Our team offers unrivalled serialization, compliance and project management expertise along with longstanding experience across a range of industries. These include pharmaceutical, healthcare, manufacturing, consumer packaged goods, and other regulated industries.
Greg Cathcart, CEO
Greg Cathcart is responsible for Excellis Health Solutions’ strategic planning, direction, and growth, as well as cultivating emerging markets. In addition, Greg works directly with clients to understand their business needs and identify an approach to realize the value to be gained by transparent, synchronized solutions.
As a recognized industry leader for 20+ years, Greg has worked with HDA, NACDS, FDA, and GS1 to optimize the supply chain by focusing on solution implementation and improved business practices in the life sciences, healthcare, and regulated industries. Greg is the founding member of the leading global consortium Global Track & Trace (GTT) and its goal is ensuring the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain is prepared for the future around tracking and tracing pharmaceutical products. He has been featured in several industry journals, such as Life Science Leader, Drug Store News, CIO Review, and Pharmaceutical Commerce.
Aside from his impact on the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Industry, Greg has been named a Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technologies (PACT) award winner and now holds an advisory board position as a result of past company and individual winnings. He is also a Spartan Society Member of the Travis Manion Foundation.
Prior to founding Excellis Health Solutions, Greg served in several executive positions for leading-edge companies, such as SAP America and Johnson & Johnson (J&J) Corporation.
Joe Falkenstein, CFO
Joe is a seasoned strategic finance professional with more than 30 years’ experience of advising executive teams on strategy, operations, and corporate finance initiates. Having previously served as Chief Operating Officer, he possesses deep expertise in M&A transactions, strategy, finance, and capital formation.
Tom Glenn, Executive Vice President – VP Solutions and Delivery
With 32 years in the pharmaceutical industry, Tom has strong expertise in corporate systems planning, process design, software validation, and implementation program management. During a long and distinguished career, he has advised numerous pharmaceutical and biological manufacturing and supply chain clients on business process change and technology strategy. Tom has led multi-site, multi-nation Enterprise applications and complex compliance-related applications, including: MES, LIMS, ELN, QMS, EDMS, and validation of enterprise applications and hardware to compliance related systems.
Key areas of expertise include: serialization, MES, ERP, process design, software validation, and implementing a MPO office.
Fun fact: Tom smokes fantastic barbecue meats. He even beat Guy Fieri at the Wine Country Big Q competition!
Karan Narang, President – International
Karan is a senior level supply chain and product traceability executive with extensive experience in pharmaceutical and life sciences. As a 10-year veteran at Excellis, Karan has led many key projects across the end-to-end pharmaceutical supply chain, including leading dispensers. He is a subject matter expert in supply chain transformation, product traceability & integrity, strategic business optimization, global strategy development, business case identification, value realization, business process re-engineering, technology selection, and GMP.
In 2019, Karan received the “Global Leaders in Consulting” award from Consulting Magazine. He also has a Graduate Degree in Global Business from Oxford University’s Said Business School.
Greg Wozniak, President – Healthcare Group
Greg is responsible for Excellis’ healthcare and retail pharmacy strategic direction and growth. He is a recognized healthcare leader through his work with healthcare systems, hospitals, integrated Delivery Networks, physician groups, ambulatory services, home care, and long-term care. Throughout his 30 years of healthcare executive experience, Greg has served as CEO and Healthcare System Executive and has built a reputation for strategy, business development, growth, performance improvement, and innovation.
Organizations that he has led have received the “Top 100 Hospitals” award (recognizing overall performances and outcomes) and the “Most Wired” award (recognizing the level of IT adoption). Greg is also an adjunct faculty member at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business’ MBA program.