Xenex offers the fastest, safest, and most cost-effective method for the automated disinfection of healthcare facilities, such as patient rooms, ORs, and ICUs. Xenex's portable room disinfection system uses pulsed xenon ultraviolet light to destroy viruses, bacteria and bacterial spores in the patient environment without contact or chemicals. Uniquely designed for ease of use and portability, a hospital's environmental services staff can operate the Xenex device without disrupting hospital operations or requiring the use of expensive chemicals. The Xenex system will disinfect dozens of rooms per day, so hospitals can use the system continuously to reduce contamination levels throughout their facilities.
Miller, who previously served as Xenex's Executive Chairman, is the founder of Sequel and Cutstone Ventures, where he invests in and acts as an advisor to numerous startup and established technology companies such as Inventables, OptimizedNow and Golfballs.com. Previously, Miller was co-founder and president/CEO of Rackspace Hosting, which now has more than 160,000 customers and over $780 million in annual revenue. Prior to his involvement with Rackspace, Miller started Curtis Hill Publishing, a legal publishing firm that was the first to publish Texas case law on CD-ROM. Early in his career Miller was an attorney at Matthews & Branscomb, now part of Cox Smith, San Antonio's oldest and largest law firm. He is an alumnus of Phillips Exeter Academy, The University of Texas at Austin and The Southern Methodist University School of Law.
Executive chairman Roy Martin has more than 25 years of experience serving the information services and technology industry in executive leadership positions. He is managing director of WELM Ventures, LLC, an investment and strategic consulting firm based in Minneapolis, Minn. He served as president and CEO of Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting, a software, services and information company serving the global corporate tax market, from 2005 - 2011, where he led the company's explosive growth, doubling its size to $1.1 billion in revenues with over 5,000 employees in ten countries. Prior to this, Martin was president and CEO of Dialog Corporation (a subsidiary of Thomson Reuters), an online news, financial and STM (scientific, technical and medical) information company serving the corporate market, from 2000 - 2004 where he guided the company's operations in 29 countries worldwide. From 1997 - 2000, Martin served as chief strategy officer for Thomson Reuter's $3 billion legal information business, guiding U.S. and international expansion. Martin also served as head of sales, marketing and product development for the company's U.S. legal business under the West Publishing and Westlaw brands between 1993 and 1997. He began his career in the computer hardware and software industry, serving in various roles between 1979 and 1993, leading to posts as president of two public software companies. Martin is a graduate of Virginia Tech, and holds an MBA degree from Emory University.
Xenex systems have proven to be effective against a variety of the most dangerous superbugs, including Clostridium difficile endospores (C. diff), MRSA, VRE, and Acinetobacter. Studies show the Xenex room disinfection system is consistently 20 times more effective than standard chemical cleaning practices. Xenex customer Cooley Dickinson Hospital recently reported 67 percent lower C. diff rates and 100 percent lower C. diff deaths and colectomy rates since adoption of Xenex's room disinfection system in January 2011. Other customers reporting positive results from their usage of Xenex's room disinfection system include Houston's MD Anderson Cancer Center and Cone Health System in North Carolina. – less – More from ZoomInfo »