Jana Moak, President and CEO, Control Module, Appointed to Connecticut Technology Council's Board of Directors

Appointment Underscores CMI's Commitment to Fostering Connecticut's Technology Community, Economic Impact and Ability to Attract / Retain Technology Talent

ENFIELD, Conn., Nov. 13, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- Control Module Inc. (CMI), the leading biometric workforce management and data collection technology provider, today announced that Jana Moak has been appointed to the Connecticut Technology Council's Board of Directors. With this appointment, Jana will help further Connecticut's ability to compete in the global technology marketplace by creating a vibrant, world-class culture of innovation that draws the sharpest minds and the brightest new ideas.

Jana Moak is the president and chief executive officer of Control Module (www.controlmodule.com), a leading designer and manufacturer of automated data collection and workforce management systems for time and attendance tracking, inventory control, work process management, and access control. This appointment follows her "Women of Innovation" Award, which was presented to Jana this year by the Connecticut Technology Council for fostering an innovative environment at CMI, which has enabled the delivery of aggressive customer satisfaction initiatives and brought groundbreaking products to market.

"We are fortunate to have Jana Moak sit on the Connecticut Technology Council's Board of Directors," said Matthew Nemerson, President & CEO, CT Technology Council. "In just a few short years, Jana has made a great impact on the technology community in Connecticut. She is a true believer in the need to drive innovation among people of all ages, and has brought her interminable energy and commitment to advancing Control Module, academia and the Connecticut technology community."

Jana also sits on the Board of Trustees at Tri-State University, a private, independent, co-educational institution offering associate, baccalaureate and master degrees to students in engineering, mathematics, science, computer science and business, among others.

"It is an honor to have been selected to sit on the Connecticut Technology Council's Board of Directors," said Jana Moak, President & CEO, Control Module, Inc. "This appointment helps fulfill my passions for education, technology and community; with one initiative. My goal is to use this appointment to help build programs that encourage young people to see the excitement and glamour of being a disruptor in technology, while helping to attract, retain and grow the technology community in Connecticut."

About Control Module

Control Module is the leading biometric workforce management provider, offering leading edge technology solutions for enabling the secure automation of time and attendance and access control. With over 30 years of experience, continuous financial growth and a strong history of innovation, Control Module delivers workforce management technology to companies around the world, including 160 of the Fortune 500, as well as small-to-medium sized enterprises across a variety of industries.

About Connecticut Technology Council

The Connecticut Technology Council is the State's industry association for the technology sector. CTC's mission is to "connect people, ideas and opportunities to the global technology and innovation community." CTC provides members with business assistance and specialized programs, in addition to promoting and supporting public policies that position Connecticut to have a globally recognized "culture of innovation" that helps attract great ideas and entrepreneurs to in turn develop new jobs and wealth for the state.


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