Nordis Technologies named Manjinder Singh as its new chief information officer on Wednesday.

The provider of omnichannel customer communications management and payments technology solutions said Singh will lead the company’s digital, information technology, and information security strategies and development.

“Manji brings proven expertise in delivering technological advancements, aligning IT initiatives to drive business goals, and ensuring robust information security practices,” Nordis Technologies founder and CEO Ronnie Selinger said in a news release.

“His focus on technology that improves client and user experience and streamlines operations and on building collaborative, high-performing teams makes him a great fit for our company and key addition to the senior management team,” Selinger continued.

Singh has held senior IT, operational and revenue growth positions driving innovation, digital transformation and strategic solutions, particularly in healthcare.

As CIO for Independent Living Systems, Singh led the company through a significant technology transformation.

His previous roles include vice president of IT delivery and chief information security officer for Network Health Wisconsin and CIO of Univita Health.

Singh has served as an adjunct professor at Broward College for more than two years, teaching courses on software development and data analytics.