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Zero Wait-State Announces New Leadership Team and Strategic Focus
Date:4/14/2010

company and technology to meet our objectives” stated David Stewart, co-founder and Chief Technology Officer.

Both executives have worked together previously and have a strong rapport. “We are very fortunate to have someone of Rich’s caliber and experience join Zero Wait-State. I am very proud of what we have accomplished and grateful to former partners, employees and executives for their contributions” said Stephen Porter, new Zero Wait-State CEO. Porter continues,”Our expectation is to build on our legacy and customers to bring Zero Wait-State to the forefront of PLM organizations as a developer and solutions provider.”

About Zero Wait-State
Zero Wait-State delivers focused value in the Product Lifecycle Management solution space. We are the leading provider of Engineering Collaboration Solutions for Oracle's Agile PLM. We have successfully deployed PLM integration solutions at clients like Harris Corporation, John Deere, Paccar and Cisco. Zero Wait-State also has a long history of data migration success helping organizations move from legacy systems to new solutions with minimal disruptions. We leverage our DesignState platform to help companies connect different applications across the enterprise and move data from system to system. Zero Wait-State offers a complete solution for companies looking to optimize their product development process. To learn more go to www.zerowait-state.com.

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