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StackSafe, Inc., a provider of pre-production staging and testing solutions for IT Operations teams, announced today that the company's president, CEO and founder, Loren Burnett, has been named by the Northern Virginia Technology Council to its board of directors.
StackSafe, Inc., a provider of pre-production staging and testing solutions for IT Operations teams, announced today that the company's president, CEO and founder, Loren Burnett, has been named by the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) to its board of directors. Burnett will serve a three-year term on the board and aid in NVTC recruitment, revenue raising and planning.
"I am honored to have been selected to serve on the NVTC board of directors," said Burnett. "As an active member of the Northern Virginia technology community, I am eager to help further the NVTC's goals of showcasing the region as a major global technology center, fostering collaboration among member organizations and advocating public/private partnerships within Northern Virginia."
Burnett brings over 29 years of management experience to his position on the NVTC Board. Prior to founding StackSafe, he served as COO and CFO of Astral Brands, a consumer brand management company, and oversaw the explosive growth of Astral's revenue base. Prior to joining Astral, Burnett served as the president, CEO, and chairman of the board of Celcorp, a provider of enterprise application integration software and services. He served as senior vice president and CFO at Riptech, where he was instrumental in the company's $145 million sale to Symantec, Inc. in August 2002.
NVTC is the membership and trade association for the technology community in Northern Virginia and is the largest technology council in the nation. NVTC has about 1,100 member companies representing more than 200,000 individuals. Its membership includes companies from all sectors of the technology industry including information technology, software/hardware, Internet, ISPs, telecommunications, biotechnology, bioinformatics, aerospace, and nanotechnology, as well as the service providers that play an important role in supporting these companies. In addition, universities, foreign embassies, non-profit organizations, and governmental agencies are members and take an active participation in meeting NVTC goals and objectives.
StackSafe is a leading developer of pre-production staging and testing solutions for IT Operations teams, highlighted by their flagship product, StackSafe™ Test Center. Launched at DEMO 2008, Test Center gives IT professionals a virtual sandbox in which to test software upgrades, patches or other changes prior to release, helping organizations to avoid downtime and production problems associated with changes.
For more information about NVTC, please visit www.nvtc.org. For more information on StackSafe, please visit www.stacksafe.com.
About StackSafe, Inc.
StackSafe provides software infrastructure testing solutions that enable IT Operations to significantly improve uptime and resiliency. StackSafe's flagship product, StackSafe™ Test Center, directly addresses the challenge of incomplete and ineffective IT Operations staging and testing of changes to multi-tiered software infrastructure stacks. With Test Center, StackSafe provides the first easy-to-use virtualized staging and testing solution that enables IT Operations to understand the business impact of changes--before they touch production systems. Test Center was awarded the 2008 ITIL Innovation of the Year award at the International IT Service Management Conference and Exhibition. Based in Vienna, Virginia, StackSafe serves IT Operations teams across multiple vertical markets.
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