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Caesius Software Appoints Two New Advisors

    Online News published in DMReview.com
October 24, 2002

Caesius Software, Inc., creators of WebQL, an automated agent creation and deployment technology, named two new members of its Board of Advisors: Joseph Eash III and Hyer Bercaw.

Joe Eash III has more than 40 years experience managing high technology for the government and private industry. Joe has served as Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Advanced Systems & Concepts. He is a Principal Research Engineer for Georgia Tech Research Institute, an advisor to the Homeland Defense Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration and a member of the Defense Science Board Panel on Discriminate Use of Force.

Hyer Bercaw has a diverse background with more than 15 years of experience in high technology fields. This includes six years with McDonnell Douglas Aerospace and more than seven years with Microsoft. Hyer led Microsoft's Java tools marketing effort resulting in 50 percent market share in the first sixmonths in the market. Hyer was also responsible for planning, business development and market research efforts leading up to the current MSN Search service. Currently, Hyer is the program manager driving Microsoft's Passport performance and availability development team..

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