Choosing Their Global Leader

Uniscape selects former Novell exec Steve Adams

SUNNYVALE, CA  January 16, 2001  Uniscape, a global infrastructure provider for e-business, announced the appointment of Steve Adams to the position of president and CEO. Adams comes to Uniscape from Novell, where he was senior vice president of worldwide marketing. At Uniscape, he will be responsible for directing the company's global expansion initiatives.

We are thrilled to have someone of Steve's caliber leading Uniscape, said Alex Pressman, chairman and co-founder of Uniscape. Steve's unique combination of global expertise, customer and product focus, and proven management experience will be a valuable asset as Uniscape builds on its exceptional growth and momentum worldwide.

With greater than 300 percent annual sales and growth, more than 140 global clients and offices on three continents, Uniscape is the proven leader in the fast-growing e-business globalization industry, said Adams. I look forward to leading Uniscape in its mission to enable Global 1000 businesses to quickly enter international markets and to maintain a consistent global brand.

At Novell, Adams architeched Novell's One Net Vision, established Net Services Software as a unique market position for the company, and launched Novell's Directory Enabled Net Infrastructure Model (DENIM), a technology and architecture roadmap. Managing more than 400 marketing professionals, his responsibilities included global marketing, corporate communications, channel and partner marketing, and field marketing organizations worldwide.

Adams earned a BA degree from Middleton City State University, and a Master of Arts degree and a Ph.D. in English from Florida State University.