Dymedix Diagnostics Inc, manufacturer of polyvinylidene (PVDF) sleep diagnostics sensors, today announced the first phase of the company’s restructuring is now complete, and the new team members will be attending the SLEEP 2017 meeting in Boston.

This restructuring process commenced last year and has included the addition of a number experienced sleep industry professionals.

The company has moved toward exclusively selling its products using a worldwide network of trained distributors. In order to support this growing network, the sales support team was expanded to include three new registered sleep technologists. Tammy Hannahs, Rusty Fife, and Troy Pridgeon will all manage a variety of distributor and customer support tasks aimed at providing the best possible service to the company’s loyal customer base.

The sales and operations of the company are now managed by vice president Patrick Burns, a sleep veteran with over 30 years in the industry. This activity will be supported with a strong marketing element managed by vice president and CMO Michael Clark, who has 25 years in sleep medicine.

Jim Moore, president and CEO, says in a release: “It gives me great pleasure to see this group of highly qualified individuals come together and perform so well as a team. I feel lucky to be working with such a team of professionals managed by sleep industry veterans.”

Dymedix will be demonstrating PVDF-based sensors during the SLEEP 2017 meeting including a real-time waveform display.