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<H2>Andrew Weiss MERANT CTO</H2>
<LI><H2>Joined MERANT in May 1999, focusing on corporate strategy and technology futures and aligning the company's technologies and services with customer business requirements.
<LI><H2>Also responsible for product management and operations for MERANT PVCS.
<LI><H2>Previously senior vice president for Advanced Technology at Fannie Mae. Spearheaded efforts to leverage information technology to reduce the cost of home ownership and to deliver real business benefits from client/server computing, data warehousing, object technologies, and the Internet.
<LI><H2>Prior to Fannie Mae, Andrew helped large global companies develop and implement IT strategies while at the consulting firm of Nolan, Norton.</H2>
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