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ISG taps new president and COO

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Medical imaging software developer ISG Technologies has named Max Rutherford president and COO of the Mississauga, Ontario, company. Rutherford fills a position once held by Thomas Cafarella, the former ISG executive who participated in a takeover bid

Medical imaging software developer ISG Technologies has named Max Rutherford president and COO of the Mississauga, Ontario, company. Rutherford fills a position once held by Thomas Cafarella, the former ISG executive who participated in a takeover bid for ISG after he was released from the company last year (SCAN 1/8/97).

Rutherford comes to ISG from CAE Electronics, a flight-simulator company, where his last two posts were vice president of business development and vice president of engineering. ISG got its start as a flight-simulator developer before shifting to medical imaging.

Rutherford will be responsible for ISG's business units and operations groups. He will report to Dr. Michael Greenberg, who remains ISG's chairman and CEO.

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