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Concerro Purchases RES-Q

February 2, 2010
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San Diego-based Concerro, Inc., a Software-as-a-Service company, has acquired RES-Q Healthcare Systems (Calabasas, Calif.), a provider of staff/nurse scheduling software.

RES-Q President Michael Meisel will join Concerro’s executive management team as vice president of product management and marketing, says the company. Concerro will continue to support RES-Q’s product suite of resource management and scheduling software, which includes applications for personnel management, enterprise-wide employee scheduling and staffing, surgery department management and case scheduling, patient acuity classification and productivity management and reporting.

All RES-Q employees and its office will be retained, it says.



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