Founded by educators...for educators
Trajecsys Corporation was founded in 2005 by two educators.
It features an online clinical management and tracking
system for students of health-related programs. The
application was developed with input from programs
at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
College of Health Related Professions. Since its inception,
the Trajecsys Report System is now used by hundreds
of health education programs nationwide. Its flexibility
allows its use for recordkeeping solutions across
dozens of different allied health and nursing modalities,
including such diverse program specialities as dosimetry,
radiation therapy, nursing, radiography, sonography,
medical assisting and many others.
Brian Bright, CEO, has stellar credentials in the
Education Industry. He has held senior operational,
business development, strategy, and board roles with
innovative educational Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
firms such as Eduventures, Inc, Liaison International,
and IntraLearn Software. Bright has also advised executives,
investors, and education industry leaders in the areas
of growth, strategy, and business development.
As vice president of Eduventures, Inc., he led the
firm to double digit growth and helped launch the
Learning Collaborative, a best practices collaborative
venture of higher education schools and programs.
More recently, Bright was vice president of Business
Development and Strategy for Liaison International,
the leading centralized application service for applying
to health profession schools and programs. While at
Liaison, he was instrumental in securing relationships
with leading health profession associations including
Nursing (AACN), Dietetics (ADA), and Occupational
Therapy (AOTA) as well as over 30 additional associations.
He also assisted the launch of the first accreditation
management software for specialty accreditors, including
the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics
and Information Management Education (CAHIIM), Commission
on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC), and
Accreditation Commission for Audiology Education (ACAE).
Founder/President Larry Pickett, M.A., began his career
as a speech pathologist in the public schools and
has been director of a residential facility for the
developmentally disabled and also director of a speech
and language center providing outpatient speech and
language services. His software applications for speech
pathologists have been marketed nationally through
arrangement with a major academic publishing company.
In imaging sciences a practice examination application
was written and distributed nationally by the Nuclear
Medicine Technology Certification Board, and other
software was provided for inclusion in nuclear medicine
textbooks sold by the Society of Nuclear Medicine.
Pickett has also served as webmaster of a metropolitan
school district and Web Center Director for a major
medical center. He now works with Trajecsys Report
System developers to develop new features and provides
technical support to its clients.