It’s Never 2 Late adds Matt Miller to leadership team

Thursday August 10, 2017 0 comments Tags: Denver, It's Never 2 Late, Matt Miller, Tom Bang

 

DENVER -- It's Never 2 Late®, a leader in providing person-centered digital engagement, content and technology solutions for seniors, announced the expansion of its leadership team with the addition of Matt Miller as VP of product development.never2late-logo

Miller's addition underscores iN2L's commitment to providing personalized engagement solutions that include interactive multimedia, cognitive based gamification and adaptive devices to keep seniors active, connected and engaged, the company said.

For nearly five years, Miller was a development director for Electronic Arts (EA), one of the world's largest gaming companies by revenue. EA pioneered the home computer games industry and currently develops and publishes games under several labels.

As program manager at EA SPORTS, Miller was accountable for rapid, on-time product delivery of the EA SPORTS MMA video game involving a staff of 80 development managers, programmers, artists and designers.

He was also responsible for overseeing several other titles during his time at EA including Madden NFL and Tiger Woods PGA.   

"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," said CEO Tom Bang.

"We are thrilled that Matt Miller shares our mission and has joined us to bring our technology innovation to new heights."

Most recently, Miller served as the Advisory Board Company's managing director of healthcare technology product development, where he was responsible for 16 SaaS Products with $290M+ annual contract value, including analytics and advisory solutions designed to improve healthcare organizations' business and clinical performance.

"I am thrilled to be joining a company that's focused on making a meaningful impact in the lives of elders," said Miller.

"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."

Miller gained additional hands-on healthcare technology knowledge and expertise during his tenure at PhDx Systems, Naval Hospital Pensacola, Naval Hospital Roosevelt Roads and Naval Medical Center San Diego.

Miller completed an M.B.A. in Information Technology Management from Touro University International in Los Alamitos, Calif.