NETdelivery Continues to Bolster Senior Management Team, Adds Richard Graylin as VP of Customer Operations

Graylin Contributes Comprehensive IT, Professional Services and Management

Experience to Lead Professional Services Team

For Growing Digital Solutions Provider



Apr 02, 2001, 01:00 ET from NETdelivery Corporation

    BOULDER, Colo., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- NETdelivery Corporation, the
 premier provider of digital solutions for next generation online data
 management and exchange, today announced the addition of Richard Graylin as
 vice president of customer operations.  Graylin comes from EDS and will head
 up NETdelivery's growing account management, professional services, customer
 support and information technology groups.
     Graylin joins NETdelivery with more than ten years of experience in
 account management, professional services and information technology.  During
 his career Graylin has worked for EDS and IBM Global Services in varied roles,
 from IT architect to client executive.  While at EDS, Graylin was responsible
 for the delivery of all EDS E.solutions services for customer Sun
 Microsystems.  During his tenure, he transformed the EDS business model from
 short-term contractor to long-term solutions provider and led the signing and
 successful delivery of several major professional services contracts.
     "We are pleased to put someone at the helm of our professional services
 division with Richard Graylin's comprehensive qualifications, including
 focused e-business experience," said Richard Stranger, president and CEO of
 NETdelivery.  "Richard will manage a critical position as we continue to build
 our client base of e-businesses, government agencies, postal organizations and
 healthcare providers."
     Graylin's career is highlighted by two years as program client executive
 with EDS' E.solutions, where he held overall responsibility for multi-million
 dollar software development, e-business and IT projects.  He managed a team of
 managers, project managers, e-business consultants and developers that
 contributed to the building of Sun's service and support customer portal.
 Successfully, he grew the contract to more than $18 million.  He also exceeded
 all growth targets and customer satisfaction levels assigned by EDS's
 executive leadership.  Similarly, when he was responsible for the IT
 infrastructure deployment for Maxtor Corporation, he grew their contract
 substantially, and exceeded all growth targets.
     "Graylin's proven track record of exceeding expectations is a pattern we
 look for in all of our senior executives," said Stranger.  "We will continue
 to leverage this strength as we move forward."
 
     ABOUT NETDELIVERY
     Founded in 1995, NETdelivery Corporation(TM), is setting a new standard
 for the way government and businesses manage, exchange and process digital
 information on the Internet.  Privately held and headquartered in Boulder,
 Colo., the company enables organizations to replace inefficient paper-based
 processes and exchange information online with complete authentication and
 interactivity through an open, scalable, web-based software platform.  Working
 with Canada Post and Cebra Inc., NETdelivery created the world's first online
 post office known as "EPOST."  Customers include EPOST, Sweden Post,
 iWorks/NBC5Plaza, and a major U.S. Telecommunications firm.  For more
 information, visit www.netdelivery.com
 
 

SOURCE NETdelivery Corporation
    BOULDER, Colo., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- NETdelivery Corporation, the
 premier provider of digital solutions for next generation online data
 management and exchange, today announced the addition of Richard Graylin as
 vice president of customer operations.  Graylin comes from EDS and will head
 up NETdelivery's growing account management, professional services, customer
 support and information technology groups.
     Graylin joins NETdelivery with more than ten years of experience in
 account management, professional services and information technology.  During
 his career Graylin has worked for EDS and IBM Global Services in varied roles,
 from IT architect to client executive.  While at EDS, Graylin was responsible
 for the delivery of all EDS E.solutions services for customer Sun
 Microsystems.  During his tenure, he transformed the EDS business model from
 short-term contractor to long-term solutions provider and led the signing and
 successful delivery of several major professional services contracts.
     "We are pleased to put someone at the helm of our professional services
 division with Richard Graylin's comprehensive qualifications, including
 focused e-business experience," said Richard Stranger, president and CEO of
 NETdelivery.  "Richard will manage a critical position as we continue to build
 our client base of e-businesses, government agencies, postal organizations and
 healthcare providers."
     Graylin's career is highlighted by two years as program client executive
 with EDS' E.solutions, where he held overall responsibility for multi-million
 dollar software development, e-business and IT projects.  He managed a team of
 managers, project managers, e-business consultants and developers that
 contributed to the building of Sun's service and support customer portal.
 Successfully, he grew the contract to more than $18 million.  He also exceeded
 all growth targets and customer satisfaction levels assigned by EDS's
 executive leadership.  Similarly, when he was responsible for the IT
 infrastructure deployment for Maxtor Corporation, he grew their contract
 substantially, and exceeded all growth targets.
     "Graylin's proven track record of exceeding expectations is a pattern we
 look for in all of our senior executives," said Stranger.  "We will continue
 to leverage this strength as we move forward."
 
     ABOUT NETDELIVERY
     Founded in 1995, NETdelivery Corporation(TM), is setting a new standard
 for the way government and businesses manage, exchange and process digital
 information on the Internet.  Privately held and headquartered in Boulder,
 Colo., the company enables organizations to replace inefficient paper-based
 processes and exchange information online with complete authentication and
 interactivity through an open, scalable, web-based software platform.  Working
 with Canada Post and Cebra Inc., NETdelivery created the world's first online
 post office known as "EPOST."  Customers include EPOST, Sweden Post,
 iWorks/NBC5Plaza, and a major U.S. Telecommunications firm.  For more
 information, visit www.netdelivery.com
 
 SOURCE  NETdelivery Corporation