The AppCatalyst team represents a fusion of talents: healthcare operations consulting, clinical software development, project management and customer service.
We are a virtual workforce with “offices” in Colorado, Arizona, California and Iowa.
Lead Software Developer/Owner
VP, Client Services/Owner
QA & Customer Service Manager
Director Business Development
Erik is a full-stack web and iOS developer with a passion for designing highly-usable applications and programming interfaces. He is focused on the design and development of modular software and is enthusiastic about modern application architectures. Erik follows the open source development community closely and loves to contribute code, documentation and guidance whenever he can.
When he is not designing, developing or documenting applications, Erik enjoys:
Cheryl is our client’s main point of contact for our Surgery Partner product. She manages several aspects of our content and the QA process. For the 10 years prior to joining AppCatalyst, Cheryl was responsible for clinical content management, training and documentation. She worked closely with nearly 100 healthcare clients, optimizing their use of the software. She was also a key player in software development projects.
Outside of work, Cheryl enjoys:
Tony has been working with healthcare clients for 20 years, helping them craft digital strategies to engage prospective customers and re-connect with current ones. He is excited to share all the new solutions from AppCatalyst with healthcare clients across the Southeast from his base in North Carolina.
In his spare time, Tony can be found:
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Once an app idea starts to move forward, Hannah’s role begins. She is the main point of contact throughout implementation and maintenance. Hannah works alongside our clients from initial scoping through successful app launch, ensuring all details are addressed. Hannah is certified in project management (PMP), which lends to a successful and positive client experience from the beginning.
Some interesting facts about Hannah include, she:
Joseph heads up our technical team. He started working in healthcare technology as a way to put himself through college in the late 1990’s. He understands where new technologies are going and uses that knowledge to further our clients’ goals. He has a passion for understanding and solving problems. He can bring business needs together with technology solutions and communicate those effectively.
Outside of work, Joseph:
Ben first joined the team to help out with iPhone app programming. Since then, he has migrated to work more on the server side of the applications, using his knowledge of C# and TSQL. Ben enjoys the new and interesting challenges this brings. He loves to think about solutions to problems that may arise.
When he’s not in front of a computer, Ben enjoys:
Chris works primarily as an Android developer, but also manages our Google Analytics design and assists in software test design. His professional interests lie primarily in distributed systems, but he‘s eager to explore every mode of software development he comes across. Thus, Chris wishes there were five copies of him to engage all of them.
When not working, Chris enjoys:
Taylor is a software developer, primarily developing and maintaining our iOS applications. He gets involved with designing and implementing new features for client applications, as well as for our own company’s software tools. An important aspect of Taylor’s job is actively researching new technologies in order to stay current with best practices.
When he’s not working, Taylor enjoys:
Sue is often the first point of contact for AppCatalyst. She has worked as a healthcare consultant since the late 1990’s and has a natural bent for shaping ideas into solutions. To complement those skills, Sue is certified in User Experience (UX) and, at times, leads usability testing with the audiences of our projects. She gets involved with content: making it consistent, transforming it into plain-language and working on localizations for international projects.
She balances work with anything outdoors: