Systems LLC has selected Jason Harrington as president. Harrington, who previously served as senior vice president and chief revenue officer for the company, succeeds co-founder Ron Fauquher, who will continue in his role as chief executive officer.

Ontario Systems, which provides revenue recovery software to the healthcare revenue cycle management, accounts receivable management, and government markets, says the shift in leadership "reflects a natural evolution." The company says its number of customers has seen significant growth over the past year following its acquisition of Washington-based Columbia Ultimate Business Systems, as well as an expansion in its products and services.

"In the life of every company, one of the roles of the leadership team is to prepare for the future and implement formal succession plans for key roles in the organization," Fauquher said in a news release. "Jason brings to his new position 22 years’ experience in sales, marketing, technical support, software operations, contact management, and finance in a variety of positions in and outside of Ontario Systems. We are delighted that he will take on new responsibility leading all of our sales, marketing and operational activities as our company continues to grow and thrive."

The company says its operations and marketing leaders will report to Harrington in his new role. Harrington will continue to report to Fauquher. 

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