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Dynix announces arrival of new Chief Technology Officer

Press Release: Dynix [March 16, 2005]

Copyright (c) 2005 Dynix

Abstract: Dynix, announced the arrival of software veteran Jeff Hagins as chief technology officer.


PROVO, Utah—March 16, 2005— Dynix, the world's premiere provider of automation technologies, solutions, and services for libraries, today announced the arrival of software veteran Jeff Hagins as chief technology officer. Hagins has nearly 25 years of experience as a technology manager and executive and has played leadership roles in product management, development, engineering, and quality assurance for numerous software products. His appointment is designed to further enhance the company's focus on the delivery and continued development of leading ILS software for libraries.

“Dynix is proud to partner with libraries around the world to embrace the opportunities and challenges of learning, education, and research in the digital age,” said Dynix President and CEO Jack Blount. “Jeff Hagins provides the company with an uncommon blend of software expertise, technology vision, and executive leadership experience. I know he will be invaluable in our effort to exceed the expectations of our customers around the world.”

Hagins' career has included such roles as chief architect, vice president of engineering, senior vice president of product management, board member, and chief technology officer for a variety of leading high-technology companies, including Lockheed Martin, J.D. Edwards, TeleComputing, and ASP-One. Most recently, Hagins served as chief technology officer for Apptix, a global provider of service automation software and solutions for the outsourced messaging and desktop services industry.

Hagins has also served as a board member of the ASP Industry Consortium, as an advisor to the Computing Technology Industry Association Software Services Group, and as an advisor to Microsoft on the Communications & Collaboration Developer Advisory Council. He is currently a member of the Gerson-Lehrman Technology, Media, and Telecommunications Council of Advisors.

“Already serving more than 13,500 libraries in more than 40 countries, Dynix has clearly shown its strength in meeting the needs of libraries around the world,” Hagins said. “I am excited to arrive at a time when the company is aggressively working to increase the number of libraries it serves through its unrivaled focus on industry standards and leading-edge technologies.”

Hagins holds a degree in computer science and management from the Department of Electrical Engineering at Texas Tech University.

About Dynix

Dynix is the pioneer provider of integrated library systems and has the largest installed customer base of any library technology vendor. As a committed advocate of the library community, Dynix serves academic, special, school, public, and consortium libraries in over 40 countries. Dynix has more than 100 professional librarians on staff and proven experience in software leadership. Since 1983, Dynix has provided customers visionary technology solutions that support the latest industry standards and offer intuitive functionality. For complete corporate information and a guide to Dynix products and services, visit www.dynix.com.

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Publication Year:2005
Type of Material:Press Release
Language English
Issue:March 16, 2005
Publisher:Dynix
Place of Publication:Provo, UT
Company: Dynix
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Subject: Executive appointments
Record Number:11357
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