OmniMedia Associates

Brian Rezach

Brian D. Rezach is a 25-year strategic professional in tech applications and health care. Currently and for the past six years, he has been involved in government & trade relations / project mgmt. for track & trace, serialization / e-pedigree project for a top-5 generic pharma manufacturer - Actavis, Inc. He continues to represent Actavis on the PDSA board and also on the GPhA Supply Chain Task Force. He co-authored the GPhA position on Supply Chain legislation expressed in an industry white paper.

LinkedIn ProfileBrian is currently working on a data interconnection project for compliance to state laws through a retainer with a brand pharma company. Brian also is engaged as a subject matter expert by GPhA on supply chain security.

Past positions include Natiional Marketing Manager of Sony Corp's PC Division and Director in Scientific-Atlanta's (now Cisco) Telco Division. Founder of Software Information Systems, Inc. (The Program Finder service - on-line database - i.e., “website before the web”). Brian has also been an outside Board of Directors member at Castle Hill Partners, Midland Food Services and WCA Healthcorp. 

Brian has owned and sold two Home Health Care Service companies and had ownership interest in that field for seven years.

As Managing Partner of OmniMedia Associates, Brian has done business planning, launch and marketing management for “triple play” deployments at telco's & government utilities. These projects leveraged business analysis, technology skills, strategic & tactical marketing. Brian worked on e-business strategy and Internet marketing for SES Americom, ran marketing project management with Audible. He also served as VP Marketing for Lawyerlinks, an online legal research service provider, and VP Sales & Marketing for SummitQwest, a mid-sized professional services company. 

The common threads that run through Brian's career are creative innovation and adaptability. His specialty is creating, launching and managing businesses from technology applications.