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Greater Richmond Technology Council Announces Finalists For 2003 Awards Program; Eighth Annual Event Sponsored by Capital One.

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RICHMOND, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 23, 2003

The Greater Richmond Technology Council has announced this year's finalists for its Eighth Annual Greater Richmond Technology Awards Program to be held on May 1, 2003 at the Richmond Marriott.

Sponsored by Capital One, the annual Technology Stars Awards Gala has become the premier event honoring outstanding individuals, corporate and community leaders, entrepreneurs and pioneers in the Greater Richmond region. Last year's event attracted more than 600 key technology leaders from all over the region.

This year's categories and finalists are:

-- IBM's Leadership Award - That individual whose leadership has

served as a key catalyst for positive technology-related

activity in the Greater Richmond community.

1. Mr. Glenn Davis, President and CEO, BranCore Technologies, LLC

2. S. Brian Farmer, Esq., Business Section Partner, Hirschler Fleischer

3. Ms. Paula S. Gulak, Partner, SyCom Technologies

4. Delegate Sam A. Nixon, Virginia General Assembly

5. Mr. Mark Spenik, Vice President, Venturi Technology Partners

-- Deloitte & Touche's Emerging Company Award - That local

technology company whose recent growth, accomplishments or

prospects demonstrate the ability to achieve commercial

success.

1. NetTelcos, Inc.

2. Payerpath, Inc.

3. Shippers Commonwealth, LLC

4. SnagAJob, Inc.

5. Voice Technologies, Inc.

-- Infineon Technologies' Technology Innovation Award - That

organization's new technology or use of technology that

holds significant promise.

1. Environmental Solutions, Inc.

2. NaWire, LLC

3. OrbitalMed, LLC

4. PhysioAdvantage, LLC

5. Vianix

-- Ernst & Young's Community Support Award - That

technology-based organization whose efforts -- beyond the

normal course of business -- have enhanced access to and use

of technology in the Greater Richmond area.

1. Community Pride Food Stores, Inc.

2. DNDS.com

3. Investment Management Enterprise

4. The Campus Community Partnership of Metro Richmond (ConnectRichmond)

5. Virginia Biosciences Development Center

-- Computer Resource Teams' Technology SkillBuilder Award -

That institution or organization that executes its mission

by integrating and promoting technology as an integral

part of the learning or work experience.

1. ChemEngine

2. Community College Workforce Alliance/ JSR Circuit Rider Program

3. Engineering Specialty Center Highland Springs High School

4. kSERO Corporation, Inc.

5. Rainbow Station

-- Reed Smith's IT Builders Award - That local information

technology company that demonstrates an outstanding ability to

deliver technology-enabled business transformation solutions

to its clients.

1. CapTech Ventures, Inc.

2. Computer Resource Team, Inc.

3. Ironworks Consulting, LLC

4. The Computer Solution Company, Inc.

5. Xperts, Inc.

Tickets for the May 1 event can be purchased online at www.richtech.com. Costs for the event are $125.00 for Members and $150.00 for Non-Members.

About Greater Richmond Technology Council

Founded in 1989, The Greater Richmond Technology Council is a member-driven association of businesses and organizations working together to ensure the continued growth of Central Virginia's dynamic technology-based economy. The Council includes both Technology and Associate members dedicated to the development of an infrastructure that supports the growth of existing technology industries and identifies the Greater Richmond region as a location of choice for new and emerging technology companies. Today, the council consists of more than 400 members from a wide array of industries, including manufacturing, biotech, information technology, telecommunications, government and e-commerce. For more information, please contact the Greater Richmond Technology Council at 804/379-1177 or log-on to the Internet at www.richtech.com.
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