ATLANTA, Aug. 11, 2009 –The Technology Executives Roundtable (TER), an association that consists of more than 100 CEOs, CFOs and general managers in Georgia’s technology community, today announced that Eric Christ, president of Patient Placement Systems, and Jim Morgan, chief financial officer at nuBridges, have been appointed to the organization’s Board of Directors.
“For nearly 20 years, TER has provided Atlanta’s technology executives with a thought provoking environment for members to converse and debate with other technology professionals about complex issues,” said Price Harding, president of TER and founding partner of CarterBaldwin. “As TER expands, we regularly add premier technology executives to our board and Christ and Morgan are valuable additions to our leadership team.”
Christ and Morgan will be recognized as new board members at the Aug. 18 meeting, which is a wine tasting and fireside chat with Peter J. Kight, vice chairman of Fiserv, founder of CheckFree Corp. and owner of Quivira Vineyards. The invitation-only event will be held at the City Club of Buckhead on Tuesday, Aug. 18 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Atlanta technology executives seeking to qualify to attend the event should visit www.ter-atlanta.com.
Christ’s 19-year career includes general management, marketing, and product management positions with leading information technology companies. Currently, Christ is the president of Patient Placement Systems, a subsidiary of Jackson Healthcare, with responsibilities for all operations of the company. Before joining Patient Placement Systems, he served as vice president of marketing and product development at McKesson Corp. Additionally, Christ was senior director of portal solutions at Harbinger Corp.
As CFO for nuBridges, Morgan oversees all aspects of finance and administration for the provider of secure eBusiness solutions. Before nuBridges, he was senior director of finance and administration at CMI Marketing. Before CMI, Morgan worked at Goldman, Sachs and Co. in the Fixed Income Division.
“Christ and Morgan are proven technology executives with deep knowledge of Georgia’s technology community and their respective industries,” said Harding. “Their addition to our board only strengthens TER’s role as the leading executive technology forum in Georgia.”
About Technology Executives Roundtable (TER)
Technology Executives Roundtable (TER) is an association for Georgia technology executives that provides CEOs, CFOs and general managers with the ability to maximize the value of companies through the exchange of top ideas, candid talk and a forum to share what is working, what is not and best practices to unlock business value. Monthly meetings feature speakers and panels of local and national experts covering topics such as strategic alliances, crisis management, non-conventional financing, M&A, intellectual property protection and other issues of interest to senior executives on company growth. For more information, visit www.ter-atlanta.com.