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QMI - SAI Global Appoints President

August 12, 2009
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Chris Jouppi

CLEVELAND- Chris Jouppi has been appointed president of QMI - SAI Global, a management system registrar. Jouppi holds a bachelor degree in electrical engineering and a MBA in international business.

"Chris’ extensive experience, international exposure and proven results will help us maintain QMI - SAI Global’s leadership position in North America and increase market share in the Americas and around the globe," says Tony Scotton, president and chief executive officer, SAI Global.

"I am excited to be joining QMI - SAI Global,” says Jouppi. “I look forward to serving our America’s customers as well as focusing on growing and delivering exceptional value to our global customer base.”

Jouppi replaces Wendy Tilford, who has resigned from her position. Wendy has led QMI - SAI Global since April of 2002.

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