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PYXIS MOBILE EXPANDS TO CHICAGO

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Pyxis Mobile, the leading provider of innovative wireless software that meets the diverse needs of the financial services industry, today announced the opening of the firm's new office in Chicago and appointment of Jim Moe as Regional Manager and Stuart Kalman as Director of Channel Sales.

Pyxis Mobile's drive in the region comes in response to growing demand from its client base, which includes more than 50% of the top 50 global asset managers, whose operations are now accessing critical business data from their mobile devices with mPlatform applications. In addition, Pyxis Mobile has engaged partners to provide regional sales and support in the area.

Pyxis Mobile designs wireless software applications specifically to meet the diverse needs of the financial services industry. Combining their extensive financial industry experience and wireless technical expertise, Pyxis Mobile developed mPlatform(r) solutions, a pioneering suite of industry-tailored wireless applications used by mobile financial professionals, that extend critical business data from existing enterprise systems to the mobile device of their choice.

"We are excited about our continued expansion into key financial services markets, as it demonstrates our unwavering commitment to the financial services community in the U.S. and abroad," commented Matt Durkin, Executive Vice President of Sales at Pyxis Mobile. "Pyxis Mobile has been recognized as the leader in providing mobile technology to some of the largest financial services firms in the world. Our move today will undoubtedly help make our cutting-edge offerings more widely available to a greater number of firms."

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