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Actiance Expands Sales Management Team to Drive Growth in the Social Enterprise

Appoints Matt McLaughlin as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales; Bob Fucci to Lead East Coast Sales and Doug Kaminski to Drive West Coast Sales

BELMONT, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/15/12 -- Actiance, the leader in helping organizations unleash the social enterprise, today announced the appointment of Matt McLaughlin as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales. Prior to joining Actiance Mr. McLaughlin held several senior sales positions with leading Silicon Valley technology companies including BEA Systems and StrongMail. At BEA Mr. McLaughlin was instrumental for driving global sales with 144% year-over-year (YOY) license growth, in significantly expanding sales in EMEA, and in transforming Asia Pacific into BEA's most profitable region with growth in excess of 300%.

Appointed to the role of Vice President of Sales East Region, Mr. Fucci is charged with growing the enterprise sales team to sell the award-winning Actiance governance platform that helps companies leverage social business applications and real-time communications while ensuring they adhere to compliance and regulatory requirements. Previously Mr. Fucci held senior sales positions at leading enterprise organizations such as MarkLogic, Tibco Software and Oracle and sold into the top one hundred financial services accounts.

Doug Kaminski joins Actiance as Vice President of Sales West Region. As an experienced sales leader, Mr. Kaminski brings expertise and passion to the enterprise sales team. He has held senior sales positions at Océ Business Services and Clearwell Systems, now part of Symantec, where he achieved 130% YOY average growth per year across the territory.

"As an industry leader in the fast-growing compliance and social business sectors, Actiance can dramatically increase revenues, and market share, globally with the execution of high-impact sales programs," states Mr. McLaughlin. "I'm delighted to be part of that growth and look forward to great success."

"The quality of Actiance's products and services combined with the deep need for solutions that deliver TrueCompliance™ will make for an extraordinary sales and marketing experience," says Mr. Fucci. "This is an amazing opportunity to capitalize on a dynamic market with the right solution set."

"I'm energized to be joining Actiance and look forward to driving revenue growth across the Midwest and Western regions," says Mr. Kaminski. "The company and its products are set to capitalize on the growing need for governance in the enterprise as unified communications, collaboration and social network usage becomes more and more tied to revenue growth."

"Actiance is experiencing dramatic growth as companies begin to unleash the social enterprise and need to better engage across social and unified communications networks," says Kailash Ambwani, CEO of Actiance. "With these appointments we are driving the market expansion with sales leaders with deep experience in financial services and enterprise organizations alike. We are excited about having them join us as we continue to drive company growth."

About Actiance
Actiance® is a global leader in communication, collaboration, and social media governance for the enterprise. Its governance platform is used by millions of professionals across dozens of industries. With the power of communication, collaboration, and social media at their fingertips, Actiance helps professionals everywhere to engage with customers and colleagues so they can unleash the social enterprise.

The Actiance platform gives organizations the ability to ensure compliance for all their communications channels. It provides real-time content monitoring, centralized policy management, contextual capture of content and smart archiving which improves the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of eDiscovery and helps protect users from malware and accidental or malicious leakage of information. Actiance supports all leading social media, unified communications, collaboration, and IM platforms, including Facebook (FB), LinkedIn (LNKD), Twitter, Google (GOOG), Yahoo! (YHOO), Skype, IBM, (IBM), Jive (JIVE), Microsoft (MSFT, Cisco (CSCO), and Salesforce.com (CRM).

Actiance headquarters are in Belmont, California. For more information, visit http://www.actiance.com or call 1-888-349-3223.

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