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Employee Base Grows 115% Since 2001 To Meet Accelerated Demand

July 22, 2004 (Tustin, CA)—Envision Financial Systems, a leading provider of software solutions to the institutional and mutual fund industry, today announced numerous new hires to its business development and client support teams.

Brian Jones has joined Envision in the position of Vice President of Strategic Business Development. Brian previously spent six years at Federated Investors as Senior Vice President, Business Planning and Customer Communications. While at Federated Brian successfully improved customer service and significantly reduced costs by implementing new innovative business models. Brian also oversaw the service integration of $5 billion in new business acquisitions. Prior to that, Brian was with Fidelity Investments for sixteen years in numerous high level positions.

“We are extremely fortunate to bring on board a person with the caliber of experience that Brian has. His ability to manage relationships and his strong experience with customer relations will serve us well as we look to increase dialogue with the larger fund companies,” says Satnam Gambhir, President of Envision.

Envision also shored up their compliance efforts by hiring a specialist to focus on tax reporting and compliance issues. Linda Lawson will step into the newly created position of Director of Transfer Agency Compliance. Linda brings over twenty years of experience from Unified Fund Services where she held numerous high level positions. The east coast office also welcomed two new additions to Envision’s Client Service and Support team.

“We’re also happy to bring on board Linda as we anticipate greater demand on the compliance end. The additions to our service team will be welcome as we proactively look to increase support capacity to manage the growing number of clients at Envision and the increased interest from larger fund companies,” continued Satnam.

With the four new additions, the total number of Envision employees worldwide have now increased 115% since 2001.