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PowerPlan CFO honored as winner of CFO of the Year

Kent Kelley named winner for Medium Private Company Category

Atlanta (June 17, 2015) PowerPlan, the leading provider of accounting, tax and capital budgeting optimization solutions for asset-intensive businesses, is proud to announce Kent Kelley, Chief Financial Officer, has been named a winner of the prestigious CFO of the Year in the Medium Private Company category.

Sponsored by the Atlanta Business Chronicle in partnership with the Association for Corporate Growth, the CFO of the Year Award recognizes Atlanta’s top financial executives for their contributions in identifying revenue opportunities, managing risk and achieving profitable growth.

“Atlanta is a world-class business community, and it’s a privilege to be included among such a talented group of nominees,” said Mr. Kelley. “The award is a great honor, and I’m thankful to everyone who has supported me, both personally and professionally, throughout my career. I share this award with the entire team at PowerPlan. Our success comes from our culture of collaboration, and each day we challenge one another to be our best as we execute against our business strategy.”

Kelley has more than 20 years of experience in the enterprise software industry. While he is first and foremost a "numbers guy," Kent is no stranger to the operations side of the house. In previous roles he has been responsible for leading sales and professional services teams, executing integration strategies and conducting due diligence on mergers and acquisitions. Before PowerPlan, Kelley held a variety of positions at Oracle, including Vice President of Oracle’s North America Tax Global Business Unit and Vice President of Finance for all of sales, consulting and marketing. Prior to that, he was with KPMG LLC’s Assurance Practice where his clients ranged from proprietorships to billion dollar publicly traded companies.

A native of Northern California, Kelley received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from California State University-East Bay.

About PowerPlan:

PowerPlan solutions empower asset-intensive companies to balance financial constraints, risk tolerance, and performance obligations with regulatory requirements to meet their strategic goals. The public sector, utilities, midstream oil and gas, transportation and telecommunications companies trust PowerPlan to manage more than $2.3 trillion in assets today. For more information email info@powerplan.com or visit www.powerplan.com.

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