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Kennard F. Hill Kennard F. Hill
Chairman of the Board

Kenn Hill brings more than 40 years of successful leadership experience to OmniaNow and its customers. Over those many years, he has always functioned as entrepreneur, innovator, and advisor.

While at Perot Systems, Mr. Hill was a senior advisor to the health care leadership team and initiated the creation of Perot Healthcare Academy. While Executive Sponsor to the Academy, it hired over 100 college graduates each year, from all over the world, to enter an intensive six months training to be the next generation of health care technology professionals. Perot Systems was recently purchased by Dell Computer.

Prior to joining Perot Systems, Mr. Hill worked for The Clayhill Group, a private consulting firm that he formed. Prior to that, he was Chairman of Condor Technology, where he served as CEO and a director. He became Chairman of the Board on the closing of the Initial Public Offering (IPO) in February 1998. From January 1997 to February 1998, Mr. Hill also served as President of the company.

Prior to founding Condor, Mr. Hill was engaged in a variety of executive management roles. He was CEO of DataLine Inc., a data processing and IT firm. Prior to that, Electronic Data Systems Corporation (EDS) employed Mr. Hill for over 20 years. Mr. Hill joined EDS in 1968 as a trainee. He served as President of General Motors-EDS for North America for the last 3 years of his tenure with EDS, managing over 13,000 employees and $3 Billion in revenue. Prior to this, he served as President of the Healthcare division. In this position, Mr. Hill was responsible for all Medicaid and Medicare operations at EDS. Mr. Hill was also an officer of EDS’s Federal Corporation subsidiary and Director of its National Heritage Insurance Corporation subsidiary, which provides healthcare underwriting for lower-income policyholders.

Mr. Hill attended Midwestern State University and the University of Texas. He is a decorated veteran having served two tours of duty as a United States Army helicopter pilot in Vietnam.

He lives in Wichita Falls, Texas with his wife, Shirley Craft. He is currently the Chair of the Midwestern State University Dillard School of Business Advisory Board