Mitchell's CTO Erez Nir Named Trace3 Outlier of the Year 2012 Finalist

Award Recognizes Information Technology Excellence

Mitchell, a leading provider of technology, connectivity, and information solutions to the property and casualty (P&C) claims and collision repair industries, has announced that its Chief Technical Officer Erez Nir has been nominated as a finalist for the Trace3 IT Outlier Award for 2012.

This nomination is featured in the prestigious CIO magazine, State of the CIO, January 2012 issue. The IT Outlier Awards is held by Trace3, a leading IT systems integrator that provides solutions and services for reducing IT infrastructure complexity and celebrates organizations, and the people within them that are using information technology to deliver innovation, demonstrate exceptional leadership, strategic growth, or improve relationships and culture.

"We are very excited to have many prominent executives nominated for the launch of our inaugural Trace3 IT Outlier Award. Every nominee went through a rigorous peer-based judging process. Trace3 considers each one as an Outlier and gives special recognition to this year's finalists," says Chief Executive Officer of Trace3 Hayes Drumwright.

"Mitchell is pleased to be a finalist in the Trace3 IT Outlier Awards, which recognizes our commitment to developing innovative technology solutions that form the core of high performance insurance claims management. We will continue to invest in the people, processes and infrastructure needed to empower client businesses," Chief Technical Officer at Mitchell International Erez Nir says. "At the end of 2011, for example, we announced a significant data center upgrade that gives Mitchell, and our clients, the flexibility, reliability, security, and scalability needed for future growth."

The IT Outlier Awards recognizes outstanding information technology executives who are building and leading innovative ways to solve today's business critical initiatives through technology. The winner will be selected by an independent panel of judges including CIO's, vice presidents, and prominent leaders from academia, business, and media within the technology industry. The winner is to be announced at Trace3's annual Executive Briefing Conference (EBC) at The M Resort in Las Vegas, Nev. on Feb. 2.

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