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Gillon Joins SunTech Medical.

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. -- SunTech Medical, Inc., a medical device manufacturer of non-invasive blood pressure monitoring products and technology, announces the addition of Dana Gillon as IT Manager. Most recently, Mr. Gillon was the Vice President of IT for Southern Assisted Living, Inc. in Chapel Hill, NC.

As IT Manager, Mr. Gillon's goals at SunTech will be to continue to support company growth and drive IT initiatives that align with the business objectives of the company.

"Dana's formal training and skills in the IT field coupled with his ability to think strategically will help provide the company with the systems and tools needed to meet the fast changing requirements of modern business and achieve SunTech's goals. We are very happy to have him as a leader of our excellent IT team," states Geoff Bolton, VP of Finance for SunTech Medical.

Mr. Gillon brings a diverse background of experience to the IT team at SunTech Medical, Inc. including managerial experience from consulting services, software development, and high technology sectors. He earned his M.S. in Engineering from North Carolina State University. Dana specializes in the design and implementation of cost-effective and secure information systems, process automation, and project management.

"SunTech offers the ability to expand my career into the high-growth medical device industry," states Dana, adding "I look forward to working with each department at SunTech to leverage IT in a way that will not only enhance existing operations but facilitate growth into new product lines and markets."

About SunTech Medical, Inc.

SunTech Medical, located in Morrisville, N.C., is the world leader in motion-tolerant non-invasive blood pressure monitoring products and technology. SunTech's product lines include 24-hour ambulatory BP monitoring devices, BP monitors for stress testing systems, and BP cuffs. The company supplies OEM BP technology to many of the world's leading monitor and defibulator companies.
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