Posted: October 24, 2021
Charlotte, NC (April 23, 2021)—Let’s Talk Interactive, Inc. (LTI), a leader in customizable telehealth solutions, is pleased to announce the addition of Adam McCombs as Vice President of Engineering. McCombs, who will also become a stakeholder in the company, will be responsible for growing and expanding the LTI engineering team to support new software platforms that are under development. His initial focus will be on the Let’s Talk Video platform.
“We are thrilled to welcome Adam McCombs to the LTI team,” said Josh Botbol. “As VP of Engineering, Adam will provide unparalleled support to our users and partners, and his expertise will enable us to innovate and further expand our offerings in the telehealth and medical space.”
Bringing more than 19 years of technology experience to the team, McCombs previously was the Senior Front End Developer and UI Technical Lead at CLEAResult where he was responsible for planning, designing, developing, and maintaining all of the firm’s internal and public-facing websites--roughly 75 in total. The sites consisted of a variety of technologies and platforms including Craft CMS, WordPress, Drupal, Laravel, Magento, and AngularJS. McCombs also helped establish a new set of coding standards, explored the use of design-based pattern libraries, and instituted continuous deployment and integration.
“I am inspired by the work LTI is doing in healthcare and the telehealth space and I’m excited to join the team to continue to help make quality care accessible to everyone,” shared Adam McCombs. “My experience running a digital agency and focusing on technology and development aligns well with how LTI is operating and where they are looking to innovate and grow.”
Upon receiving his B.A. in Arts from Texas State University, McCombs began his career in web design and development at faithhighway and BOX Solutions. In 2011, he founded the Taecho Group, a digital agency focused on delivering high-quality design and development services for clients using platforms such as Craft CMS, Expression Engine, Magento, Shopify, and WordPress. McCombs oversaw projects, managed a staff of ten employees, and kept an active client roster which included Circuit of the Americas, Austin360 Amphitheater, Kerbey Lane Cafe, the UT School of Journalism, Austin Startup Week, Capitol Factory, and Huckberry.
To learn more about LTI and career opportunities with the growing firm, visit LTI’s career page on LinkedIn.