Lexington, KY (PRWEB) June 13, 2008
EAS Technologies, the market leader in criminal record expungement services recently appointed Rich Bowen as their Director of IT Development. Mr. Bowen will lead the effort to automate company processes related to helping people apply for criminal record relief. The project itself is a significant undertaking and one that will allow the company to service the 55 million people in the US currently eligible for record relief at lower cost and greater speed.
Robert Simpson, President and COO of EAS, says that he was determined to recruit Rich to lead the development process. "Rich's unparalleled expertise in the areas of automation and web-based application and database development make him one of the few people capable of pulling off such an enormous technical challenge. We are extremely fortunate to have him aboard." Prior to joining EAS, Mr. Bowen led Asbury College's effort to automate its mission-critical systems. He is also a leading author on Apache programming topics, having recently published The Apache Cookbook. Mr. Bowen is also an international speaker on Apache-related topics, recently speaking at conferences in Amsterdam and Chicago.
Seeking to develop technology with a clear and unambiguous impact on the lives of ordinary people, Mr. Bowen found the opportunity at EAS Technologies to be irresistible. "It's not often that a chance like this comes along. Creating tools to help people get a second chance is extremely appealing to me. Plus, we've put together a terrific team here. We're looking forward to making a big impact."
ABOUT EAS TECHNOLOGIES
Since its founding EAS Technologies' mission is to offer expungement and clemency opportunities to the millions of people with criminal records who seek an inexpensive and effective means to change their past in order to control their future. Using state-of-the-art process automation technology and unparalleled knowledge of expungement and clemency processes nationwide, EAS is leading the effort to help over 50 million Americans utilize processes available to them to clear their criminal records.
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