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Press Release - Josh Eno Named Chief Technology Officer of EquityNet

Fayetteville, AR -- EquityNet, LLC announced today that Josh Eno is joining the EquityNet team as its new Chief Technology Officer. In making the announcement, EquityNet CEO Judd Hollas stated, “We are extremely excited that Josh is joining our team as our new Chief Technology Officer. Josh began working as a consultant with EquityNet in 2006 and has demonstrated keen ability to advance our software systems and to develop state-of-art technologies for the future. His leadership will be essential in evolving our technologies and products.”


In response to his new role with EquityNet, Mr. Eno said,“EquityNet represents a special opportunity for me to apply my advanced design and development capabilities in a domain that has yet to experience the kind of sophisticated systems that EquityNet has and will continue to commercialize. EquityNet has a class A management team, and I look forward to joining the Company full time.”


Mr. Eno will be responsible for research and development of the Company’s software, database, and statistical systems as well as assisting in the development and management of intellectual property. He will be charged with advancing the capabilities of the Company’s current software systems and developing state-of-art technologies for the future. Mr. Eno began working with EquityNet in 2006 to develop the Company’s novel Risk Quantification System and has continued to advance it and other systems while taking an increasingly active role in the Company. Mr. Eno has over 10 years of experience in research and development of software and database systems for the National Science Foundation, technology startups, and Fortune 500 companies, including Oracle, Acxiom, and Wal-Mart.


Mr. Eno is a Distinguished Doctoral Fellow in the process of completing his Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of Arkansas, where he has pursued research in the areas of graph algorithms, data mining, predictive statistical models, synthetic data generation, bioinformatics, search personalization, knowledge extraction, and multimedia search. He has presented his research into social networks and recommendation systems at both academic and DARPA conferences. Prior to its sale to Lycos in 2000, Mr. Eno worked as a software developer for and subsequently as lead software engineer for, where he developed a PHP rapid deployment architecture for dynamic database-driven websites. He has also provided intellectual property assessment services and served as an expert legal witness. Mr. Eno earned his B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics and his M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Arkansas.