Andrew E. Clark
President, Verio East
Prior to joining Verio's East Operation, Mr.
Clark was the Chief Executive Officer and a Board Member of Clark Internet Services, Inc.
("ClarkNet," which was acquired by Verio). Mr. Clark has held numerous operating
and financial positions including Executive Vice President of Finance and CFO of American
Day Treatment Centers, Inc. which was a venture capital financed provider and manager of
Prior thereto, Mr. Clark was the SVP of Operations and Controller of Symphony Health
Services [the Allied Health Division of Integrated Health Services, Inc. ("IHS
Inc."), the nations leading provider of sub-acute healthcare services]. There
he was a member of the management team that created and developed Symphony Health
Services, which produced $173 million revenue-run rate in its initial year of operation.
In addition, during his four-year tenure at IHS, Inc., Mr. Clark held various financial,
operating and strategic positions at the corporate and subsidiary levels. Before joining
IHS, Inc. Mr. Clark was a senior manager with KMPG Peat Marwick. Mr. Clark is very active
with local civic and charitable organizations in the Baltimore-Washington region. Mr.
Clark received his BS degree in Accounting from Washington and Lee University and is a CPA
in the State of Maryland.
About Verio Inc.
Verio Inc. is the world's largest domain-based (e.g. yourcompany.com) Web-hosting
company and a leading provider of comprehensive business Internet services, with an
emphasis on serving the small and mid-sized business market. The company offers customers
a broad range of Internet solutions, including high-speed access, Web hosting, e-commerce,
virtual private networks and other enhanced services. Verio supports its operations with
highly reliable and scalable national infrastructure and systems including a
facilities-based Tier One national network. Verio delivers locally based sales and
engineering support in 41 of the top 50 U.S. markets under the Verio brand name and
provides Web hosting services to customers in more than 170 countries.
President & CEO
Alta Software, Inc.
Nelson Carbonell co-founded Alta Software in
1993. As president and CEO, Nelson is responsible for the vision and business strategy for
the firm. Nelson has over 15 years of experience in enterprise software architecture and
business systems development. Under Nelsons guidance, Alta Software built e-commerce
and Internet application development expertise before the business impact of the Internet
had been widely realized. This expertise was achieved by creating a company culture
focused on technical excellence and by using the latest in Web specific technology, paving
the way for the companys success.
About Alta Software, Inc.
A company to watch, Alta Software is a consulting firm specializing in business
critical Web applications, combining customized solutions with proven, off-the-shelf
technologies for Global 2000 clients. Demonstrating a strong track record with a 100
percent project success rate, the company provides clients a competitive edge through
comprehensive solutions to business problems. Proving itself with each successful project,
Alta Software is emerging as one of the nation's premium E-business software development
For the past six
years, Bob Starzynski has closely followed technology business in the Washington region
for several publications. Four years ago, Washingtons technology market was in the
middle of its transformation from a staid government contracting community to a dynamic
Internet and telecommunications hub. The revolution was already in progress, but Bob was
one of the first journalists to pay serious attention to companies like America Online,
UUNet and Network Solutions, not to mention a few who have bombed.
In 1997, Bob took a job with The Washington Post Co.s Washington Technology
magazine, covering the same market. Shortly after that move, he began doing some work on
the side for TechCapital, a start-up magazine also published by The Washington
Post Co. Last year, he was promoted to editor of TechCapital and is in charge of
driving all of the magazines content.
TechCapital, which has a circulation of 50,000, began two years ago as the voice of
technology deal flow in the Washington region, covering mergers and acquisitions, venture
capital investments, public offerings and angel financing. Since then, the magazine has
broadened its geographic scope to include everything between New York and Atlanta and has
increased its frequency from four times a year to nine times a year.