InfraTrac CEO Joins 2009 Mindshare Class

SILVER SPRING, MD – February 23, 2009 - MindShare has invited InfraTrac CEO Sharon Flank to join their 2009 class. Founded in 1997 by a local group of executives and business leaders, MindShare is an exclusive year-long forum for emerging companies and their CEOs.

MindShare's mission is to help CEOs from the most promising technology and life sciences growth companies in the Greater Washington Metropolitan region build long-term, successful companies by creating opportunities and a sense of community as well as fostering teamwork in a collegial environment.

Past MindShare graduates include Phillip Merrick, founder and CEO of webMethods (exit price $546M), Raul Fernandez, founder of Proxicom (IPO, then exited at $400M) and Chairman and CEO of ObjectVideo, Joe Crupi, CEO of Telogy Networks (exit price $500M), Amir Hudda, founder and CEO of Entevo (exit price $125M), Hemant Kanakia, founder and CEO of Torrent Networking Technologies (exit price $450M), Rick Kay, CE of OTG Software (exit price $455M), Ed Peters, CEO of DataDirect (exit price $88M), Rick Rudman, CEO of Vocus (IPO in 2005), Dan Simpkins, CEO of Salix Technologies (exit price $300M), Charlie Thomas, CEO of Net2000 (IPO in 2000), Lev Volftsun, CEO of Lightspeed International (exit price $200M), amongst others.

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InfraTrac uses light-based verification to protect products.  InfraTrac's patent-pending fingerprinting can be applied to drugs, cosmetics, plastic or luxury goods, to enable instant detection of counterfeits.  In hospitals, InfraTrac works with pharmacists to eliminate medication errors.

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