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Pomeroy Strengthens Governance

Pomeroy IT Solutions board of directors announces multiple initiatives to strengthen corporate governance

HEBRON, Ky. -- Pomeroy IT Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ:PMRY) today announced that the Board of Directors of the Company is undertaking multiple initiatives to enhance the effectiveness of its Board in the best interests of the Company and all its shareholders. The independent Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee of the Board is initiating a full corporate governance review, including a review of the composition and the roles and responsibilities of each Board committee. The goal is to finalize this review and make recommendations to the full Board prior to the Companys annual meeting in June.

The Company also announced that Jim Smith will retire from the Board at the end of his current term in June and will assume the role of corporate secretary. In addition, Kenneth R. Waters, a current member of the Board since 2004, will assume the newly created position of Lead Independent Director, effective immediately. This position is charged to help assure accountability and independence, and assist and govern the direction of the Board’s activities and interaction with the CEO.

“We as the Board of Directors take very seriously our responsibility to represent the interests of all our shareholders and to effectively guide and govern the corporation,” said Mr. Waters, who also serves as Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee chairman and Board member for the Company. “In an effort to strengthen our organization, we have implemented over the past two years a number of improvements in our management team, as well as internal controls and processes. Our goal has been and still remains to seek out the most efficient and effective manner for this Board to fulfill its duties in the best interests of all shareholders and support Executive Management, which has made significant progress with the business over the last several quarters.”

Pomeroy IT Solutions Inc.

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