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    Sistina Software Adds Extensive Sales/Business Development Experience, Announces New Senior VP
    Tuesday April 30 2002 @ 07:55AM EDT

    Don E. Nemer, former Vice President of ZoneTrader, to lead Sistina’s Sales and Business Development Team

    MINNEAPOLIS - (April 29, 2002) - Sistina Software, a developer of software that dramatically reduces the cost and complexity of data storage systems, today announced that Don E. Nemer, former Vice President of ZoneTrader, has joined its executive team as Senior Vice President, Sales and Business Development. Mr. Nemer brings a record of achievement that spans more than 15 years in sales, sales management, key account management and business development to Sistina. At ZoneTrader, Mr. Nemer consistently exceeded sales goals, and developed and managed profitable relationships with major customers such as Compaq, EMC, Peregrine Systems, Dow Chemical, Hewlett-Packard, Riverstone Networks and Principal Financial Group. “Don’s proven ability to develop and sustain strong customer relationships with the world’s largest companies is exactly the experience Sistina needs as we continue to build upon and add to the relationships we have already established,” said Frank Crusing, President and CEO of Sistina. “His record of hitting difficult revenue targets is evidence of his ability to close business in the face of strong competition. Quite simply, Don’s leadership produces the types of results we are committed to achieving at Sistina.” Crusing added.

    “The chance to lead the Sistina sales and business development team is a uniquely wonderful opportunity,” said Mr. Nemer. “For organizations requiring economical enterprise data management systems that are flexible, scalable, highly stable, and easily managed, only Sistina’s combined offering of its proven Global File System and Logical Volume Manager provide the complete solution. I am very much looking forward to implementing and executing an aggressive, profitable sales strategy and building upon Sistina's commercial customer base.” Sistina’s GFS is the leading enterprise-class clustered file system for Linux. Running on economical, yet powerful, commodity hardware, Sistina’s GFS greatly reduces the total cost of data storage and simplifies system management. For more information, visit Sistina on-line at www.sistina.com.

    About Sistina Software
    Sistina develops software that uniquely enables organizations to build and economically manage low-cost, sharable storage systems. For organizations requiring the capacity to store, manage and access increasing quantities of data, Sistina provides an affordable solution. Sistina's approach is based on advanced and award-winning cluster file technology that includes Sistina’s Global File System™ (GFS) and Logical Volume Manager (LVM). Sistina’s technology is ideally suited for environments such as parallel database serving, high performance computing, embedded NAS storage, and edge serving. Founded in 1997, Sistina is headquartered in Minneapolis and has offices in California, Germany, and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.sistina.com.


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