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Asteres develops ScriptCenter® kiosks and lockers to allow for the secure and safe pickup of prescriptions and healthcare products 24/7. ScriptCenter lets pharmacy staff maintain control of filling and checking prescriptions, while ScriptCenter takes care of the securely tracking pickup and payment of pharmacist filled prescriptions. With the experience that comes from providing customer convenient access to millions of prescriptions worldwide, opening regulatory access for automated prescription pickup solutions, and developing extensive integration capabilities with leading pharmacy management and point-of-sale system providers, Asteres’ ScirptCenter is the automated prescription pickup solution with more systems placed than any other player in the market.

Board of Directors

Management Team

David J. Lenny | President

David has over 30 years of experience in senior leadership positions in a diverse range of industries, including the manufacturing, services, and retail sectors. He is skilled at overall business strategy, team leadership, mergers and acquisitions, domestic and international business development, strategic partnering, process improvement and financial management. Prior to joining Asteres, David was most recently President & CEO of Retail Inkjet Solutions (RIS), an ink refilling equipment manufacturer and service provider to the big-box retail market, with an installed base in over 700 locations. Under his leadership, RIS expanded its footprint into 8 new countries and more than 20 major retailers. In 2021, David led the sale of the company to a consortium of European-based investors.

Prior to taking the helm at RIS in 2015, David held senior positions at both public and privately held companies with global footprints, such as MVTS Technologies where he played a key role in the expansion of the company across multiple new product lines. He spent 9 years with MVTS, a global provider of equipment and service solutions to the semiconductor industry, with manufacturing and operations facilities across North America, Europe and Southeast Asia. During his tenure as CFO, David oversaw a period of over 400% revenue growth and the company’s subsequent acquisition by Boston Semi Equipment (BSE). Before that, during 4 years with Relsys International, a software development company in the pharmacovigilance industry, David was instrumental in expanding the company into the UK and India and in its acquisition by Oracle (NYSE: ORCL).

For 6 years, David held various positions at Esquire Communications (NASDAQ: ESQS), where he oversaw its extensive M&A activities. He led the acquisition and integration of over 40 independent agencies in a fragmented industry, making the company the nation’s largest provider of court reporting, deposition, document depository, and staffing services to the legal industry, in preparation for its sale to the Hobart West Group (HWG). Earlier, he held senior management positions at Manhattan Medical Associates and the Corporate Printing Company in New York City. David graduated with a Master’s Degree in Economics & Political Science from University College Dublin, Ireland, and spent 2 years working in audit at a public accounting firm prior to relocating to the United States. David resides in Rancho Santa Fe, California, with his wife and two daughters.

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Laird Broadfield | Vice President, Research and Development
Laird was most recently Vice President of R&D for the Pyxis division of Fortune 500’s 17th ranked Cardinal Health. Laird’s responsibilities included product portfolio management and M&A evaluation as well as leading the product development staff of 220, encompassing product conception and design, embedded and application software development, hardware development, industrial design, and product assurance. He was the first member of Pyxis’s development staff, and held various technical and management roles during his 16 years there, through the company’s growth from its first narcotics control product to a suite of more than 70 products, including medication and supply management systems, clinical safety software, medication workflow systems, and point-of-care systems. He was a member of Pyxis’s executive committee, and an officer of its development subsidiary. Prior to Pyxis, Laird worked in scientific software and instrument development for Hybritech, San Diego’s first biotechnology company; his other technology experience includes work in instrument development for pharmaceutical companies and software design and operations for the financial services industry.
Trace Funderburk | Vice President, Operations
Trace has over 25 years of industry experience in a mixture of industries and roles in service,  contract and turnkey manufacturing, supply chain, facilities, and project management.  He has worked for Tier 1 companies – Becton Dickinson,  Cardinal Health, CareFusion, as well as startup and mid-size companies. He brings a systematic approach using practices that transcend industries – PMP, Lean, DMAIC, and 5S.

