Eze Castle Integration Expands Executive Team with Addition of Industry Veteran Jim Rich as Managing Director of Global Sales

Boston - 10 July 2007

Eze Castle Integration, Inc., a leading provider of technology and IT services to hedge fund and investment firms, today announced the addition of Jim Rich as managing director of global sales. Rich will lead Eze Castle Integration’s sales teams, drive the company’s global go-to-market sales strategy and broaden market penetration of Eze Castle’s products and IT services.

Rich brings nearly two decades of technology and financial services sales experience to Eze Castle. Most recently Rich served as head of global sales and marketing at CorrectNet, Inc, a provider of client reporting solutions to asset and investment management firms. While at CorrectNet, he led the marketing and sales teams, managed strategic relationships, and drove the company to achieve significant revenue growth. Previously, Rich was a senior vice president and global account manager at Thomson Financial managing a global team covering the United States, Europe and Asia.

“Jim’s global management experience and extensive knowledge of sales, marketing and client service adds another dimension to our executive team,” said John Cahaly, CEO of Eze Castle Integration. “As our client base surpasses 450 and demand for our services surges, it has become essential to have a strong, central figure to guide our sales strategy and market penetration efforts. Jim has the experience and track record to effectively guide our team in tapping new opportunities and deepening our foothold as the premier IT provider for the financial services industry.”

Prior to Thomson Financial, Rich held senior management positions at InteQ Corporation, Global Crossing Solutions, Nicholas Applegate Capital Management and Bridge Information Systems. Rich holds a bachelor’s of science degree in computer science from the University of Vermont and is based in Eze Castle’s New York City office.

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