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ComCom Systems, Inc., a leading provider of OCR Software and Services for the healthcare industry, announced today that Larry Sullivan has joined the company as President and Chief Executive Officer. Sullivan brings to the company a proven track record in growing software as a service and other transaction oriented businesses.

 ComCom is the third company that Sullivan has served as an executive. Most recently, he was the Executive Vice President of Sales for Truist, a Washington DC based software as a service and financial transaction processing business. Sullivan contributed to strong top and bottom line growth, propelling the company through the start-up phase and into profitability. Before that, he worked on the strategy team at Gilt Groupe setting up 2010 as a year that Gilt would grow 600% and hit $500M in revenue after only 3 years in business.

In his new role as President and CEO of ComCom Systems, Sullivan will lead overall market strategy as the company continues to develop proprietary data management solutions inside and outside the healthcare industry.

“Larry’s experience and success in developing and executing growth-oriented strategies is exactly what ComCom needs at this time” said Pat O’Neill, Chairman of ComCom Systems and CEO of the NSI Group. “We anticipate that his direction and vision will further secure ComCom as an innovator in the data management solutions industry.”

“I am excited to lead a team that has worked so hard to establish themselves as market leaders in the OCR software industry. With healthcare reform upon us and with so much focus on using data to work smarter, ComCom is well positioned to deepen our relationship with existing clients, and introduce new services to the market which will help us all run more sustainable businesses,” said Sullivan.

ComCom System’s former CEO, Chris Benham will remain as CEO for one of NSI Group’s portfolio companies. “I am very pleased that Chris will still be in the NSI family and it is an honor to take over this great company that Chris has built,” said Sullivan.