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Objective Advantage expands OASymbio Development Team

Press release from the issuing company

11/09/2006 -- Objective Advantage, Inc. (OA) has expanded its OASymbio team with the appointment of two key development engineers at its headquarters facility in Houston; Christopher Sparks joins the team as OASymbio Software Engineer and Dan Jordan is appointed to the role of OASymbio Test Engineer. The expansion will aid the graphic arts software developer in introducing new features, software modules and enhancements to its OASymbio workflow tools at a much faster rate, as well as in making the solution an even more robust product by enhancing the test cycle. These latest appointments will also enable OA to facilitate a higher level of customer service. OASymbio is a suite of PDF and JDF based web-enabled end-to-end automated production management workflow tools that provides a smooth path for jobs through print plants, decreasing manual tasks and saving print service providers both time and money. “Not only do we strive to constantly introduce new features and enhancements to OASymbio to match the ever changing industry demands, but also to deliver the highest quality possible to our clients,” commented Gareth O’Brien, CEO of Objective Advantage. “By increasing our development and test engineering team, we ensure that our customers receive the most up-to-date features in the quickest possible timeframe, and with the assurance that our latest offerings have undergone thorough quality and operational checks.” Christopher Sparks, in his new role as OASymbio Software Engineer, will handle the development and introduction of upgrades to the existing application, enhancements of new features, application maintenance and support and deployment. Having worked in software development since graduation from Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi, Christopher has worked as a team lead, senior software developer, and project manager on several projects most notably for the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, the Naval Air Station Pensacola, the Texas Department of Human Services and the Texas Department of State Health Services. Dan Jordan, who joins OA as OASymbio’s Test Engineer brings 10 years of experience in testing and quality assurance procedures to the OA team. Dan will be responsible for ensuring that the OASymbio line of products function to the highest standards and are easy to understand and use for the customer. Prior to joining OA, Dan worked at JP Morgan Chase in Delaware where he specialized in software testing and quality assurance, system integration and project implementation. Objective Advantage focuses its expertise in 3 main areas: 1) Support for Legacy Systems (CWS) – including the CPX System used by Standard Register, 2) Integration and Solution Development – focus on specific solutions for individual customers and 3) OASymbio – product suite development.