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bioVIGIL Names Peter Mojica Chief Technology Officer & CIO
Date:4/29/2011

stry Association (SNIA)-Data Management Forum. At SNIA he co-developed and published the groundbreaking "100 Year Archive Survey Requirements" study and contributed to the Blue Ribbon Task Force research paper on "Sustainable Digital Preservation and Access," led by a 17-member group of experts from economics, computer science, libraries, archives and museums, with funding and support from the U.S. National Science Foundation and Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Mojica's technology innovations have achieved leading visionary product rankings on multiple Gartner Magic Quadrants. He has been nominated to the Computerworld Smithsonian Awards (CWSA) for visionary use of information technology by Dell Computer Corporation and he has been awarded the SNIA (Storage Networking Industry Association) Data Management Forum Leadership Award.

As an internationally recognized technologist and business leader Mojica brings more than 25 years of commercial software development, engineering, management, and marketing experience to bioVIGIL.

"Peter is exactly the right leader for bioVIGIL," said bioVIGIL's Chief Executive Officer, Jason Howe. "I believe that great companies are often the results of original thinking, and given the future ubiquity of hand-hygiene compliance within the healthcare continuum, we have an opportunity to completely re-imagine the experience. With his extensive technology and visionary background Peter brings this capability to bioVIGIL and more importantly he has a long track record of delivering innovative yet practical solutions that work in the real world and solve hard customers' problems. His strong management experience will help shape bioVIGIL as we continue our growth and global expansion. And most importantly for anyone taking on the new CTO role at bioVIGIL Peter is a natural fit with our corporate culture."

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