OrderDog Names O'Connor Product Manager

New Hire Holds a Decade of Experience in Technical Quality and Service Fields

LEWISVILLE, Texas, August 31, 2006 --- OrderDog (tm), Inc., a technology-based company that provides neutral and secure third party business-to-business services to increase supply chain efficiencies in the natural products industry, has appointed Reid O'Connor to the position of product manager. As product manager, O'Connor will be responsible for coordinating the creation and delivery of OrderDog products and services to clients worldwide.

"We are very pleased to have Reid join our team," stated Richard MacKillop, CEO and co-founder of OrderDog, Inc. "He brings with him incredible experience and training in the fields of customer service and quality assurance that will further ensure the value and security of OrderDog’s products."

O'Connor comes to OrderDog from McAfee, Inc., the largest dedicated security company in the world, where he spearheaded a departmental global quality initiative. Previously, O'Connor held quality assurance and engineering positions with several companies throughout the U.S. and Japan. He earned a bachelor's degree in Japanese from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Additionally, O'Connor has completed education to certify as a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), and in various other technical fields.

OrderDog, Inc., www.orderdog.com, is a web-based system that enables manufacturers and retailers to connect online 24 hours a day to order and sell goods. Servicing over 1,400 retailers and 250 suppliers across the United States, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, OrderDog has proven to be the industry's foremost expert on supply chain solutions.

For further information on OrderDog, please contact Amanda Holty at 801-538-0777, ext. 106 or [email protected].

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