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This excerpt taken from the QADI DEF 14A filed May 13, 2008.
THOMAS J. O’MALIA
 
Mr. O’Malia has been a director since August 2006. Mr. O’Malia is the Program Director of the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurship Studies at the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business. Prior to serving as Program Director, Mr. O’Malia served on the faculty from 1981 to 1991 and again from 1995 to the present. Over his 40 year career, Mr. O’Malia has held several senior executive positions in the fields of technology and banking. He founded and was Chief Executive Officer of ShopTrac Data Collections Systems, Inc., a software provider that supports manufacturers in improving labor productivity and operational efficiency on the shop floor. ShopTrac was sold to Kronos in 1994. Mr. O’Malia has considerable experience as an advisor, investor and fundraiser and has successfully engineered six corporate turnarounds. Mr. O’Malia wrote and hosted the award winning distance-learning program Introduction to Entrepreneurship: Building the Dream, which is nationally televised on PBS University. He is a frequent corporate lecturer and has written or co-authored several books including The Entrepreneurial Journey and the Banker’s Guide to Financial Statements.
 
Mr. O’Malia is an independent director as defined under Rule 4200 of the National Association of Securities Dealers’ listing standards and has also been designated as an Audit Committee “financial expert” by the Board of Directors.
 
This excerpt taken from the QADI DEF 14A filed May 21, 2007.
THOMAS J. O’MALIA
 
Thomas J. O’Malia was appointed director in August 2006. Mr. O’Malia is the Program Director of the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurship Studies at the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business. Prior to serving as Program Director, Mr. O’Malia served on the faculty from 1981 to 1991 and again from 1995 to the present. Over his 40 year career, Mr. O’Malia has held several senior executive positions in the fields of technology and banking. He founded and was Chief Executive Officer of ShopTrac Data Collections Systems, Inc., a software provider that supports manufacturers in improving labor productivity and operational efficiency on the shop floor. ShopTrac was sold to Kronos in 1994. Mr. O’Malia has considerable experience as an advisor, investor and fundraiser and has successfully engineered six corporate turnarounds. Mr. O’Malia wrote and hosted the award winning distance-learning program Introduction to Entrepreneurship: Building the Dream, which is nationally televised on PBS University. He is a frequent corporate lecturer and has written or co-authored several books including The Entrepreneurial Journey and the Banker’s Guide to Financial Statements.
 
Mr. O’Malia is an independent director as defined under Rule 4200 of the National Association of Securities Dealers’ listing standards and has also been designated as an Audit Committee “financial expert” by the Board of Directors.
 
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