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Jade Exec Joins Software Exporter

Jade Exec Joins Software Exporter

Former Jade Software Corporation executive Kerry Glynn joins New Zealand
software exporter SSi Limited.

17 October 2006. - New Zealand software exporter SSi Limited has announced
that Kerry Glynn will invest in the company and assume the role of Sales and
Marketing Manager as part of the company's expansion plans.

SSi managing director John Baird said with 300 customers and 25 years in
operation, the company is ready for the next step, "Kerry brings the right
skills, experience and contacts to help us grow to a new level."

Mr Glynn has a background in technical, sales and marketing roles in the
computer industry in Canada, United Kingdom, United States and New Zealand.
Prior to investing in SSi, Mr Glynn managed Jade Software's international
programme for the tertiary education market.

About SSi Limited

SSi Ltd is a software development company based in Christchurch, New
Zealand. Established in 1981, SSi's staff develop packaged and bespoke
software for companies around the world. Since 1996 the company has used the
Jade development technology.

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