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Emailvision Holdings Appoints Former IBM, Cisco Leaders to its Board of Directors

Emailvision Holdings, Ltd. has appointed Andre Boisvert and Michael T. Everett to its Board of Directors.

Boisvert began his career with IBM in 1976 and held senior management positions in sales, marketing and research & development over the next 13 years. After leaving IBM, Boisvert took leadership positions at software companies including Cognos, Oracle, and SAS Institute Inc. At Oracle, he was Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and a member of Oracle’s Management committee. Boisvert currently is Chairman of the Board at Palamida Corporation, Vice- Chairman of River Logic Inc., Director of Clario Analytics Inc. and Webtrends Corporation.

Everett has worked extensively in both Europe and Asia. At Raychem, he served in several senior leadership positions including Chief Financial Officer, General Counsel and General Manager of Asia. Since 1997, Mr. Everett has served as the Chief Financial Officer at private and public companies that include VMware and WebEx Communications. Most recently Mr. Everett was the Vice President of Finance at Cisco Systems, Inc. Everett was named CFO of the Year by the San Francisco Business Times in 2007 and currently serves on the Board of Advisors at Zuora Inc. and as a Director at Calix Inc.

“The expansion of Emailvision’s Board of Directors ensures the company will benefit from new skills and experience as we continue our rapid international growth,” said Nick Heys, Founder and CEO of Emailvision. “After an extensive search, we determined that Andre and Mike were the best candidates because of their proven leadership skills and significant experience in building world class software companies.”

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