Astreya Appoints Edwin Miller as Independent Board Member Press

Santa Clara, CA; May 7, 2014 – Astreya, a leader in IT service delivery, today announced the appointment of Edwin Miller as its first Independent Board Member.

“We are excited to welcome Edwin to our Board,” says Founder, CEO and Chairman of the Board, Jeffrey Freeland. “Edwin’s experience as a serial entrepreneur, his success growing and transforming organizations, and his deep insights in business strategy and analysis will serve us well as Astreya navigates its next phase of growth and evolution.”

Mr. Miller ( is currently Founder and CEO of 9Lenses, a SaaS company that empowers leaders to cut through business complexity by rapidly collecting organizational insights. He is a four-time CEO with 20 years of experience as a technology industry executive and an executive consultant. He has successfully grown and transformed companies organically and through acquisition across both domestic and international markets. Mr. Miller is sought out for his leadership, motivation, and business model assessment and creation expertise. He is known for adeptly analyzing situations, identifying strengths and weaknesses in financial and business models, and guiding companies to make changes as needed to execute.

Before 9Lenses, Mr. Miller served as President and CEO of Everest Software, Inc., Infodata Systems and iKimbo, and President and COO of XMLSolutions. His board service includes Spotlight Ticket Management Systems, Diamond Mind, MindShare Emeritus and Liberty University School of Business. He is an Adjunct Professor and Research Fellow at George Mason University.

Mr. Miller is author of the books, “9Lenses, Insight to Action: A Social Approach to Business Optimization” and “Snapshot9: Accelerate Your Business Performance.” He is a frequent lecturer on entrepreneurship, business, technology and corporate culture. Mr. Miller earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Liberty University and an MBA in Finance from George Washington University.

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