ATLANTA, March 27 -- Innotrac Corporation (NASDAQ:INOC) , a full-service provider of order processing, order fulfillment and call center services, is pleased to announce that Jim McMurphy has joined the Company as its new Chief Information Officer (CIO). Mr. McMurphy joins Innotrac from Capital One Financial Corporation in Richmond, Virginia where he served as CIO for one of their divisions. Prior to Capital One, he was CIO for Pleasant Company a division of Mattel toys and makers of American Girl Dolls. Mr. McMurphy was also an IT consultant with PriceWaterhouse.
Mr. McMurphy has extensive experience in IT as it relates to fulfillment and logistics. His depth of knowledge and experience includes expertise with Order Management Systems (OMS), Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) and call center applications.
"Jim`s background and credentials will be a tremendous asset to Innotrac, not only in terms of helping to effectively manage our IT resources, but also in the contribution he will make to our strategic decision making process," stated Mr. Scott Dorfman, President and Chief Executive Officer for Innotrac.
Mr. McMurphy earned both his M.B.A and B.S.B.A from the University of Missouri.
Innotrac Corporation, founded in 1984 and based in Atlanta, Georgia, is a full-service provider of order processing, order fulfillment and call center services. The Company operates fulfillment and call centers in various cities spanning all four time zones across the continental United States. For more information about Innotrac, visit the Innotrac Web site, www.innotrac.com . Information contained in this press release, other than historical information, may be considered forward-looking in nature and is subject to various risks, uncertainties and assumptions. Should one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize, or should underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those anticipated, estimated or expected. Among the key factors that may have a direct bearing on Innotrac`s operating results, performance or financial condition are competition, the demand for Innotrac`s services, Innotrac`s ability to retain its clients, the state of the telecommunications industry in general, Innotrac`s ability to maintain profit margins in the face of pricing pressures and numerous other factors discussed in Innotrac`s 2001 Annual Report on Form 10-K and other filings on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Jennifer Sekel Church, Investor Relations