Grand Rapids, MI
– Andrew J. Shannon, Regional Vice President of MCPc, has been appointed to the Spectrum Health Foundation.
An experienced sales executive in the field of information technology, Shannon leads the Grand Rapids offices of MCPc. He joined MCPc in 2007, after holding executive positions with Lenovo and IBM.
Shannon says his association with Spectrum Health began in 2001. “It’s an association I am proud of in my professional career, as I feel that in some small way the technology and services MCPc provides Spectrum Health makes it a better organization in the communities they serve.”
Shannon is a native of Ohio and a graduate of Capital University. His wife Nicole is a native of Illinois. They have two elementary-age children. “We are proud to call Grand Rapids home. I have been active in several organizations including Forest Hills Public Schools, the YMCA and other youth athletic programs.”
At MCPc, we believe technology improves the human condition. It's why we're so passionate about what we do. We also recognize that technology is under threat from its own success. The proliferation of devices that connects us to the Internet - and to each other - creates significant logistical and security challenges. MCPc logistical expertise dates back over half a century. We've been applying that DEEP Logistics Expertise to technology since the computer became personal. Over the last 30 years, we have innovated a suite of services that help our customers mitigate both the logistical challenges as well as the security risks inherent in IT. We call it Secure Technology Logistics.
With a focus on comprehensive Intelligent Device Management, MCPc ensures client success by leveraging IT to drive business performance, improve productivity and increase revenue. For more information, visit www.mcpc.com.
About Spectrum Health
Spectrum Health is a not-for-profit health system, based in West Michigan, offering a full continuum of care through the Spectrum Health Hospital Group, which is comprised of 12 hospitals, including Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital; about 180 ambulatory and service sites; about 3,400 physicians and advanced practice providers, including about 1,400 members of the Spectrum Health Medical Group; and Priority Health, a health plan with about 796,000 members. Spectrum Health is West Michigan’s largest employer, with 25,300 employees. The organization provided more than $326 million in community benefit during its 2016 fiscal year. Spectrum Health was named one of the nation’s 15 Top Health Systems—and in the top five among the largest health systems—in 2017 by Truven Health Analytics®, part of IBM Watson HealthTM. This is the sixth time the organization has received this recognition.