Keycentrix, a leader in pharmacy management software and technology, is welcoming a new executive. Binny John, is joining the company as vice president of software development, effective immediately.
John has a 25-year background in technology leadership and software development, with more than 19 years at McKesson, leading major projects for the company’s pharmacy product portfolio.
John will further strengthen the Keycentrix leadership team, contributing his proven ability for developing and delivering software solutions for pharmacy workflow and management. John brings to the role his passion for inspiring, building, and leading world-class engineering teams, as well as deep technical knowledge in building connected technology solutions for the highly regulated healthcare and pharmacy industries, the company said.
“We’re excited to add Binny’s experience to our team. His reputation of performance will be of value as we continue to deliver innovative solutions to our customer base,” said Luis Rodriguez, president of Keycentrix.
Rodriguez added, “We are focused on delivering the software and technology our customers need to run their pharmacies better. That can mean different things for specialty pharmacy as well as independent, mail-order, direct-to-consumer, and retail, so our system has to meet them where they are and help enhance their processes as they change and grow.”
At Keycentrix, John will be responsible for the continued development and optimization of the company’s pharmacy software and technology solutions, including Newleaf pharmacy management software, Sendkey patient engagement platform, and Flextrax point-of-sale system. He also will play a key role in managing the company’s technology roadmap during a time of growth.
“I’m excited to join Keycentrix during such an exciting moment in the company’s trajectory,” said John. “The pharmacy industry continues to evolve, so its technology must evolve with it. We believe we can come alongside our customers to provide them with industry-forward solutions that further enable their operations while they do the important work of serving patient needs.”