January 15, 2007, 12:00 AM

Sterling Commerce CEO Samuel Starr dies

Samuel Starr, president and CEO of supply chain technology company Sterling Commerce, died Dec. 31 after a brief hospitalization.

 

Samuel Starr, president and CEO of supply chain technology company Sterling Commerce, died Dec. 31 after a brief hospitalization, the company reports.

Starr, who was 47, joined Sterling Commerce in 2000 and helped to expand its offerings into multi-enterprise collaboration software and services. Prior to serving as president and CEO, Starr was chief operating officer.

Before joining Sterling Commerce, which is a unit of AT&T; Inc., Starr held management positions at Bank One Corp. and Claremont Technology Group Inc.

 

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