A master software developer and engineer with a concentrated expertise in the architecture and design of technological solutions in the health care field, Christopher Blair Preston currently serves as a Consultant to ABR Holdings Limited. He has similarly contributed to other major corporations, including Thomson Reuters and Recondo Technology. With over 20 years in the field and expertise in transaction processing and data warehousing, Christopher Blair Preston holds two U.S. patents and credit as a coinventor of the NEON/MQSI rules engine and formatter. Christopher Blair Preston spent the early years of his career working for the U.S. Army after graduating from the United States Military Academy at West Point with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. After working in Germany following graduation, he quickly parleyed his information technology experience into nonmilitary positions in system administration and architecture, as well as programming. During this time Christopher Blair Preston also got his start in writing code for the medical care industry, working as a Network Systems Architect for the Grady Health System. Possessing years of experience in and out of the health care database and network field, Christopher Blair Preston currently holds membership in Health Level Seven International, a global organization with members in 55 countries, which works toward creating and improving respected and universally used standards in health care information technology worldwide. His recent projects in medical technology include the development of a data staging area and data mart for EDI and proprietary transactions, a project designed during his time at Recondo Technology. In addition to his large-scale architecture and software design consulting work, Christopher Blair Preston has acted as a Managing Partner at InterAppWare LLC since 1997 and serves as the President and Chief Scientist at SepWare Inc. In his spare time, Christopher Blair Preston enjoys the science fiction and fantasy novels of Roger Zelazny, Greg Bear, and Isaac Asimov.


May 1980 - May 1984

Bachelors of Science

United States Military Academy

Military Affairs Club