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Persistent Technology, Inc. Hires Adam Whittiker as Its New Technical Lead/Solutions Architect

Silver Spring, MARYLAND (August 31,2020) — Persistent Technology Inc., a fully remote SDVOSB company, hired Adam Whittiker on July 13, 2020 as its new Technical Lead/Solutions Architect. Whittiker will primarily be responsible for managing the development and testing for ongoing needs of the SCIP project.

Adam Whittiker graduated from University of Texas at Tyler with a Bachelor’s in Computer Science. He has over 15 years of progressive experience in IT/software development.

Whittiker also has a proven track record of success in the development of IT Solutions, which will be invaluable in meeting the company’s goals and objectives.

About his previous imaging-centric experience, Whittiker says, “I was heavily involved in development and testing of my previous company’s DICOM-related modules, worked a fair bit with a client company in integrating HL7, CDA, and FHIR with their Vista system via RPC call.”

When it comes to healthcare, he has experience in a variety of areas, including everything from little HL7 -> HL7 interfaces to medical device integration.

Persistent Technology, Inc. is excited to welcome Adam Whittiker to the team and looks forward to his contributions to the SCIP project and beyond. Persistent Technology Inc. was founded by Alcides Santana in 2018 as a way to continue serving his country after being honorably discharged from the military.

The Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) is an IT company that possesses expertise in providing solutions for customers in a variety of areas. It solves problems related to military and veterans’ health, among others. Persistent Technology is committed to ensuring that its customers accomplish their mission most effectively and efficiently as possible.

If you would like to join the PTI team, take a look at our careers page for any current openings. And if you’re a customer looking to work with PTI, please contact us here.

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