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August 5, 2008

Optical Systems appoints new board member

Optical Systems, a provider of front office software for automotive dealerships, has announced the addition of Keith Orr to the company's board of directors.

By CBR Staff Writer

Optical Systems has reported that Mr Orr’s leadership and business acumen are clearly demonstrated by his success as CEO and majority owner of the esteemed Orr Automotive Group, which comprises eighteen new vehicle dealerships with twenty-three franchises in Texas and Louisiana. He has received a bachelor’s degree in business management from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1986.

Grisaffi, CEO and chairman of the board of directors at Optical Systems, said: We are absolutely thrilled that Keith Orr has accepted a seat on our board of directors. With his strong background in the automotive industry, we are very confident that his experience, insight, and vision will help ensure a promising future for Optical Systems.

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