Corporate Technologies Expands

Corporate Technologies expands virtualization practice - hires John Laferriere as VP, Infrastructure Services Group

June 13, 2008

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BURLINGTON, Mass. -- Corporate Technologies, Inc. announced today a major expansion of its Virtualization Practice with the hire of senior IT global infrastructure veteran, John Laferriere. In making the announcement, Harry Kasparian, President & CEO of Corporate Technologies said, There is a paradigm shift well underway towards enterprise-wide IT virtualization—driven by significant cost-savings—that is creating a tremendous opportunity for us. I am pleased to announce that John Laferriere has joined the company as VP, Infrastructure Services Group. In this newly created position, we expect John to help us build upon and expand the success of our service offerings.”

Mr. Laferriere was most recently Global Head of Technology Services at Zurich North America, responsible for a $300M IT budget and a number of virtualization and IT consolidation projects across a worldwide geography. In this role, Laferriere was responsible for a large-scale virtualization effort that included multiple datacenters, thousands of servers and petabytes of storage, resulting in tens of millions of dollars in savings to the organization. Previously, Mr. Laferriere was CTO for several start-up software product companies and two reseller organizations, where he started and grew their professional services organizations.

“Corporate Technologies has long been recognized for the quality of infrastructure competence that allows our customers to realize the many benefits of properly architected and implemented virtualization solutions—including substantial cost savings,” said Mr. Laferriere. “I hope to complement that expertise through my personal experience with large-scale multi-national virtualization efforts, and IT technology strategies that will meet next-generation datacenter initiatives—including information lifecycle management, server managers, and green datacenters,” he concluded.

Corporate Technologies Inc.

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