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December 2, 2015

FusionOps Appoints Travis Adlman as Chief Financial Officer

Travis Adlman

Mountain View, CA, December 2, 2015 — FusionOps, creator of the supply chain intelligence cloud, today announced Travis Adlman as Chief Financial Officer of FusionOps. Following consecutive quarters of stellar performance, the CFO position is a new position at FusionOps, reflecting the company’s accelerated growth.

“I am delighted to welcome Travis to the FusionOps executive team,” said Gary Meyers, CEO of FusionOps. “He brings significant background with high growth companies that will be instrumental for FusionOps as we continue our fast-paced expansion.”

Travis has extensive experience operationalizing high-growth companies from start-up to outstanding outcomes. He joins FusionOps from AnchorFree, a SaaS security company, where he was CFO. Previously, he led the finance and operational organizations for Kosmix before its successful acquisition by Walmart. Prior to Kosmix, he was the senior executive overseeing finance, operations and legal for Buzzwire and Wallop – both early stage, venture funded companies.

“Spend five minutes speaking with a FusionOps customer, and you will quickly understand the transformational impact the supply chain intelligence cloud offers,” said Travis Adlman. “Combining a winning customer value proposition with a strong customer success bias, FusionOps has a promising future ahead of it and I am proud to be a part of it.”

Travis holds a BS in Finance from Cal State, Chico and his MBA in Finance from San Jose State.

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Thousands of users worldwide rely on the FusionOps’ supply chain intelligence cloud as the trusted source for getting actionable knowledge about their supply chain. It provides what no other vendor on the planet can: an advanced cloud platform, embedded data science that puts advanced analytics in the hands of business users, and supply chain models specific to the supply chain.