Bank of America's CEO Joins MindBlazer's Board of Directors; Hugh McColl Invests in Charlotte Technology Company

Apr 04, 2001, 01:00 ET from MindBlazer, Inc.

    CHARLOTTE, N.C., April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- MindBlazer, Inc. announced today
 that Hugh L. McColl Jr., CEO of Bank of America, has joined the company's
 board of directors and invested an undisclosed amount in MindBlazer's second
 round of funding.  One of McColl's most recent business successes is
 engineering the merger between Charlotte, NC-based NationsBank and San
 Francisco-based Bank of America.
     "We are truly fortunate to have Mr. McColl as a member of our board of
 directors," said MindBlazer's president, Bill Whitley.  "Mr. McColl's vast
 corporate knowledge and strong national business alliances will assist
 MindBlazer with its overall business strategy.  With current economic turmoil
 in the technology industry, we are honored to have Hugh McColl invest his time
 and money in our company."
     In 1959, as a management trainee, McColl joined American Commercial Bank,
 the precursor to North Carolina National Bank, NationsBank and Bank of
 America.  Fifteen years later he was named president and in 1983 was elected
 chairman, president, and chief executive.
     "I am impressed with MindBlazer's management team and their business
 strategy," said Hugh McColl.  "I see MindBlazer's technology and services
 becoming increasingly vital to corporations."
 
     About MindBlazer
     Headquartered in Charlotte, NC, MindBlazer is a leading provider of live
 and on-demand webcasting strategies to help companies achieve their sales,
 marketing and training goals.  MindBlazer bundles webcasting and other
 streaming, interactive media solutions with services including marketing,
 customer relationship management, and content optimization so that
 organizations can easily and effectively transfer knowledge to targeted
 audiences.  Some of the company's clients include, KPMG Consulting, Siebel
 Systems, Ernst & Young, LLP and Viewlocity.   For more information about
 MindBlazer, please visit www.mindblazer.com.
 
 

SOURCE MindBlazer, Inc.
    CHARLOTTE, N.C., April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- MindBlazer, Inc. announced today
 that Hugh L. McColl Jr., CEO of Bank of America, has joined the company's
 board of directors and invested an undisclosed amount in MindBlazer's second
 round of funding.  One of McColl's most recent business successes is
 engineering the merger between Charlotte, NC-based NationsBank and San
 Francisco-based Bank of America.
     "We are truly fortunate to have Mr. McColl as a member of our board of
 directors," said MindBlazer's president, Bill Whitley.  "Mr. McColl's vast
 corporate knowledge and strong national business alliances will assist
 MindBlazer with its overall business strategy.  With current economic turmoil
 in the technology industry, we are honored to have Hugh McColl invest his time
 and money in our company."
     In 1959, as a management trainee, McColl joined American Commercial Bank,
 the precursor to North Carolina National Bank, NationsBank and Bank of
 America.  Fifteen years later he was named president and in 1983 was elected
 chairman, president, and chief executive.
     "I am impressed with MindBlazer's management team and their business
 strategy," said Hugh McColl.  "I see MindBlazer's technology and services
 becoming increasingly vital to corporations."
 
     About MindBlazer
     Headquartered in Charlotte, NC, MindBlazer is a leading provider of live
 and on-demand webcasting strategies to help companies achieve their sales,
 marketing and training goals.  MindBlazer bundles webcasting and other
 streaming, interactive media solutions with services including marketing,
 customer relationship management, and content optimization so that
 organizations can easily and effectively transfer knowledge to targeted
 audiences.  Some of the company's clients include, KPMG Consulting, Siebel
 Systems, Ernst & Young, LLP and Viewlocity.   For more information about
 MindBlazer, please visit www.mindblazer.com.
 
 SOURCE  MindBlazer, Inc.