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ID Analytics Appoints Chief Information Officer
Date:3/20/2009

Jim Pathman Oversees Software Development, Operations, Information Technology and Security Teams

SAN DIEGO, March 9 /PRNewswire/ -- ID Analytics, Inc., the leader in on-demand identity intelligence, announced today that Jim Pathman has joined the company as its chief information officer. Pathman is a senior technology and operations executive with a 20-year track record of using leading edge technology at high growth financial companies to build out delivery systems and streamline business processes. Prior to ID Analytics, Pathman was senior vice president and chief information officer for the Small Business Finance Division at Lehman Brothers.

"My strengths in data center management, audit and controls implementation, and business process engineering will enable me to lead my team to continue to deliver the high caliber of products and services our customers rely upon to effectively manage their businesses," said Jim Pathman, chief information officer, ID Analytics, Inc.

At ID Analytics, Pathman manages the technical teams that build, maintain and support the company's production, analytics, development, and back office systems. In addition, he leads the day-to-day management of the Information Technology, Information Security and Facility Management teams and manages the Implementation team and Customer Support engineers engaged in project management of new customer implementations and ongoing customer support.

"The chief information officer position is a new executive-level role for the company established to focus on delivering products and support that best serve our growing and diverse customer base while maintaining the level of customer support that has become our hallmark," said Bruce Hansen, chief executive officer, ID Analytics. "Jim has the right combination of skills and experience to take ID Analytics' development and support organizations to the next level."

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