TAMPA, FL – January 19, 2012 – Khameleon Software, Inc. is pleased to announce the formation of an Executive Advisory Board comprised of seven senior-level client thought leaders. The new Executive Advisory Board will to add to the Company’s expertise and provide insight as to how to align Khameleon Software initiatives with client priorities.
The Khameleon Executive Advisory Board will provide direction based on the needs of key customer communities and have an influence on Khameleon’s immediate and long-term priorities. The collective expertise of the Board Members will assist the Khameleon team achieve a greater understanding of market needs, gain insight as to business strategies and technological direction, and develop solutions to address business challenges.
“As a client-focused company, Khameleon places a high priority on collaborative dialogue and feedback from our customers. We believe these conversations are critical for Khameleon to continue to evolve as a business system technology leader,” said Doug Angelone, president of Khameleon Software. “Through the ongoing strategic partnership with the Advisory Board, we can focus on new and innovative ways to improve client business performance together.”
The new Khameleon Executive Advisory Board members are:
* Bob Bacic, Furniture Marketing Group (FMG), Plano, TX
* Matthew Danyliw, OFI, Newington, CT
* Dru Duffy, CTR Systems, Warrendale, PA
* Peter Kordus, Building Service Inc. (BSI), Milwaukee, WI
* Bryan Lindholz, River City Furniture, Cincinnati, OH
* David Solomon, Solomon Coyle, Alexandria, VA
* Amee Zetzmen, All Makes Office Equipment, Omaha, NE
The Khameleon Executive Advisory Board will hold two meetings per year as well as quarterly virtual meetings.
“The Advisory Board Members bring a wealth of knowledge to the Khameleon team. Each of them is a well-respected industry professional and outstanding business leader. We are confident that their vast industry experience and network will help identify ways to drive greater efficiencies and best practices for all our clients,” said Matt Angelone, Khameleon Software vice president.