Custom Data Processing, Inc. Staff Promotions

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FRANKFORT, Ky. - Amzeal -- Custom Data Processing, Inc. (CDP), an Illinois company, with a data center and office in Frankfort, Kentucky has announced staff promotions effective immediately.

"As our company continues to grow, we need to position our leadership for the challenges of the new decade," said Chief Executive Officer, Stan Cochran. The following individuals have been promoted to the listed positions as a result of this reorganization effort.

·         Scott Pralle, Vice President, Business Development

·         Johnny Sena, Vice President, Product Development

·         Amy Duncan, Vice President, Portfolio Management and Delivery

·         Dan Marston, Assistant Vice President, Administration and Facility Operations

According to Cochran, "We want our clients and our staff to know CDP is planning and shaping our company for the future. These changes recognize the strong contributions of these individuals in the success and growth of CDP."

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About CDP

Custom Data Processing, Inc. (CDP) has been providing electronic health solutions to federal, state and local health organizations since 1979. CDP's highly agile, custom, software solutions, built around core system components, are continuously enhanced based on industry trends and client feedback. These solutions have been implemented in more than a thousand locations throughout the United States. CDP has three separate offerings for WIC programs, including management information solutions (MIS), electronic benefits processing (WIC Direct) and a data warehouse tool (Data Direct). Additional offerings include an environmental health application, electronic health records, and networking services. For more information about CDP, visit www.cdpehs.com.

Follow CDP on Twitter (@CDPEHS (https://twitter.com/CDPEHS)).

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