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Objective Advantage Expands Houston Development Team

Press release from the issuing company

Graphic arts software development company Objective Advantage, Inc. (OA), is starting its 10th anniversary year with the expansion of its Houston, Texas-based systems support team through the appointment of two senior software engineers. Morgan Jolley and Mike Luka both join OA’s Legacy Support and Maintenance team, where they will be responsible for developing upgrades and enhancements to the CWS (Collaborative Workflow System) product, further solidifying the company’s commitment to continued excellence in software development, maintenance and support. “At Objective Advantage, we recognise that projects don’t end once we’ve created a solution or integrated our software within a company,” commented Objective Advantage Chief Executive Officer, Gareth O’Brien. “We continue to work hard to ensure the solution stays current and evolves with the client’s needs and the needs of their customers. I believe it is this ongoing partnership approach that has given us the credibility to expand our offering and grow our business over the past 10 years.” Morgan Jolley has worked in software development for seven years, having entered the IT sector after graduation from Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi. Morgan gained a wealth of experience having worked as a team leader, systems analyst and programmer in a variety of organisations. Most recently, he held the position of systems designer for the Texas Department of State Health Services. He is also a member of the Austin.net users Group. Mike Luka brings several years of expertise as a software developer to the team. Prior to joining OA, Mike obtained a degree in mathematics and psychology from the University of Houston. He worked several years in accounting before applying his organizational skills and strict attention to detail to software development work. Most recently he has worked as a software developer on projects for companies such as Sperry-Sun, a division of Halliburton, and 3GiG. “Objective Advantage has grown considerably since we founded the company back in 1997,” added O’Brien. “We have consistently sought to add highly experienced professionals like Morgan and Mike to our growing team. We are continuing to expand our offering in three key areas; custom integration and solutions development; support for Legacy Systems; and OASymbio, our print production automation solution. Furthermore, we bring to our clients a 10 year successful track record of delivering automated workflow solutions and integrated supply chains for print service providers and publishers worldwide.”