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Infolob Solutions Announces the Promotion of Dana Love to President as Company Builds on Recent Enterprise Successes to Advance Growth and Market Penetration Over the Next Five Years

Infolob, a growing Dallas-based Oracle solutions provider and a Platinum member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), today announced the promotion of Dana Love to President. Love joined Infolob in August 2012, and most recently was Senior Vice President for the company.

Dana FI Love, PhD, appointed president of Infolob Solutions, Inc. Dr. Love is a recognized expert in ...

Dana FI Love, PhD, appointed president of Infolob Solutions, Inc. Dr. Love is a recognized expert in advanced analytics, big data, and cloud computing systems. (Photo: Business Wire)

“Dana’s experience complements Infolob’s strong capabilities in big data, cloud computing and managed IT services, and his strong leadership enhances our executive team in a time of record growth and profits. His promotion continues the expectation for even greater success and market share across the Americas,” said Vijay Cherukuri, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Infolob Solutions. “Since Dana joined Infolob, he has successfully secured significant new contracts for the company, spearheaded our expanded partnership with Oracle, led our specialization efforts inside the Oracle PartnerNetwork, and built out our capture management and new business development processes.”

Love brings more than 25 years of cloud computing experience in executive leadership, sales, operations, and engineering to Infolob. His career achievements have been focused on the development and implementation of diverse, sophisticated technology solutions to enterprise and government clients globally.

Prior to Infolob, Love was senior managing partner for high-growth defense contractor BrightDawn, and completed significant work in the development of enhanced communication services for telecommunications and wireless service companies including GTE (now Verizon) and Prosodie. Love founded and built several cloud-based PaaS and SaaS firms including Metacloud and Radnet (now Microsoft SharePoint), and led the large-scale growth and turnaround of Astyra and ADC’s Enhanced Services Division (now SS8 Networks). Called a “mathematical genius” by Richmond’s Style Weekly, Love won the 1999 Bellcore Engineering Excellence Award, was the recipient of the 1999 Financial Times Global Telecoms Award for Internet Technology, and won ADC's Engineering Excellence Award in 2001. In 2005, Dana was a finalist in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Virginia Region competition.

Love is a graduate of the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia, holds an MBA from Harvard Business School in Boston, Massachusetts, and earned a PhD in public policy economics from The University of Glasgow in Glasgow, Scotland.

About Infolob Solutions

Infolob is an Oracle software solutions and development company headquartered in the Las Colinas area of Dallas. Founded in 2009, Infolob works with clients in the areas of Big Data, Cloud Computing, and Managed IT Services, where we put in place technology that helps global companies automate complex business processes and achieve greater results. Woman-owned and minority-owned, Infolob has shown a CAGR of more than 100% through 2012, and has grown to today employ more than 120 skilled professionals, and maintains offices in Texas, Virginia, and Hyderabad, India. For more information, please visit www.infolob.com.

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