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Employee Spotlight - Marshall Parker

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Employee Spotlight - Marshall Parker

Marshall is a co-founder of Device IQ and serves as a Principal Software Engineer. With over twenty years of experience in software engineering, he specializes in developing and bringing to market FDA-regulated medical devices.

A valuable team member because of his particular expertise in managing large-scale medical device projects, Marshall is very adept when it comes to juggling all the pieces that go with developing a medical device including document support, product delivery, manufacturing, formal verification testing, integration testing, and product translation. Clients seek out Marshall to manage their projects because of his ability to meticulously plan and organize projects that contain multiple pieces, and his success in bringing those products to market. Marshall has worked on close to twenty different medical devices, and currently holds two patents related to the medical device industry.

Marshall is currently managing a project for a Fortune 500 company that ranks in the top 10 medical devices companies in the world.  This will be his fourth product approved by the FDA to be released to market and his third consecutive product for this client alone. With this project, he is managing over fifty engineers, including ten Device IQ engineers. He works closely with product translation teams that are located around the world to make sure this device is available in up to 20 different languages. Marshall is also heavily involved with the client to help maintain organization with verification, document support, testing, and integration.

When Marshall isn’t working he likes to spend his time mountain biking, working on home improvement projects and spending time with his wife and three daughters. He also volunteers with the CYO program each year as a judge for an elementary school science fair. With all three daughters all in travel soccer, most of his time is spent on the sidelines cheering for his favorite athletes.

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