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SMARTworks.com Names Two New Vice Presidents

Thursday, July 12, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

DAYTON, Ohio--July 11, 2001--SMARTworks.com, Inc. today announced the appointments of Ronald L. Alcorn as vice president of engineering and John N. Scocozzo as vice president of strategic technology. Both are new positions. Alcorn most recently was director of engineering at Eclipse Networks, Inc., where he managed the company's e-business applications for the telecom and financial markets. He has held a series of increasingly responsible information technology management positions in areas such as development, business analysis, project management and production support. Scocozzo has been a leader in SMARTworks technology and engineering since 1996. His experience in architecture development and his deep history in the evolution of SMARTworks enable him to plan its future architecture and lead the company's technological objectives. "As we continue to build on the SMARTworks platform to bring additional value and benefits to our clients, Ron Alcorn and John Scocozzo are strong assets to our management team,'' said Joseph P. Morgan, Jr., president and chief executive officer, SMARTworks.com. "I look forward to drawing on the experience that Ron brings with previous companies and John's knowledge of our core technology.'' Alcorn's background also includes serving as vice president and chief information officer for the Personal Lines Division of Great American Insurance Companies. In that role, he created e-commerce solutions for the car insurance industry. Prior to joining Standard Register Company in 1996 and SMARTworks.com last year, Scocozzo held management jobs in product development, strategy and financial analysis at Lexis-Nexis.




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