Leadership

Ed Troianello - CPA - President

Ed purchased Quality Software Systems Inc. in July of 1995. His prior employment was with Edison Corporation and Affiliates, a prominent storage facility and parking garage management company, where he rose to the rank of Executive Vice President for the Parking and Mini-Storage subsidiaries. With aggregate revenues of $125 million, his responsibilities included 150 facilities employing over 1,400 workers nationwide. Ed also served with Amerada Hess Corporation, performing auditing and accounting functions after graduating from Villanova University in 1978.

Ross Arthurs – Director and Chief Financial Officer

Ross has been Chief Financial Officer of QSSI since June 2003, bringing extensive financial experience as a Partner in Princeton Investment Partners, Ltd. Previously, Ross was a Principal at TMB Industries, a leverage buyout firm and affiliate of Onex Corporation; President of the Imperial Division of The Pullman Company; Director of Mergers and Acquisitions reporting directly to the CEO for The Pullman Company; and CFO of The Neptune Measurement Company, a subsidiary of The Signal Companies. Ross earned his BA degree from Dartmouth College and M.B.A. degree from The Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth College.

William "Bill" Sivitz – Director and Chief Legal Officer

Bill has been Chief Legal Officer of QSSI since June 2003 and is a founding partner of Princeton Investment Partners, Ltd. Previously, Bill was Senior Vice President and General Counsel of The Pullman Company, Executive Vice President and General Counsel of The Chase Manhattan Mortgage and Realty Trust, Assistant General Counsel of Wheelabrator-Frye, Inc., and Corporate Attorney for W.R. Grace & Co. Bill is a B.A. graduate of Northwestern University and earned his J.D. from The George Washington University Law School.

Harry Swart – Chief Operating Officer

Harry has over 20 years experience (IBM, NCR, AT&T, Litton Industries, Matsushita, Tommy Hilfiger, Intermec and HK Systems), with successes in sales, marketing, engineering, and management. His broad expertise in warehouse optimization was developed through the leadership of a consulting company, directing a national systems integration team, serving customers as the head of several sales and marketing groups, and managing the technical development of WMS and TMS packages. Additionally, Harry started and operated a private company providing full, life-cycle consultative services to the warehouse and distribution marketplace. Harry earned degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics from Washington State University.