SOURCE: Peer to Peer Network

Peer to Peer Network

November 17, 2015 09:00 ET

Peer to Peer Network Announces the Addition of Gregory S. Smith to Its Board of Advisors

PEABODY, MA--(Marketwired - Nov 17, 2015) - Peer to Peer Network (OTC PINK: PTOP) is pleased to announce that one of the most influential, recognized CIOs in the country has joined its Advisory Board.

Christopher Esposito, Peer to Peer Networks' CEO, said, "We are pleased to welcome Gregory Smith to our Board of Advisors, he is considered one of the most experienced and influential CIO professionals with over 25 years of IT experience and business acumen that is second to none."

Gregory S. Smith is an internationally recognized IT executive with 26 years of experience managing complex IT and business systems. Mr. Smith serves as the Chief Information Officer for ASHP, a Bethesda Maryland based organization dedicated to advancing pharmacy practices worldwide. Previously, Mr. Smith served for a total of 15 years as the Chief Information Officer for the Pew Charitable Trusts and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Mr. Smith's for-profit experience combines IT / business acumen from defense, financial services, and consulting experience from SRA International, through SallieMae and completing as a Principal with PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP. Gregory S. Smith is an honoree of several awards including: SmartCEO magazine Top 10 CIOs in Washington DC, Computer World magazine Premier 100 IT Leaders, CIO magazine CIO 100 and eWeek magazine Top 100 CIOs. Mr. Smith was also recognized as one of the Top 100 Most Influential CIOs by CIO Insight magazine.

Mr. Smith is the author of Straight to the Top: CIO Leadership in a Mobile, Social, and Cloud-based World (Wiley 2013), How to Protect Your Children on the Internet: A Road Map for Parents and Teachers (Greenwood 2007) and Straight to the Top: Becoming a World-Class CIO (Wiley 2006). Mr. Smith received a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland at College Park and an M.S. in Business from The Johns Hopkins University. He served for 10 years as an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University in the Carey Graduate Business School. Mr. Smith currently serves as an adjunct professor at Georgetown University. For more information about Mr. Smith, please see www.gregoryssmith.com.

About Peer to Peer Network:
Peer to Peer Network ("PTOP") owns and markets its core technology, a cloud based SaaS mobile solution branded C2A MobiCard, a scalable mobile business card software platform that enables users to create, share, track and analyze leads and referrals in real time http://www.freemobicard.com

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