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StrataFusion Announces Mark Egan, Former VMware CIO, to Lead IT Transformation Practice

LOS GATOS, CA--(Marketwire - January 07, 2013) -  StrataFusion, one of the premier business consulting and technology services firms, announced today that Mark Egan has joined as a Partner. In this role, Mark will report to CEO Ken Crafford and lead the IT Transformation and Information Security consulting practices. Before joining StrataFusion, Mark most recently served as CIO of VMware where he supported the company transformation from a server virtualization vendor with $2 billion in revenue to a $5 billion market leader of cloud solutions. Prior to VMware during his 6 years as CIO at Symantec, Mark's leadership in IT was instrumental in supporting the company's transformation from a $600 million consumer software publisher to a $5 billion market leader of enterprise security solutions.

"Mark brings a wealth of IT operational and CIO experience to StrataFusion," said Ken Crafford, StrataFusion's Chief Executive Officer. "The technology industry is going through a major transformation today and we are pleased to have Mark lead our new consulting practice that will assist our clients in taking advantage of cloud, mobile, social, and big data technology to accelerate their business. StrataFusion has a long track record of delivering value-added services to our clients and we are excited about these new service offerings."

"StrataFusion's Partners have a long-standing reputation for high quality advisory services and are uniquely positioned to provide specialized transformational client services," said Egan. "I look forward to executing a focused strategy which will lead to substantial growth in these new practice areas." For more information about StrataFusion's IT Transformation and Information Security consulting practices, please visit http://www.stratafusion.com/our-practice-areas/.

About StrataFusion
StrataFusion is a boutique management consulting and technology services firm providing high-end technology consulting and "CIO for Hire" services. StrataFusion has a unique model of CIO experts and Executive operational advisors that help top management solve their most challenging business problems. StrataFusion's Partners, Principals, and management consultants have combined empirical data, industry best practices, and analytical models to create a competitive advantage for our Fortune 500 and mid-market clients. Our proprietary methodologies and tools have been refined to help organizations reduce project complexities and accelerate investment returns. 

For more information about StrataFusion, please visit www.stratafusion.com or contact:

888.631.5997  
[email protected]
464 Monterey Avenue, Suite E
Los Gatos, CA 95030

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