Professional brings more than 25 years technology sales experience to the company
HENDERSON, Nev. – Henderson, Nevada-based Quertle LLC has named Boston-based Sam Vukelich chief sales officer. Vukelich brings to the company more than 25 years of technology sales experience in the Boston area.
“Sam’s experience in the field will be an integral factor in Quertle’s evolution in its sales program,” said Jeff Saffer, Quertle president and CEO. “His success at both start-up and established ventures gives him the insight needed to propel a company that has the qualities of both.”
Previously, Vukelich served as vice president of mHealth for SourceRaven, a full-service mobile engagement agency that provides technology solutions for a diverse group of industries. Prior to that, he owned and managed a successful Boston-based medical education corporation, PLEXUS Learning Designs, Inc., for 18 years before it was acquired in 2013. He also sits on an advisory board of a Rhode Island technology company. He holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the Canada-based McMaster University.
“As soon as [founders] Jeff and Vicki asked me to join the team, I knew it was a good fit,” Vukelich said. “Quertle is an exceptional company with great management, company culture and an elegant suite of products, well ahead of the curve.”
Quertle was established in 2008 by longtime biomedical researchers Jeffrey Saffer, Ph.D., and Vicki Burnett, Ph.D., and is best known for its award-winning biomedical search engine, Quetzal® Search and Communication. As the world’s only quantum logic search engine – and with its broad content coverage including full-text articles, patents, NIH grants, and more – Quetzal helps minimize the risk of missing critical documents, providing an important resource for companies, university researchers, and physicians. Quetzal boasts an extensive client list, which includes users at the top pharmas, research institutions, universities and biomedical organizations. In 2011, Quertle earned the National Library of Medicine Innovation Challenge Award.