Tom White, the founder and CEO of PHYND Technologies, has 20 years of start-up experience. PHYND is a new and innovative healthcare software platform enabling hospitals to better manage provider data within their IT environment (www.phynd.com). Prior to PHYND, Mr. White co-founded and sold two software companies.

Started in 2001, Vocada, Inc was the creator of Critical Test Result Management (CTRM) in the health care market. Mr. White co-founded the business and managed all aspects of business development, marketing, lead generation and sales. Vocada was purchased by the healthcare division of Nuance Communications (NASDAQ: NUAN) in November 2007. Mr. White was the general manager of the Vocada business for five years at Nuance post-acquisition until October, 2012.

Started in 1993, Carthage, Inc. was the creator of the first real-time news service launched on the web in partnership with Ziff-Davis. Carthage sold digital real-time news subscriptions to Fortune 500 companies, capturing 185 of the 500. Mr. White co-founded the business and managed business development, marketing, lead generation and sales. Carthage was purchased by WAVO Corporation (NASDAQ: WAVO) in 1997. Mr. White stayed on until 2000.

Tom is an advocate for entrepreneurship. He has spoken to the Nebraska Senate (Phynd’s company headquarters) on improving and extending incentives for start-up companies in Nebraska. He has participated on panels (Passport Nebraska) promoting entrepreneurship to other states and businesses as a guest of the governor of Nebraska.

Tom has an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management (1993). He also holds a BA from Austin College (1989). Tom lives in Dallas with his wife and 3 kids. He is a fan of golf, running, tennis and live music.