TigerConnect Appoints Sarah Shillington as SVP of Client Success

TigerConnect has announced Sara Shillington has joined the company and has been appointed Senior Vice President of Client Success.

Sarah Shillington has over 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry overseeing client success at large, global enterprises. She joins the company from Leidos Health where she was led the company’s consulting advisory services and strategic partnerships. Before joining Leidos Health, Sarah Shillington had a 19-year career at McKeeson, where she ran the customer education program, account management, and clinical consulting teams, helping the company’s clients maximize success from an extensive range of products. Sarah Shillington has also worked at the University of Wisconsin and Humboldt State University as a health educator and holds a bachelor’s degree in Education Administration and Health from North Central College and a master’s degree from Northwest Missouri State University.

Healthcare organizations have unique problems when it comes to communication, and solving those problems requires complex solutions. TigerConnect has developed innovative communication and collaboration solutions for the healthcare industry, which have been adopted by more than 5,000 healthcare customers.

The company’s text messaging solution can be set up and used by healthcare professionals in a matter of minutes, but typically clients need help to maximize success.

Sarah Shilington’s role will be to serve as the collective voice of TigerConnect customers and has been given the responsibility of managing the TigerConnect teams responsible for onboarding new customers and helping them implement the full range of TigerConnect solutions and get the best possible return on their investment.

“It’s exciting to join TigerConnect at a time when so many healthcare organizations are transforming the way they deliver care,” said Shillington. “I look forward to shaping the future of healthcare along with TigerConnect’s passionate customer base and talented employees.”

Author: Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson is the Editor-in-Chief of NetSec.news