ATLANTA (PRWEB) August 31, 2006
Oversight Systems Inc., the leading provider of automated continuous monitoring solutions, today announced that H. Keith Cooley has joined the company as Vice President of Engineering. As a key member of Oversight’s executive team, Cooley will lead all product development and engineering for the company.
Cooley is an information technology veteran who was most recently Chief Customer Officer at Witness Systems, Inc. In previous leadership roles, Cooley served as executive vice president of product development for EzGov and vice president of engineering for Internet Security Systems where he was responsible for production of the company's award-winning product lines.
"Only with a growing list of customers could Oversight attract a proven IT leader like Keith Cooley," Oversight Systems CEO Patrick Taylor said. "Keith will build upon our strong reputation for providing innovative solutions and unequalled customer satisfaction."
Cooley’s experience also includes executive positions at Dun & Bradstreet Software and Management Science America. Before Dun & Bradstreet acquired MSA, Cooley managed various support, engineering and marketing functions for MSA. After the acquisition, he served as Dun & Bradstreet’s vice president of information systems, vice president of worldwide client server support and vice president of European support and development.
"Oversight Systems faces a huge opportunity to provide the market with automated continuous monitoring solutions that both reduce Sarbanes-Oxley compliance costs and drive operational improvements in financial processes," Cooley said. "I look forward to building on the company’s momentum and delivering easy-to-use software solutions that deliver immense value."
About Oversight Systems
Oversight takes continuous controls monitoring to the next level by combining controls testing with real-time transaction inspection to identify the problems in a business process. Oversight’s platform automates the entire life cycle of finding problems in business processes, fixing those problems and proving the problems were resolved. By inspecting each step of individual transactions across systems, Oversight identifies all errors and control violations, drives defect-free processes and sustains Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. For more information, visit http://www.oversightsystems.com.