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[April 26, 2013]

GreenButton(TM) Names Marci Rodgers as Director of Marketing

(Marketwire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/26/13 -- GreenButton™, the leading provider of compute intensive and integrated on-demand cloud solutions, today announced the appointment of marketing communications executive Marci Rodgers as Director of Marketing. She reports directly to company CEO Scott Houston.

Rodgers is based at the company's US headquarters in San Jose, Calif. A seasoned marketer, she will spearhead all marketing efforts, including advertising, defining marketing strategies, marketing, lead generation activities and global branding. Her experience in brand and relationship marketing will bring new creative insight and energy to the GreenButton team.

"Marci is a skilled marketing executive with diversified experience in marketing communications strategy, brand management and product launches for high tech companies with a specialty in start-ups," said Houston. "Our team welcomes the opportunity to work with her on building global recognition for the GreenButton brand. Marci's depth of experience will further strengthen our position as a leader in on demand cloud solutions and high powered computing, while ensuring our continued acceptance in the Big Data and Enterprise market segments. We are extremely excited to add someone of Marci's reputation, talent and vision to our team at GreenButton." Rodgers comes to GreenButton from ECS Refining, an innovator in electronics recycling and asset management solutions, where she led the marketing initiatives. Previously, she ran a marketing consulting business as President of Next Step Strategies, where she provided high-level business development and marketing consulting services to a broad spectrum of companies in the technical and consumer/commercial industries. Rodgers was also employed at Flow Systems as Vice President of Marketing and Wente Vineyards as Director Business Development of a PGA Nationwide Tour Event. Rodgers has an MBA from Santa Clara University, and has a Bachelors of Science in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California.

"GreenButton has a tremendous business opportunity with a huge potential for further innovation and market dominance in the cloud computing space," stated Rodgers. "I look forward to working with a very talented team and top tier partners such as Microsoft, Dell, Pixar and others as we continue building an organization that delivers business results to a world-class customer base." About GreenButton™ Limited GreenButton™ is an award winning global software company specializing in On-Demand cloud computing. GreenButton delivers a turnkey solution for cloud-enablement, synchronizing data and bursting apps to the cloud. Enabling enterprises, independent software vendors (ISVs) and service providers to move to the cloud and access cloud resources, GreenButton provides a multi-purpose cloud platform for development and delivery of software and services. GreenButton's Cloud Fabric empowers users across all industries including digital media, engineering, oil and gas, financial and biotech, to leverage the company's rapid enablement of vertical applications to virtualized on-demand infrastructure. With GreenButton's unique feature sets, cloud-based applications across multiple private and public cloud platforms can be easily managed from one centralized and user friendly interface.

GreenButton is Microsoft Corp's 2011 Windows Azure ISV Partner of the year and the company's offices are located in New Zealand and the US. For more information, please visit http://www.greenbutton.com or follow GreenButton on Twitter @GreenButton GreenButton is a service mark and trademark of GreenButton Limited. All other product names, service marks, and trademarks mentioned herein are trademarks of their respective owners.

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