14th October 2008

New COO Joins Tecagora Solutions

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Victoria – Tecagora Solutions Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Yida Mao as Chief Operations Officer of the company. With the recent release of Tecagora’s Snapact Photo Manager and Snapact Photo Sharing Community, Mao’s appointment is anticipated to catapult Snapact into the digital imaging and photo sharing marketplace as a strong contender.

Prior to joining Tecagora, Mr. Mao held influential roles with other successful technology companies in Victoria, most recently as Vice President Technology and Product Development. With a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from McGill University and an MBA from the University of Victoria, Mao possesses over a decade of leading and managing R&D operations for several rapidly growing technology companies. The software technologies and services produced under Mao’s leadership and guidance have reached millions of consumers worldwide.

“Coming from both the digital imaging and security software industries, I am very excited to join Tecagora to help fulfill the company’s vision of building the next generation of digital imaging management software and an easy to use photo sharing solution,” says Mao. “There is a growing demand for the technologies that Tecagora is planning to release and I look forward to contributing my knowledge, experience, and guidance to help make those technologies a reality.”

“At Tecagora, our mission and goal is to create innovative technologies,” states Bruce Kwan, President and Chief Executive Officer of Tecagora Solutions Inc. “Yida is an innovator and an inspirational visionary, who also happens to be an avid photo enthusiast. His appointment as Chief Operations Officer is a natural fit for the company. I am excited about Yida’s arrival and we look forward to further developing the company and our technologies with him.”

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