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March 23, 2022 BIZ PEOPLE 

Slate Pages appoints new company CEO 

Photo | Contributed Jeremy Jacob

A West Haven company, Slate Pages, recently appointed Jeremy Jacob to serve as its CEO.

Jacob, who is one of the company’s founders, has several years of experience in management, and software and app development.

The company has an app used for tracking assets across various industries, such as property management, construction and manufacturing.

Jacob has taught mobile development at his alma mater, Florida Atlantic University, where he earned degrees in computer science and computer engineering. He has built consumer apps of his own, and spent years training corporate software teams on mobile app development. According to the company, he has more than two decades of experience bringing software solutions to market.

“I am excited and honored to lead Slate Pages,” Jacob said. “The team has done a fantastic job at building a quality product that customers love, and I look forward to guiding our efforts in bringing that joy and value to greater markets.”

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TransAct Technologies names new chief revenue officer

TransAct Technologies Inc., a Hamden-based company, has named Gaurav Bahri as its chief revenue officer for the food service and technology market.

The appointment was effective March 21.

Bahri has a background in software sales, and he joins TransAct from Workday, where he worked as that company’s regional sales director. Previously, he was group vice president at 
Oracle America, where he managed teams of up to 150 sales representatives. 

TransAct develops software-driven technology and printing solutions for various markets, including restaurants, casino and gaming, lottery, mobile, and oil and gas. Its BOHA! Back-of-House Automation Ecosystem includes hardware and software for food-service businesses such as restaurants and convenience stores. BOHA! helps with various tasks, from managing inventory to printing food safety labels and calling up recipes.

Bart Shuldman, Chairman and CEO of TransAct, said of Bahri, “I have no doubt he will provide invaluable support to our BOHA! marketing and sales efforts.” 

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VA Connecticut Director elected to ACHE Council of Regents

VA Connecticut Healthcare System Director Alfred A. Montoya Jr., has been elected to the American College of Healthcare Executives Council of Regents. 

This is the legislative body of the ACHE. It serves as the link between ACHE and members by approving governance and membership regulations. The council also promotes ACHE programs, services and activities.

Montoya will take office on the council on March 26. As a regent, Montoya will represent the Department of Veterans Affairs in ACHE’s membership.

Montoya, a U.S. Air Force veteran, has been director of the VA Connecticut Healthcare System since October 2019. The VA Connecticut Healthcare System has medical centers in West Haven and Newington. It serves veterans in Connecticut and southern New England at 10 locations statewide with an operating budget of $738 million.

The ACHE is an international professional society of more than 48,000 healthcare executives.

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