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RF Technologies Names Farzin Khaghani Senior Vice President, Sales, Marketing and IT

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BROOKFIELD, Wis., Feb. 15, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- RF Technologies (RFT) has announced the recent appointment of Farzin Khaghani to the role of Senior Vice President, Sales, Marketing and IT. He joined the company in early January, having most recently served as Area Vice President at Conformis, a medical device company that designs and manufactures custom-made, patient specific knee implants.

"Farzin is a talented executive with a strong track record of aligning teams around the goals of business growth, accountability, and continuous improvement," said Glen Jonas, CEO and owner of RF Technologies. "When we started RF Technologies over thirty years ago, we had one mission: to keep people safe. I am very pleased to have Farzin join us and help lead this mission as we look forward to the years ahead."

"I am proud to join the RFT team," said Khaghani, who adds, "RFT's mission is inspiring and I look forward to working with our core safety and security businesses to protect our children, the elderly, and the staff who work with them."

Khaghani brings 30 years of professional experience in medical device and information technology. He has held senior management positions in marketing, sales, engineering and operations in healthcare and high-tech sectors. Prior to joining RF Technologies, Khaghani served in VP and director roles at Conformis Inc, Johnson and Johnson, Silverback Technologies, and Win Enterprises. He holds a BS in biology and mathematics from Cornell University, an MS in mechanical engineering from Boston University, and an Executive MBA from Suffolk University'sSawyer School of Management.

Khaghani serves as a member of the External Advisory Board for the Graduate School of Biomedical Science and Engineering at the University of Maine and supports various business and community initiatives outside of work.

Founded by Glen Jonas in 1987, RF Technologies is a recognized leader in providing safety and security solutions to the healthcare, senior living, hospitality, and education markets.

About RF Technologies:
RF Technologies is a leading provider of safety and security solutions for the healthcare, hospitality, and education markets, leveraging radio frequency identification (RFID) and real-time locating system (RTLS) technologies. The RF Technologies brand family includes CODE ALERT® call and wander management systems, SAFE PLACE® patient security systems, SENSATEC® fall management products, HELP ALERT® staff duress systems, and EXACTRACK® equipment location systems. With more than 10,000 installations, RFT was the first in the industry to offer remote monitoring, RF consulting, 24/7 technical support by internal staff specialists, and a nationwide service team.

 

SOURCE RF Technologies

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