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NextWindow Appoints New Channel Director


NextWindow Appoints New Channel Director, Roger Price, to Expand Global Reseller Network

AUCKLAND, 27 February 2004 - NextWindow, a New Zealand-based designer of ground breaking touch technology, today announced the appointment of Roger Price to the newly created position of Channel Director. He will be responsible for establishing relationships with channel partners in Australia, Asia and the United States.

According to Al Monro, CEO of NextWindow, the appointment reflects the company's determination to seize the global opportunities arising from the rapidly evolving touch technology market. "NextWindow needed an experienced channel strategist to drive expansion in the reseller market. Roger has a proven track record in market-entry strategy, channel development, reseller recruitment and overall business development for technology companies. It was a perfect fit," he says.

Mr Price brings more than twenty years experience in channel management, business development and marketing with leading technology companies including Silicon Graphics, Sun Microsystems, Sybase, and Baltimore Technologies. Most recently Mr Price served as Channel Programs Manager, Silicon Graphics in Australia where, he developed, implemented and managed channel strategies and programs for the intercontinental region.

Commenting on his appointment, Mr Price said, "I am looking forward to contributing to the global success of NextWindow's cutting-edge touch technology. Channel relationships are of the utmost importance to NextWindow and will play a significant role in leading our growth strategy."

About NextWindow

NextWindow is one of the world's leading specialists in delivering high quality touchscreen technology. Established in June 2000, New Zealand based NextWindow designs and develops optical imaging technologies in the fields of gesture and touch recognition.

NextWindow's ground breaking advancements in optical imaging technology facilitate the cost-effective production of large scale interactive touchscreens. The technology is unique in providing touch sensitivity to the entire surface including the surrounding panel area as well as the active display screen. As a result, almost any size glass surface can be touch-enabled. The company provides integrated touch technology solutions to a number of industries including telecommunications, tourism and retail.

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