CliniComp International, a provider of clinical documentation systems, has appointed James Kesaris as chief financial officer (CFO) and chief operating officer (COO). Kesaris brings more than 20 years of high level, multi-industry financial and strategic leadership, and expertise to CliniComp’s senior management team. He will report to chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) Chris Haudenschild.
Kesaris has held senior management positions in the financial services, marketing and distribution of branded consumer products, aerospace manufacturing, and professional sports and entertainment industries. He will oversee CliniComp’s financial, operating, marketing and sales functions.
Most recently, Kesaris was a business development and investor relations associate with SCMS Capital, which offers investment banking and advisory services. Previously, he held the positions of senior vice president and CFO at USE Credit Union, executive vice president of operations at Peninsula Holdings Group, and CFO at Tatum Partners.
Kesaris earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and a MBA from the University of Illinois. He earned his certified public accountant (CPA) license during his tenure with Arthur Young & Co in Chicago.
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