Ian Maynard

CEO and Co-Founder

  • Mississauga, ON CANADA

Ian Maynard is a 25-year veteran of the Canadian healthcare and IT markets, primarily in the area of radiology systems solutions (PACS, tele-radiology) and healthcare systems. He is the CEO and Co-Founder of RealTime Medical.

With extensive experience in customer-focused solution platforms, sales and operations, Ian has held positions of national responsibility at GE Healthcare Canada and as Vice-President and subsequently Senior Vice-President of Marketing, Sales and Development for a small Canadian healthcare software company.

He began his focus in the Canadian healthcare sector as a 9-year foundational member of GE Canada’s Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS) business unit, helping to establish the early business unit which grew from a three person, $1 million per year unit in orders and sales, to a fifty person, $80 million per year operation in combined orders and sales. This included personal combined orders and sales of $24 million. Twice awarded GE’s All Star Award, Ian was also the recipient of GE Healthcare IT’s global Austin Martin Award. He has a well established reputation for responding to customer requirements and delivering on his commitments.

Ian Maynard

CEO and Co-Founder

Mississauga, ON CANADA

Ian Maynard is a 25-year veteran of the Canadian healthcare and IT markets, primarily in the area of radiology systems solutions (PACS, tele-radiology) and healthcare systems. He is the CEO and Co-Founder of RealTime Medical.

With extensive experience in customer-focused solution platforms, sales and operations, Ian has held positions of national responsibility at GE Healthcare Canada and as Vice-President and subsequently Senior Vice-President of Marketing, Sales and Development for a small Canadian healthcare software company.

He began his focus in the Canadian healthcare sector as a 9-year foundational member of GE Canada’s Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS) business unit, helping to establish the early business unit which grew from a three person, $1 million per year unit in orders and sales, to a fifty person, $80 million per year operation in combined orders and sales. This included personal combined orders and sales of $24 million. Twice awarded GE’s All Star Award, Ian was also the recipient of GE Healthcare IT’s global Austin Martin Award. He has a well established reputation for responding to customer requirements and delivering on his commitments.

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