CAI Launches Asia Pacific Business; Unit Opens New Office in Australia; Gerard McMullan Named Managing Director

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CAI., a leading IT solutions and outsourcing firm, announces the opening of CAI-Asia-Pacific, a wholly owned subsidiary which will be based in Sydney, Australia.

CAI., a leading IT solutions and outsourcing firm, announces the opening of CAI-Asia-Pacific, a wholly owned subsidiary which will be based in Sydney, Australia. The new company will be headquartered at Level 21, 201 Miller Street, North Sydney NSW 2060.

Gerard McMullan has been named Managing Director for CAI-Asia-Pacific. Mr. McMullan is an IT Executive with a strong track record of success. Prior to joining CAI, he was a Singapore based Regional Manager for Data General and Marcam. On leaving Singapore, he became a Founder and Managing Director for Peppers and Rogers in Australia. Most recently, Mr. McMullan has been co-founder and Managing Director for McMullan Peters.

CAI is a privately held firm that has been providing software development and application maintenance services to Fortune 1000 companies and government agencies for more than 25 years. With more than 2,000 employees, CAI maintains offices across North America, London, Manila, Shanghai, and now Sydney. CAI is a worldwide leader in IT best practices for legacy systems support and new application development.

"We are enthusiastic about expanding our presence in the Asia Pacific region; particularly in Australia," said Tony Salvaggio, CAI President. "We are on a strong growth path and now have three offices -- in Sydney, Shanghai, and Manila. We will benefit from Mr. McMullan's experience, both in Australia and the region at large, and are looking forward to a productive partnership.

"I am delighted to be joining CAI to help bring its best practices and thought leadership in IT to Australia," said Mr. McMullan. "One of the critical challenges facing CIOs today continues to be application development and support productivity. In light of this, CAI's proprietary methodologies and proven track record for achieving double digit productivity increases will bring a lot of opportunity to the region. I am excited to be a part of CAI's commitment to Asia Pacific growth."

CAI-Asia-Pacific will be hosting a series of educational seminars for CIOs and Senior IT professionals throughout 2007. Information about the program can be found at http://www.itmpi.org/apac.

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