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Warp 9, Inc. Names Will Chen as Director of IT

Company Adds Professional With More Than 20 Years of Information Technology and Cloud Experience

SANTA BARBARA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/02/14 -- Warp, 9, Inc. (OTCBB: WNYN), the premier provider of eCommerce services for midsize online sellers, today announced the addition of Will Chen as Director of Information Technology for the company, as it continues to expand its client roster and grow its team of professionals. Chen will be charged with providing a scalable cloud and operations infrastructure, and integrating Warp 9's internal systems (ticketing, project management, development) into a single portal, which will streamline production and support.

Chen brings over 20 years of experience in the IT management space, overseeing website and software maintenance, business operations and budgeting, integrating SaaS-based business systems, and B2B/B2C eCommerce automation and support -- all for rapidly growing technology companies, including several startups.

Chen recently served in a management position at RightScale, Inc., a leading subscription-based cloud management platform and services startup company. Prior to that, he served as Chief Information Officer at MediaTrust, an $80M online advertisement platform and service startup company. He also served as Director of IT/Senior Developer for Lynda.com, a leading subscription-based online video training service company

"We are thrilled to add Will Chen to our established team of technology and marketing professionals," said Andrew Van Noy, CEO of Warp 9. "His experience in building and maintaining a robust and efficient technology infrastructure is one that cannot be easily duplicated. Will's hiring is a reflection of Warp 9's growth as we continue to scale up our operations to accommodate additional clients and overall revenue.

About Warp 9

Since 1998, Warp 9, Inc. is the premier provider of eCommerce solutions for midsize online sellers. Offering fully managed Software-as-a-Service web and mobile eCommerce technology, Warp 9 allows customers to focus on their core online businesses, rather than on technical implementations. To learn more about Warp 9, please visit www.warp9inc.com or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/warp9inc, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/warp9inc

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