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Eagle Ray accepted as an SEI Partner

For immediate release June 4, 2007

Eagle Ray, Inc. has today announced that the company has been accepted by the Software Engineering Institute, a Federally Funded Research and Development Center operated by Carnegie Mellon University, as a Partner authorized to provide CMMI training and appraisal services. Eagle Ray will be officially teaching the SEI’s Introduction to Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) class in addition to leading CMMI based appraisals.

CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration) is a Software Process Improvement Standard widely accepted in the Software industry as the illustration and documentation of “best practice standards” with which to guide World Class Software Development.

Eagle Ray, founded in 2002, is a fast growing woman owned business specializing in business transformation services which include business process integration, performance measurement, information assurance, and business improvement. “We are delivering a higher level of service to our client base by leveraging the CMMI framework along with real world experience. We have developed a methodology for helping our clients achieve maximum performance from their organizations by leveraging the proven structure from CMMI. We are very pleased to become an SEI Partner and we believe it is one of the best solutions we can offer to our client base,” said Babs Doherty, President and CEO of Eagle Ray, Inc.

For additional information, please contact Babs Doherty, President and CEO, Eagle Ray, Inc., at (703) 961-9637 or by email,