7736 Zionsville Road
Indianapolis, IN 46268
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Robert S. Huffstodt, President and Chief Executive Officer
Sunil Anaokar, Ph.D., Vice-President, Chief Technology Officer
James W. Duncan, Sales and Marketing
Michael F. Caron, Vice-President of Engineering

Robert S. Huffstodt
Robert S. Huffstodt joined PTS in July 2001 as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. In 2001 he became PTS's President and in 2002, Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Huffstodt is responsible for sales, marketing, finance, research and development of all operations related functions, including production. Most recently, Mr. Huffstodt was Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Quatro Systems, Inc. a leading electronics manufacturing services provider. At Quatro, Mr. Huffstodt was responsible for finance, production, sales and human resources. Prior to joining Quatro, Mr. Huffstodt was President and Chief Executive Officer for Lukens Medical Corporation (NASDAQ:LUKN), a manufacturer of medical devices. Mr. Huffstodt served as CEO of Lukens from 1995 through 1998 a period of global expansion for the company. Before serving as CEO, Mr. Huffstodt served as CFO of Lukens, and in that role was responsible for supporting the company's initial public offering in 1992.  Prior to Lukens, Mr. Huffstodt was a Certified Public Accountant, and worked for the Metropolitan Services Group, a division of Price Waterhouse.  Mr. Huffstodt holds a B.B.A. in accounting from the University of Notre Dame. (Back to Top)

Sunil Anaokar
Sunil Anaokar, Ph.D. joined the Company in October 1998 as Chief Technology Officer. He has been active in the medical industry for twenty years. Dr. Anaokar began his career at Abbott Laboratories and later Diagnostic Systems Laboratory where he managed research and development, manufacturing and quality assurance. Most recently, he served as VP of Research and Development at Seradyn, Inc. Dr. Anaokar has a Master of Science degree in Biochemistry (1977) and a Ph.D. in Clinical Chemistry (1979), from the University of New Mexico and attended the Management Program at Rice University. (Back to Top)

James W. Duncan
James W. Duncan has over thirty years experience in the medical industry. He is currently President of Blue Duncan Associates, a consulting firm for medical device start up ventures. His expertise is in helping management to develop appropriate business strategies and to execute them effectively. He is an active advisor, consultant and mentor to senior management with special focus on establishing highly effective organizations. Previously, he was Chief Operating Officer of MediSense, Inc., at the time the fourth largest, but technology leader and fastest growing of the diabetes blood glucose self-monitoring companies. MediSense was subsequently acquired by Abbott in 1996. Prior to MediSense, Mr. Duncan was CEO and co-founder of Cardiac Alliance, which applied advanced monitoring, pharmacy and disease management technologies to improve clinical and cost outcomes of advanced congestive heart failure patients. Earlier he had been Executive Vice President of Miles Diagnostics (now Bayer Diagnostics), where he was actively involved in the formative stages of the diabetes self-testing market and in developing, launching and branding the company’s first Glucometer® systems for blood glucose control. Mr. Duncan has held prior management and leadership positions with Deseret Company, Hartz-Standard, Owens-Illinois and Eastman Kodak Company. He holds MBA (marketing) and BS (mechanical engineering) from Cornell University. (Back to Top)

Michael F. Caron
Michael F. Caron joined the company as Vice President of Engineering in December 2000. He has 20 years of product development and manufacturing experience in the consumer, automotive, military and industrial markets.  From 1990 to 2000, Mr. Caron held various Executive Management and Engineering positions with Hurco Companies, Inc. (NASDAQ: HURC), a global machine tool design and manufacturing company. During his tenure with Hurco Companies, Mr. Caron established an Asian offshore electronics manufacturing operation with gross yearly revenues in excess of $5 million USD. He was named to the Board of Directors of this startup organization in 1997. Prior to Hurco, Mr. Caron held numerous product design positions with Allison Transmission, Delphi Electronics, and Thomson Consumer Electronics.  Mr. Caron graduated from Purdue University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 1980. (Back to Top)