Mallika Edwards

Chief Product Officer

Mallika Edwards brings 30 years of product management experience in the ideation, creation and commercialization of new solutions. She has held various positions in healthcare IT and is passionate about driving product innovation that is aligned to business outcomes.

As Chief Product Officer, Mallika is responsible for the strategy and roadmap of the Xsolis solutions portfolio, including enhancements to Dragonfly, the company’s AI-driven technology platform. She guides the vision and direction for scaling the company’s solutions in existing and new markets to deliver even more insights and value for Xsolis’ customers nationwide.

Mallika joins Xsolis from Transaction Data Systems, a leader in pharmacy software solutions, where she served as the vice president of solution management, leading the migration of its on-premise solutions to SaaS, and developing new solutions and go-to-market strategies. For Burns & McDonnell, she served as Director and Business Line Lead, Software Solutions, establishing the strategic vision for its licensed and SaaS product lines, and leading all aspects of product commercialization. Prior, she was a solution executive at Cerner Corporation where she led large cross-functional teams, product strategy and execution within all aspects of the healthcare continuum – including the company’s interoperability strategy, its electronic referral solution, patient engagement solution, and electronic prescribing solution. During her tenure at Cerner, she registered two U.S. patents related to medication claims, and she also deployed and implemented one of the company’s first person-centric community health records.

Mallika graduated from the University of Kansas with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and from Rockhurst University’s IT Leadership Program. She lives in Kansas City, Missouri, with her husband, David. Outside of work, Mallika is an avid hiker and enjoys time outdoors, traveling, reading, cooking, and spending time with her family, including her two sisters.