Navenio, a provider of real-time location services for hospitals and health systems, has strengthened its senior team with the appointment of a new CFO and VP of engineering.

Paul Hart, who has previously held CFO roles at Xcede Group, Roc Technologies, as well as European CFO at Microsoft, has joined the firm.

With over 25 years of experience working with companies in a variety of business sectors, Hart brings a record of aligning financial strategies to global business requirements and achieving maximum operational impact. 

Sven Albrecht joins as vice president of engineering to lead the company’s development of its innovative indoor location technology. 

Albrecht has managed engineering and AI research groups at London-based scaleup Tractable AI and also developed cloud-based machine learning systems for the pharmaceutical and energy sectors at Palantir Technologies. 

Albrecht holds a PhD in quantum physics and has contributed to Microsoft’s quantum computing program.

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Tanya Verma also joins as a regional sales manager. Alongside her experience in sales at Radar Healthcare, she also has first-hand experience in healthcare with a previous role as a midwife at Kettering General Hospital.

“It’s a pleasure to welcome Paul, Sven, and Tanya to the Navenio team,” said CEO Connie Moser (pictured). 

“Their extensive backgrounds and skills will greatly enhance our ability to improve efficiency and serve the healthcare industry. In 2024, we’re extending our team and expanding the reach and deployment of our real-time location service across the UK and US territories. 

“Our focus with this expansion is our continued effort to get nurses and healthcare professionals back to the bedside with our intelligent workforce solutions.”

Hart added: “Navenio is a fantastic company to be working with, and I’m excited to be part of its continued expansion. With its unique technology and dedicated team, we’re well-positioned to make a real impact in improving healthcare delivery around the globe.”

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