LiquidAgents Healthcare Promotes Exec to Newly Created Chief Sales Officer Position

LiquidAgents Healthcare, which celebrates its 20th anniversary next year, announced a new executive-level position by promoting longtime sales leader Oren Lavi to Chief Sales Officer as the company supports year-over-year growth.

“We couldn’t be more excited about the trajectory of the company, as we invest to provide the best level of service for nurses and allied health professionals,” Sheldon Arora, CEO of Plano-based LiquidAgents Healthcare, said in a statement. “Oren has been a big part of that growth and was a natural fit for this role. We look forward to him helping us develop future leaders as he shares his knowledge and experience with our team.”

Lavi previously was vice president of sales, a role he has held since March, following an extended stint as director of client advisory.

“I enjoy the process of contractual negotiation, and creating an equitable solution that benefits the agency, facility, and healthcare candidate,” Lavi said in a statement. “These are skills I’m eager to help pass along to our team. The CSO role enables us to help solidify where our company is going and implement the strong initiatives we’re undertaking as efficiently as possible.”

A graduate of University of Nevada, Lavi earned a Doctor of Law from California Western School of Law and worked briefly in the legal profession before making a career change to sales.

LiquidAgents Healthcare, has experienced a three-year revenue growth of +192.15%, and recently ranked No. 1 on the Dallas Business Journal’s list of the Top 50 Fastest-Growing Mid-Sized Companies in Dallas-Fort Worth.

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