The CCCBI’s 2019 Executive of the Year Award will be presented to Berwyn resident Ashley McEvoy, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Chairman, Medical Devices, Johnson & Johnson. The award honors an executive who is successful and is a civic leader, one who has made an important impact in the business and/or community.
At Johnson & Johnson, McEvoy leads the surgery, orthopedics, interventional solutions, and eye health businesses, which touch the lives of millions of people worldwide and generate approximately $27 billion in revenue.
“Ashley McEvoy is a global leader in the healthcare industry, and she is a true leader in expanding opportunities and creating a team environment so that each employee can reach her or his potential,” said Guy Ciarrocchi, the CCCBI’s President and CEO.
The used-car retailer based in South Jersey has paid $9.9 million for 305 West Lincoln Highway in Exton, according to a report in The Philadelphia Business Journal. The property, sold by Otto’s BMW, features a 33,000-square-foot building on 7.3 acres.
The acquisition is Auto Lenders’ first in Pennsylvania. The company now has six locations and is seeking new sites throughout the tri-state region as it continues to grow.
The Cloud Strategy Company based in Wayne has acquired Jog.ai, a speech analytics and natural language technology firm based in Austin, Texas. The strategic purchase enhances the company’s award-winning cloud communications services with intellectual property that helps users remember, retrieve, and record everything that happens on a phone call.
The acquisition will open new markets for Evolve IP as well as bolster the company’s offerings for businesses in verticals such as Healthcare, Finance, and Legal. The technology is ideally suited for contact centers, sales professionals, executives, and businesses that have compliance requirements or transcription needs.
“We are extremely pleased to add Jog.ai to Evolve IP’s product portfolio; it is a premier natural language application that truly delivers great results,” said Scott Kinka, Chief Technology Officer and Founding Partner of Evolve IP. “The technology, designed by co-founders Sam Gaddis and Ed Ireson, is incredibly useful and user-friendly, and we expect that we will see rapid adoption and significant market interest in the application.”