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Avaki Taps Systems Integration Expert for Advisory Board

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  • July 15 2004, 1:00am EDT

Avaki Corporation, a leading provider of enterprise information integration (EII) software,  announced the appointment of Mr. Brian J. Queenin to its Board of Advisors. Currently vice president and global leader of the Business Intelligence practice at Capgemini, Queenin brings more than 20 years of executive insight into large-scale systems integration initiatives, business intelligence, analytic applications, data warehousing and executive information systems to Avaki's board of industry thought leaders.

Queenin is widely regarded as an expert in systems integration, having led numerous large-scale business and operational performance initiatives for a broad range of companies in many industries. Currently, he leads the Business Intelligence practice at Capgemini, a leading provider of consulting, technology and outsourcing services. He has also held executive and management roles at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Coopers & Lybrand, Citibank and American Express, where initiatives included design and development of decision support systems, sales force automation projects, trade promotion and analysis engagements, data warehousing and supply chain management.

"Brian's depth of knowledge in enterprise systems and business intelligence is a crucial asset," said Tim Yeaton, president and CEO, Avaki Corporation. "We are extremely excited to have such an accomplished individual play another pivotal role on our advisory board. This group of industry experts and key customers has already provided invaluable feedback, validating Avaki's product plans and strategic direction."

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