With a spirit of collaborative thinking, flexibility and agile decision-making, we create value for our clients by delivering efficiencies that make IT work better. Our commitment to excellence runs parallel with our performance-driven culture. This culture puts honesty and integrity as guiding principles in developing long-term strategic partnerships with our clients.
3-D Technology provides one-of-a-kind service to our clients and seeks to deliver creative solutions by leveraging the talents of our greatest asset – our employees. We see ourselves as a family, and our leaders truly invest in 3-D employees. It’s our priority to encourage professional growth and facilitate collaboration among individuals and teams.
Christopher is responsible for the overall strategic direction and oversight of operations at 3-D Technology.
Throughout his career, Christopher has developed numerous cost-saving initiatives for his clients by developing repeatable IT best practice solutions. Christopher is adept at scaling these processes to any size. His experience in information technology includes all aspects of IT regarding large-scale business environments, staff augmentation and logistics.
Prior to his role at 3-D Technology Group, he held positions of increasing responsibility in the field of health care information technology. During his 17 years in these roles, he oversaw numerous merger and acquisition projects, both in the U.S. and internationally. His leadership and experience over the course of his 20 years in this industry led to over $500 million in revenues. Throughout his career, Christopher has gained the reputation as an expert in the health care IT field.
John oversees the financial side of 3-D Technology and assists in plotting the strategic direction of the Tennessee-based health care IT company, with employees throughout the continental United States. John has supported the company’s IT health care business operations and focused on specific growth enablers, including important customer relationships, leadership initiatives and development of process improvement for 3-D employees.
Prior to his start at 3-D Technology Group, John held positions as president, COO/CFO, and executive vice president for some of the leading Fortune 500 companies in the industry. In addition, he has been instrumental in creating and running multiple companies in various positions over the past 30 years, including 3-D Technology and 3-D Financial Services.
Chief Technology Architect
David Portwood is a Chief Architect that partners with customers to understand the challenges of the organization and utilizes the appropriate, sustainable processes and technologies to deliver solutions to business problems. With over two decades of experience with process improvement, data management, logistics, applications management, datacenter design & migrations, infrastructure architecture and team leadership, David knows what truly delivers successful outcomes within various industries. David has built scalable teams and support structures over the years to deliver operational success by aligning the correct resources to the problems being solved.
Vice President of Operations
Emily Martinez serves as the vice president of operations at 3-D Technology Group, LLC. Emily is responsible for oversight of the Human Resources Department and serves on the strategic leadership team, which is assigned to special projects. During her tenure at 3-D, Emily has led numerous policy, procedure and cost-saving initiatives to support the company’s substantial growth.
Emily has an impressive career, with over 20 years’ experience working in the health care industry, and is adept at bridging the gap between successful operations and sustained revenue growth. She is highly experienced at leading both not-for-profit and for-profit organizations.
Vice President of Program Management
Lydia is one of 3-D Technology Group’s youngest employees and has the desire to become impactful within Middle Tennessee’s technology industry. Starting off as a project manager with 3-D Technology Group, Lydia led by example in her first year with the company when it came to having proactive control on the eight medium to large projects she successfully managed. These projects consisted of 26 hospitals nationwide that incorporated hardware installation, application adoption and complete domain conversion.
As a result, Lydia was presented the opportunity to be a part of the executive team. With this opportunity, she assists with providing oversight of the operations by leading others to have a notable vision of the overall quality of the work that is being performed for each client and making it an overall improvement of production with a low to nonexistent impact on clients in health care.