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OmniComm Systems Appoints EDC Veteran Dr. Wolfgang Summa to Executive Vice President, Europe & Asia/Pacific
Date:5/12/2009

OMNICOMM CONTINUES ITS EXPANSION INTO EUROPE AND STRENGTHENS ITS SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla., May 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- OmniComm Systems, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: OMCM.OB), a leader in integrated electronic data capture (EDC) solutions for clinical trials, today announced that it has strengthened its European presence and management team with the addition of Dr. Wolfgang Summa. As Executive Vice President, Europe & Asia/Pacific based in OmniComm's Bonn, Germany facility, Dr. Summa will be focused on the expansion of our products and services throughout Europe and the Asia Pacific area.

"OmniComm is well positioned to offer leading edge products and services to the international community," said Cornelis F. Wit, CEO of OmniComm. "We have expanded our client services in Europe to include help desk support in eight languages and added clinical and professional services expertise, along with additional project management, quality assurance, development and sales and marketing. Dr. Summa will be a strong addition to an already seasoned team in Europe."

Dr. Summa comes to OmniComm most recently from invivodata, where he spent 2 years as Vice President Europe & Asia Pacific, leading the European operational and business development team and driving the expansion of patient diary solutions in the European and Asian markets. Prior to invivodata, Dr. Summa held positions ranging from Vice President Global Operations to Vice President Enterprise Consulting and Managing Director Europe at DATATRAK International. Dr. Summa also serves as member of the European Coordinating Committee of CDISC (Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium). Dr. Summa has 14 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry with a strong focus on EDC and new technologies.

"I am excited about joining the OmniComm team," said Dr. Summa. "The unique combination of product vision and outst
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