In January, renowned managers of production and medicine IT joined the staff of BRASTER S.A., the owner of a unique technology for in-home breast examination. Przemysław Reinert will be in charge of launching production at the Company, while Inga Hryniewiecka will work on developing the telemedicine project. Within the next several weeks, the Company will also bring on a top quality specialist as the head of the IT implementation. The employment of these highly qualified people is part of BRASTER’s strategy for placing the TESTER device on the market in the second half of 2016.
Przemysław Reinert is an expert in building factories and managing large pharmacy, cosmetology and optoelectronics projects. He has supervised the construction of several factories, as well as the launch of research laboratories in Poland and China. On top of that, he has coordinated production and logistics in numerous European countries. He came to BRASTER from Avon, where he was the head of regional supply chain operations. Przemysław Reinert also previously worked for Thomson, where for many years he both coordinated research and development investments, and also supervised the quality assessment processes in China. At BRASTER, he is in charge of TESTER R&D and market implementation.
Inga Hryniewiecka has over ten years of experience in both medicine and IT. She’s incredibly competent at the implementation of integrated management systems for medical services, as well as the design and management of medical IT systems. She defined business and medical processes at Medicover and Luxmed. At BRASTER, she is in charge of the telemedicine project which, in line with the company’s strategy, will be the main catalyst for profit.
"The addition of Przemysław Reinert and Inga Hryniewiecka to our Company is yet another step that brings us closer to launching the product in the second half of 2016. Their vast experience will be invaluable in our key projects. The reinforcement of our BRASTER team with such excellent managers also demonstrates their trust and belief in the success of our project.” – says Marcin Halicki, the President of the Board of BRASTER S.A. – “We expect one more top quality specialist to join our team next month. He will be responsible for implementation of the IT system and coordination of the ICT system.”
These new additions to the Company’s staff is yet another step towards implementing the company’s strategy. Additionally in January, BRASTER intensified cooperation with the Warsaw University of Technology. The Company worked with the University on the system for automatic interpretation of thermographic examinations from the TESTER device.