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JBoss Veteran Joins Open Source BPM Vendor Intalio

Don Neely to Accelerate Company's Expansion as Vice President of Sales

Intalio, Inc., The Open Source BPMS Company, has announced that former JBoss Vice President of Sales Don Neely joined Intalio to lead its sales expansion efforts.

"With the adoption of industry standards such as BPEL and BPMN, and the move towards a Service Oriented Architecture, the BPM market is poised to follow on the footsteps of the J2EE Application Server market," said Don Neely, vice president of sales at Intalio. "Because of its leadership in developing the most relevant industry standards and its commitment to an Open Source business model, Intalio is better positioned than any other company to emerge as the leader in this booming market."

During his tenure at JBoss, now a division of Red Hat, Don Neely helped grow the company's revenue from $12M to $48M and increase the average deal size by an order of magnitude. In 2005, Don Neely closed the company's largest contract ever for $1.5M.

"Over the past twelve months, Intalio has demonstrated that the BPM market is ready for an Open Source and standards-based solution," said Ismael Ghalimi, founder and CEO at Intalio. "More than 4,500 companies around the world today are using Intalio|BPMS, and we now have close to 100 customers. Don's experience in developing a very successful commercial Open Source venture should help us accelerate our growth even faster and establish Intalio as the clear market share leader in 2007."

Prior to joining JBoss, Don Neely held management and sales positions at Actuate Software, Sonic Software, Progress Software, GE Information Services, Aon Corporation, and GM Corporation.

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