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DolphinSearch Announces New Sales Leadership


Industry Veteran Appointed As Vice President of Sales at DolphinSearch

Ventura, CA, and Legaltech Conference New York, January 30, 2006 – DolphinSearch, Inc., a leader in electronic document discovery, content search, and information lifecycle management, today announced the appointment of Mr. Dan Junk as Vice President of Sales.

Reporting to Dan Ferranti, President and Chief Executive Officer, Dan Junk will be responsible for overall management of the company’s sales activities, driving sales of both software products and services lines for the venture backed company.

“Dan Junk is an accomplished, high energy sales executive with a proven history of driving sales in our markets,” said Dan Ferranti, President and Chief Executive Officer of DolphinSearch. “We have the technology, products and service reputation to lead the market, and have now added the sales executive to execute our further growth.”

Prior to joining DolphinSearch, Dan was the National Director of Sales for Renew Data Corp., an Austin-based electronic evidence company. Dan led the sales team at Renew from 2003 through 2005 and was instrumental in helping it achieve its status as one of the top five electronic discovery vendors for 2005 as designated by Socha Consulting LLC. From 2001 through 2003 Dan was the Director of Sales for nMatrix Inc., a New York City-based software developer for the legal market, and was the CEO of eData Corp., an electronic evidence processing company that was a subsidiary of nMatrix. Dan worked at the New York City law firm of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett from 1993 to 2000 where he was an associate and managing attorney responsible for coordinating all national defense counsel in tobacco litigation throughout the United States.

Dan holds dual bachelor’s degrees in finance and business administration from Franklin University and a law degree from New York Law School. He is author of several articles on electronic data discovery, including “Wall Street’s E-Mail Nightmare, What In-House Counsel at Securities Firms Need to Know to Get Ahead of the Curve on E-Mail Retention,” published in 2002 by Institutional Investor’s Journal of Investment Compliance.


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