ObjectFrontier Inc. Appointed Bob Kramich as Senior Vice President of Sales

May 15, 2015, Boston, MA.  Object Frontier Software (www.objectfrontier.com), a leading provider software engineering services, announced the appointment of Bob Kramich as Senior Vice President of Sales for the company. In this capacity, Bob will be responsible for directing all business development activities for OFS globally.    Bob brings to OFS over 25 years of successful sales and marketing experience in the outsourced software engineering and IT services industries.  Bob has extensive experience creating and delivering high value software engineering relationships with US and international companies.  His extensive knowledge in both software product development and IT off shoring services will accelerate OFS’s business growth worldwide.

Prior to joining OFS, Bob served as the Vice President of Business Development, Life Sciences, for EPAM Systems, Inc. (NYSE:EPAM), a leading global provider of software product development services.  Bob joined EPAM through EPAM’s acquisition of GGA Software Services, the world’s preeminent provider of scientific informatics services to global biotech and pharmaceutical companies.  Bob served as GGA’s Chief Business Development Officer.

Before joining GGA, Bob was the President of U.S. Operations for Dextrys, Inc., a prominent provider of software engineering and IT services from China. In this role, Bob oversaw delivery engagement management, business development and marketing for Dextrys.  During Bob’s tenure, Dextrys secured a $48-million round of financing led by Francisco Partners, one of the premier technology-focused private equity firms, and increased its Chinese offshore engineering team from approximately 250 people to over 1,000.

Prior to Dextrys, Bob was Vice President and General Manager of Converge, a $500-million global high-tech semiconductor trading exchange. He led the expansion of the exchange from its base in the U.S. and Europe to Singapore and China, establishing operations in Shanghai in 2002 and Shenzhen in 2004. Prior to his position at Converge, Bob served as a Divisional Vice President of Marketing for Avnet, Inc., a Fortune 500 provider of semiconductors and related services.

Bob holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Tufts University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Boston College’s Carroll School of Management.

Rich Napoli, CEO of ObjectFrontier, said “We are delighted to have someone of Bob’s caliber join our organization.   Bob has many years of successful growth with other companies, and his sales management skills are just what we need at this point in our growth.     We conducted a careful search to fill this role as we wanted someone who not only had the talent to help us but who could also blend well with our culture and values.   We are confident that Bob is a great fit for us and we know that he will be able to help us achieve the aggressive growth plans we’ve laid out for us over the next five years”.

About OFS: OFS helps clients build innovative software products that drive revenue for their business. OFS uses the latest in social, mobile, cloud and data analytics technologies to build software that is compelling, packed with innovative features, and designed for rapid evolution to propel customers past their competition. Founded in 1997, OFS has a deep heritage of building commercial products for software vendors, which has given them the insight and experience to create impactful software for any business. OFS has over 500 employees spread across its US offices in New Jersey, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Boston, Atlanta, and its offshore facility in Chennai, India. www.objectfrontier.com/

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