NxtPhase welcomes Bill Lackey as Northeast Regional Manager

VANCOUVER, BC, June 2, 2003 – NxtPhase Corp. recently hired Bill Lackey as Northeast Regional Sales Manager. Lackey will be responsible for developing market channels, supporting sales representatives and establishing executive customer relationships in northeastern USA and eastern Canada.

Bill is also responsible to achieve revenue and profitability objectives already established for the region.

“NxtPhase products represent a real opportunity for many utilities,” Lackey commented. “I look forward to helping customers understand how a NxtPhase solution can create value for their applications.”

Based in North Carolina, Lackey is a veteran of the power transmission and distribution equipment industry with over 30 years experience in sales and marketing management for Westinghouse, Rolls-Royce and Siemens. Most recently, Lackey was General Manager of Siemens Power Transformer Operations in the USA. He is an electrical engineering graduate of Oklahoma State University.

“Bill Lackey is extremely experienced in the transmission and distribution industry, and has a track record of putting customer needs first in everything he does,” commented Tim Leyshock, Vice President at NxtPhase. “I am delighted to have Bill as part of our team here at NxtPhase.”

Bill may be reached at 919 367-8691 or blackey@nxtphase.com.

Bill replaces former Northeast Regional Manager, Jeff Vaughan, who recently assumed the position of Director of Product Management, Relays and Recorders.

About NxtPhase

NxtPhase Corporation provides digital and fiber optic solutions that will change the way high-voltage electric power is managed in a competitive electric power industry. Optical sensing products offer more accurate digital information, broader dynamic range, wider bandwidth, improved safety, and environmental benefits compared with conventional technologies. The NxtPhase relay and recorder line provides smart, easy-to-use protection and monitoring of electrical power systems. Future development will enhance the ability to use data interactively across the electric power grid.

NxtPhase is a privately held corporation with development and manufacturing offices in Phoenix, Arizona; Vancouver, British Columbia; and Winnipeg, Manitoba. Find out more about innovative NxtPhase solutions at www.nxtphase.com.

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