Co-Founder / Chief Technology Officer (CTO) / Inventor / Entrepreneur
As Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Todd’s role is to lead the adoption of new technologies while driving the future direction of Rock Solid Software (RSS) and its development projects. He is a co-founder of RSS and the “ideas guy”, responsible for the initial creation of WatchMeGoPro™.
Todd started his career with Compusense, Inc., installing and supporting Electronic Health Record (EHR) and Practice Management (PM) solutions in the Ambulatory market space. With the acquisition of Compusense, Inc. by A4 Health Systems, Inc. and a later acquisition of A4 by Allscripts, LLC, he continued to work on multiple EHR and PM offerings as Director of Technology Services and Director of Application Technology, providing leadership in the areas of Development, Innovation, Operations, Sales Engineering and Technology for over 16 years.
Co-Founder / Senior (Lead) Developer
Mark Ryan is Rock Solid Software's Senior (Lead) Developer. Mark manages WatchMeGoPro’s core technology development, product design, technical direction, and user experience. He is also responsible for WatchMeGoPro’s configuration management, software enhancements, and quality assurance. Mark is a co-founder and managing partner.
Most recently, Mark worked for A4 Health Systems, Inc. and Allscripts developing Electronic Health Record (EHR)-based applications. Previously, he developed software solutions for Electronic Data Systems (EDS) and IBM. Mark earned a computer science degree from Texas Tech University.
Co-Founder / Entrepreneur
With over 25 years of experience in the Electronic Health Record (EHR) and Practice Management (PM) sector, David acts as a Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Rock Solid Software. In addition to focusing on other entrepreneurial projects, he campaigns to promote Rock Solid Software, LLC and its flagship product offering, WatchMeGoPro.
David has held executive leadership positions at successful private and public companies including Medic Computer Systems, Inc., A4 Health Systems, Inc., Allscripts, LLC and Navicure, Inc. As Chief Operating Officer of A4, he helped to drive its sale to Allscripts, LLC in 2006 for approximately $312 million, after which he was named as a divisional President. As Chief Operating Officer of Medic, he was instrumental in the sale of Medic Computer Systems, Inc. to Misys, PLC in 1997 for approximately $900 million.