iN2L hires gaming expert to lead product development
It’s Never 2 Late (iN2L) seems determined to keep the fun in senior engagement technology, announcing it has hired a former development director of one of the country’s largest video gaming companies to spearhead its future product offerings.
Matt Miller served as development director at Electronic Arts, well known for its sports video games. In addition to his experience with video and gaming technology development, Miller also recently served as managing director of technology product development at The Advisory Company, giving him a firm footing in healthcare-specific technology applications. His resume also includes technology work for PhDx Systems and Naval Medical Center San Diego.
“I am thrilled to be joining a company that’s focused on making a meaningful impact in the lives of elders,” Miller said in a company release. “Exercise is just as important to the brain as the rest of the body. I look forward to applying my expertise in gaming, analytics and healthcare product development to create innovative solutions that analyze and measure cognitive function in order to deliver individualized experiences that help seniors’ minds stay sharp.”
The appointment underscores iN2L’s market focus on interactive multimedia, cognitive-based gamification and adaptive devices to keep seniors active, connected and engaged. “At iN2L, we work hard to make a difference in people’s lives by developing an extensive library of programs, content and video games designed for elders with a wide range of physical and cognitive abilities, most of whom have never used a computer,” added CEO Tom Bang. “We are thrilled that Matt Miller shares our mission and has joined us to bring our technology innovation to new heights.”
Pamela Tabar was editor-in-chief of I Advance Senior Care from 2013-2018. She has worked as a writer and editor for healthcare business media since 1998, including as News Editor of Healthcare Informatics. She has a master’s degree in journalism from Kent State University and a master’s degree in English from the University of York, England.
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