Ontario Systems Compliance Leaders and Teams Named Finalists for the 2020 Women in Compliance Awards
MUNCIE, Ind. (January 29, 2020) – Ontario Systems, a leading provider of enterprise software that automates complex workflows and accelerates revenue recovery for clients in the healthcare, accounts receivable management (ARM), and government markets, has announced that two leading members of its compliance team and the company itself have been chosen as finalists for the 2020 Women in Compliance Awards (WICA) for commitment, innovation, and leadership in the field of compliance.
Now in their seventh year, the Women in Compliance Awards are presented by Women in Compliance International to female compliance professionals, teams, and organizations whose achievements have made an outsized impact in compliance and business. Finalists are chosen from among hundreds of nominees from private and publicly traded companies worldwide.
This year’s WICA “Shortlist” includes finalists in 10 individual and six team categories. Ontario Systems Chief Compliance Officer Rozanne Andersen is one of 13 finalists for Compliance Officer of the year and one of nine finalists for Chief Compliance Officer of the Year, Large Sized Company. Angela Erwin, product manager at Ontario Systems, is one of 12 finalists for Compliance Innovator of the Year.
“I’m deeply honored to be included on the WICA Shortlist of Chief Compliance Officers,” Andersen says. “All of us at Ontario Systems are committed to helping our customers successfully manage compliance and security issues so they can focus on driving growth. Being recognized for this commitment only fuels my personal commitment to excel and drive the very best compliance solutions to market.”
Ontario Systems made the WICA Shortlist in two team categories. The company’s compliance consulting team, led by compliance consultant Sara Woggerman, is a finalist for Compliance Consulting Team of the Year. Under the direction of Lindsey Green, director of client services, Ontario Systems’ Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and security subject matter expert team was named a finalist for Best Compliance Team – Telecommunications, Media & Technology Industry.
“I was excited and honored to learn that I was shortlisted not only for the Compliance Innovator of the Year Award, but also as part of our team for the Best Compliance Team – Telecommunications, Media & Technology Industry,” Erwin says. “I never expected to be selected out of hundreds of candidates, but I’m honored to be recognized with this amazing group of women.”
“I was both surprised and excited to hear the news of being on the shortlist,” Green says. “But the greater honor for me is to be on the list with these other Ontario Systems women whom I greatly admire.”
This year’s Women in Compliance Awards will be presented March 26, 2020 at the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane in London, UK, at the conclusion of the Women in Compliance Conference March 25–26.
“When I learned I was selected for the shortlist, my reaction was, unequivocally, gratitude,” Woggerman says. “I’m grateful for all the people who have encouraged and mentored me along this compliance path and even more in the compliance consulting role. As a consultant, there is no greater joy than knowing you’ve made a positive impact on a company’s culture, compliance program, and beyond. I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to represent Ontario Systems in London at this prestigious event.”
About Ontario Systems
Established in 1980, Ontario Systems is a leading provider of enterprise software designed to improve operations and revenue recovery for clients in the healthcare industry and the accounts receivable management (ARM) market as well as federal, state, and local governments. Headquartered in Muncie, IN, with additional offices in Vancouver, WA, and Albuquerque, NM, and nearly 500 employees and growing, Ontario Systems offers a full portfolio of leading software platforms including the Artiva family of products, FACS, TCS, RevQ®, and Ontario Omni®. Ontario Systems serves 600+ hospital network customers—including 5 of the 15 largest hospital networks—that actively manage over $40 billion in receivables collectively, as well as 8 of the 10 largest ARM companies and more than 600 federal, state, and municipal government clients in the U.S. Ontario Systems’ portfolio also includes Justice Systems solutions such as FullCourt Enterprise™, whose integrated technologies empower state and local governments to manage court cases, process online payments, and automate revenue recovery processes.