May 5, 2010

Three Pillar Global Welcomes Michael Dering to its Board of Directors

Fairfax, VA, May 5, 2010 Innovative thinking and game-changing technological product development have driven Three Pillar Global to enviable levels of success. Company leadership is quick to acknowledge, however, that the business experts constituting its Board of Directors have been invaluable in steering that drive in the best direction.

Continuing that trend, Three Pillar Global is pleased to announce the appointment of veteran technology business executive Michael Dering to its Board of Directors. With more than a quarter-century of managerial experience in diverse tech-centric industries, Dering has cultivated the growth and performance of several standout companies. He was most recently the president and CEO of ServiceBench, which specializes in developing and delivering on-demand service-management capability. Under his guidance, ServiceBench earned recognition by Deloitte as one of the 500 fastest-growing technology companies in America.

When asked why he welcomed the opportunity to serve on the Three Pillar Global board, Dering explained: “While still a relatively young company, Three Pillar has demonstrated the kind of visionary thinking  and more importantly, strategic follow-through indicative of entrepreneurs on track to endure. I’m privileged to lend my insights and expertise with the hope that it can boost the company’s ascent.”

In addition to outstanding management skill, Dering also possesses deep familiarity with software infrastructure — experience that complements the Three Pillar Global mission; having served as president and CEO of CrossAccess. He has also filled those same roles at Bell & Howell Mail and Messaging Technologies, and Bell & Howell Publishing Services.

Along with Three Pillar, Dering holds board positions with Cernium, Bridgeborn, Partsearch, StrikeIron, Washington Management Group/CCS, eXpresso, South 49 and MindShare. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Computer Science from the University of Maryland.