About Todd Davis

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Todd Davis, Vice President of IT – ReviewStat Services for UniMed Direct, is responsible for the continued development the industry-leading ReviewStat system. Leading a team of like-minded professionals, Todd works to review and improve ReviewStat’s full-featured and robust system to make it even more efficient and easy to use. Todd’s focus is squarely on developing and maintaining a stable, scalable, and customizable product for end users.

Todd’s career has spanned the evolution of computing, helping organizations move from paper-based functions to digitized environments; building systems and programs focused on integration and user-experience; and helping organizations achieve efficiencies through process improvements and application virtualization.

Spending his early career as a Senior Software Engineer dealing with legal publishing systems and law firm management software, Todd was instrumental in introducing object oriented program processes and EDI to the legal services landscape.

Todd operated as chief architect in the creation of tech-based solutions for a variety of innovative organizations, most notably as a contractor for Microsoft. He has succeeded in roles as developer, solution architect, and team leader.

After the dot-com crash of 2001, Todd moved into the area of business analysis, software consulting and custom software development. With his sights set on improving software development and business processes, Todd created customized solutions that helped organizations operate more efficiently, effectively, and ultimately more profitably.

Looking for a new challenge, Todd relocated to Austin, Texas to take up his post at UniMed Direct. Drawing on his past experiences, Todd puts his skills to the test every day maintaining the encryption, security and stability of ReviewStat, while continually updating the system with features that make the interface faster, more scalable, and easier to both use and customize.

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