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ProcessUnity Expands SDRM Team With Key Hires

Industry Experts Strengthen the Company's Service Delivery Risk Management Solution

CONCORD, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/11/14 -- ProcessUnity, a leading provider of cloud-based application software, today announced key additions to its team in support of the company's Service Delivery Risk Management (SDRM) solution. Michael Brown recently joined the SDRM sales team while Craig Rubino and Kimberly Bullock are the latest additions to the company's client solutions team to help ProcessUnity meet the growing demand for the SDRM solution.

ProcessUnity's SDRM solution helps financial service firms control their service offerings by tracking both standard and non-standard services used by each client, and ensuring that services are deployed and utilized effectively across the delivery lifecycle. Mr. Brown, Mr. Rubino and Ms. Bullock each bring two decades' worth of experience to the team, which will ensure continued successful deployment and development of the SDRM platform.

"One of the key reasons industry leaders choose SDRM is because of the financial service expertise we embed in our solutions and bring to all our client interactions," said Lisa Weil, vice president and general manager of ProcessUnity's SDRM business. "With these important new hires, we continue to add industry leaders with deep expertise in the markets we serve, to the benefit of our clients."

Mr. Brown most recently served as director, mid-market sales and sales operations, for Financial Engines of Boston. Previously, he held leadership roles with Putnam Investments and John Hancock Funds. Mr. Rubino joins ProcessUnity from E*TRADE Financial Corporation, where he was vice president, business development, in the firm's stock plan administration business. Prior to that, Mr. Rubino held multiple positions with Fidelity Investments. Ms. Bullock brings extensive experience from the retirement services industry to ProcessUnity, previously holding positions with Bridgepoint Group LLC, New York Life Investment Management, and Fidelity Investments.

"ProcessUnity's approach to automating product management and client service delivery processes is being adopted by the leading benefits administration providers," said Todd Stone, president and CEO of ProcessUnity. "Our clients trust us because of our expertise, and we are pleased to welcome these esteemed industry leaders to our team."

About ProcessUnity
ProcessUnity is a leading provider of cloud-based applications for risk management and service delivery management. The company's software as a service (SaaS) platform gives organizations the control to assess, measure, and mitigate risk and to ensure the optimal performance of key business processes. For public companies and regulated industries, ProcessUnity Risk Suite delivers effective governance and control, vendor risk mitigation, and regulatory compliance. For benefit plan administrators and other financial service firms, ProcessUnity Service Delivery Risk Management (SDRM) controls complex product offerings and strengthens client service experience. ProcessUnity is used by the world's leading financial service firms and commercial enterprises. The company is headquartered outside Boston, Massachusetts and is funded by Rose Park Advisors and other private investors.

For more information, visit www.processunity.com.

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