He holds a BS in Info Systems from San Diego University and a Masters in Management from the University of Redlands School of Business.  He teaches for the Association of Supply Chain Management (ASCM/APICS). He holds professional credentials as a Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP)  and a Certified in Logistics, Transportation, and Distribution (CLTD).

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Management Team

David J. Lenny | President

David has over 30 years of experience in senior leadership positions in a diverse range of industries, including the manufacturing, services, and retail sectors. He is skilled at overall business strategy, team leadership, mergers and acquisitions, domestic and international business development, strategic partnering, process improvement and financial management. Prior to joining Asteres, David was most recently President & CEO of Retail Inkjet Solutions (RIS), an ink refilling equipment manufacturer and service provider to the big-box retail market, with an installed base in over 700 locations. Under his leadership, RIS expanded its footprint into 8 new countries and more than 20 major retailers. In 2021, David led the sale of the company to a consortium of European-based investors.

Prior to taking the helm at RIS in 2015, David held senior positions at both public and privately held companies with global footprints, such as MVTS Technologies where he played a key role in the expansion of the company across multiple new product lines. He spent 9 years with MVTS, a global provider of equipment and service solutions to the semiconductor industry, with manufacturing and operations facilities across North America, Europe and Southeast Asia. During his tenure as CFO, David oversaw a period of over 400% revenue growth and the company’s subsequent acquisition by Boston Semi Equipment (BSE). Before that, during 4 years with Relsys International, a software development company in the pharmacovigilance industry, David was instrumental in expanding the company into the UK and India and in its acquisition by Oracle (NYSE: ORCL).

For 6 years, David held various positions at Esquire Communications (NASDAQ: ESQS), where he oversaw its extensive M&A activities. He led the acquisition and integration of over 40 independent agencies in a fragmented industry, making the company the nation’s largest provider of court reporting, deposition, document depository, and staffing services to the legal industry, in preparation for its sale to the Hobart West Group (HWG). Earlier, he held senior management positions at Manhattan Medical Associates and the Corporate Printing Company in New York City. David graduated with a Master’s Degree in Economics & Political Science from University College Dublin, Ireland, and spent 2 years working in audit at a public accounting firm prior to relocating to the United States. David resides in Rancho Santa Fe, California, with his wife and two daughters.

Laird Broadfield | Vice President, Research and Development

Laird was most recently Vice President of R&D for the Pyxis division of Fortune 500’s 17th ranked Cardinal Health. Laird’s responsibilities included product portfolio management and M&A evaluation as well as leading the product development staff of 220, encompassing product conception and design, embedded and application software development, hardware development, industrial design, and product assurance. He was the first member of Pyxis’s development staff, and held various technical and management roles during his 16 years there, through the company’s growth from its first narcotics control product to a suite of more than 70 products, including medication and supply management systems, clinical safety software, medication workflow systems, and point-of-care systems. He was a member of Pyxis’s executive committee, and an officer of its development subsidiary. Prior to Pyxis, Laird worked in scientific software and instrument development for Hybritech, San Diego’s first biotechnology company; his other technology experience includes work in instrument development for pharmaceutical companies and software design and operations for the financial services industry.

Trace Funderburk | Vice President, Operations

Trace has over 25 years of industry experience in a mixture of industries and roles in service,  contract and turnkey manufacturing, supply chain, facilities, and project management.  He has worked for Tier 1 companies – Becton Dickinson,  Cardinal Health, CareFusion, as well as startup and mid-size companies. He brings a systematic approach using practices that transcend industries – PMP, Lean, DMAIC, and 5S.

He holds a BS in Info Systems from San Diego University and a Masters in Management from the University of Redlands School of Business.  He teaches for the Association of Supply Chain Management (ASCM/APICS). He holds professional credentials as a Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP)  and a Certified in Logistics, Transportation, and Distribution (CLTD).

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