Portland, OR (PRWEB) June 3, 2005
Provider of Popular Compliance Management Software Strengthens Board to Build on Strong Growth and Address Key Markets
CompliÂ® announces the addition of three notable outside directors to its board: Kirby Dyess, Mary Jo Potter and Paul Skillern. Says Compli Chairman and CEO, Ken Thrasher, ÂWe are energized by the credentials and depth of experience these seasoned directors bring to the company. Their guidance will be critical as we broaden the capabilities of our compliance management system, expand our customer base and venture into specific market segments, such as auto dealer compliance.Â These three join current directors Duane McDougall (retired chairman and CEO of Willamette Industries), Lon Leneve (Compli president and CFO), Robert Miller Jr. (one of CompliÂs founders) and Mr. Thrasher.
Kirby Dyess (Principal, Austin Capital Management)
A recently retired Corporate Vice President of Intel Corporation, Kirby Dyess is principal in Austin Capital Management where she evaluates, invests in, and assists early stage companies in the Pacific Northwest. Her most recent Intel assignment was Director of Operations for Intel Capital, the largest venture capital organization in the world. Ms. Dyess is currently vice president of the Oregon State Board of Higher Education and is a member of the OHSU Board, the Board of Trustees for Linfield College and the Business Advisory Board for the University of OregonÂs Lundquist College of Business. Ms. Dyess also chairs the board of Prolifiq Software Corporation and serves as a director for Merix, Menasha and Octavian Corporations. Said Ms. Dyess, ÂAs a long-time Compli advisor, I am honored to now support the company as a director. I believe Compli has the vision, leadership and technology to become a leading force in
Mary Jo Potter (Managing Partner and CEO, highperlink)
Mary Jo Potter is a nationally recognized compliance and governance expert and is principal at San Francisco-based highperlink, an international human capital management-consulting firm. Using her experience as Senior Vice President responsible for governance and integration at Sibson Consulting Group, Ms. Potter has already contributed significantly to the design of CompliÂs corporate governance modules. She currently leverages her expertise on several other boards, including Siena Heights University, Hanna Center, Hope Unlimited and Ocular Sciences (recently acquired by CooperVision).
Paul Skillern (Chairman and CEO, Kendall Auto Group)
Paul Skillern is chairman and CEO of the Kendall Automotive Group. After beginning his career in the banking industry, Mr. Skillern embarked on a long career in the auto retail market. His leadership has been instrumental in helping Kendall repeatedly earn leadership awards in providing excellence in customer service and business practices. In addition to his general business expertise, Mr. Skillern provides expert counsel to the company about the http:auto dealer compliance sector, on which Compli has recently focused. He has served on the boards of the Oregon Automobile Dealers Association, the Eugene Springfield New Car Dealers Association and the Northwest Ford Dealers Advertising Association.
Compli provides a Web-based compliance management system that helps organizations minimize risk by ensuring employees work within regulatory guidelines and follow specific company policies and procedures relating to employment practices, auto dealer regulatory compliance, workforce safety, corporate governance and more. The Compli compliance management system automatically tracks who has read and signed policies, delivers training and assessments, and documents and demonstrates compliance. Privately held Compli is headquartered in Portland, Ore.
For the latest Compli news and information visit http://www.compli.com or call 866-294-5545.
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