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BioStorage Technologies' Mike Reffeitt Named "CFO of the Year" by Indianapolis Business Journal
Date:12/16/2011

INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- BioStorage Technologies, a global provider of comprehensive sample management solutions, including storage, cold chain logistics and virtual sample intelligence and tracking for the bioscience industry, is pleased to announce that Mike Reffeitt has been named "CFO of the Year" by the Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ). Reffeitt was recognized as the top honoree in the private companies category with $100 million or less in annual revenue.

"I am very honored to be selected for this prestigious award. With so many deserving applicants, it is truly a privilege to be recognized throughout the state," said Reffeitt.

Now in its fourth year, the IBJ's "CFO of the Year" awards program recognizes top financial leaders. With a panel of judges comprised of local business experts, winners were chosen based on their dedication to their organizations' obligations, high ethical standards, contributions to their organizations' overall growth and their involvement in the company.

"This award showcases Mike's financial leadership and community stewardship and gives him the recognition he has earned. As a key member of our executive team, Mike has set the financial direction from the inception of BioStorage Technologies, which has positioned the company for long-term growth and financial success," said Gregory Swanberg, Chief Executive Officer, BioStorage Technologies.

A member of BioStorage Technologies since its founding in 2003, Reffeitt is an active member in the financial and investor community and regularly attends the Indianapolis CFO roundtable. With a strategic role in the overall management of BioStorage Technologies, he spearheads development of all long- and short-term business plans, and is the main conduit between the company and its investors and global stakeholders. Through his due diligence and financial expertise, Reffeitt has led the company to significant growth for nearly a decade.
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