Park City Group Names Executive Leadership for New Industry Solutions Team

  Park City Group Names Executive Leadership for New Industry Solutions Team

Business Wire

PARK CITY, Utah -- April 2, 2013

Park City Group (NYSE Amex:PCYG), a leader in consumer goods supply chain
technology designed to increase sales and reduce out-of-stocks, today
announced that Bruce Christiansen and Sage Horner are joining the company. The
two supermarket veterans will form the nucleus of the new Park City Group
Industry Solutions team. Christiansen was named Senior Vice President and
Horner was named Group Vice President-National Clients.

This “Customer First” focused team will work collaboratively with Park City
Group’s strategic clients ensuring joint business solutions are successfully
implemented and drive measurable improvements in sales and inventory
management objectives while enhancing the customer experience.

“Bruce and Sage are accomplished retail and wholesale executives with
significant depth and breadth of experience in merchandising, marketing,
strategic procurement, and supply chain. The new Industry Solutions team they
lead will be consultants to our customers, helping each retailer and supplier
understand the best and most profitable way to sell more, stock less and see
everything,” said Randall K. Fields, Chairman and CEO of Park City Group. “We
are fortunate to have their knowledge and expertise working to help our
current and future customers.”

Bruce Christiansen

Bruce Christiansen has extensive corporate merchandising leadership experience
at national and regional retailers across multiple product lines. He has also
played a key leadership role for one of the largest grocery supply chains in
the country and organized several enterprise-wide business transformation
programs.

Most recently, Christiansen was Vice President of Supply Chain and Procurement
for regional supermarket chain and Park City Group user Haggen Foods. Prior to
that he served in consulting capacities at specialty retailer The Guitar
Center and natural foods company Better Body Foods, where he was Chief
Operating and Financial Officer. He also served as Vice President of the
Supply Chain Practice at Boise Consulting Group.

Christiansen had a 17-year career at Albertsons, Inc. /Supervalu, most
recently as Corporate Vice President, Home, Health, & Beauty Merchandising. He
previously served as Corporate Vice President – Supply Chain, Vice President,
Demand Chain Strategy, General Manager of the La Habra, CA and Salt Lake City,
UT distribution centers and Director of Distribution at the Fort Worth, TX
Distribution Center.

Christiansen holds a B.A. in Business Administration from University of Texas
at El Paso. He lives in Boise, ID.

Sage Horner

Sage Horner has more than 25 years of increasing responsibilities, leadership
development and result achievement within the retail and wholesale grocery
industry, including positions in marketing, merchandising/category management,
procurement and supply chain operations.

He was most recently Vice President of Sales of Boar’s Head Brand, and
previously served as Vice President – Merchandising, Marketing and Supply
Chain at natural/organic retailer Sunflower Farmers Market and Executive
Director of Procurement at petroleum marketer Maverik, Inc.

Horner spent 22 years at Albertsons / Supervalu, completing his tenure as
Corporate Director of Procurement. He previously served as Director
Procurement HBC/GM, Director of Sourcing HBC/GM, Project Manager (Strategic
Procurement Centralization Initiative), Supply Chain Manager for the
Intermountain Division and Grocery Procurement Manager for the companies
former Great Plains Division.

Horner holds a B.A. in Criminal Justice from California State University
Fullerton. He lives in Scottsdale. AZ.

About Park City Group

Park City Group (NYSE Amex: PCYG) is a Software-as-a-Service (“SaaS”) provider
that brings unique visibility to the consumer goods supply chain, delivering
actionable information that ensures product is on the shelf when the consumer
expects it as well as providing food safety tracking information. The
Company’s service increases customers’ sales and profitability while enabling
lower inventory levels and ensuring regulatory compliance for both retailers
and their suppliers.

Through a process known as Consumer Driven Sales Optimization^TM, Park City
Group helps its customers turn information into cash and increased sales,
using the largest scan based platform in the world. Scan based trading
provides retail trading partners with a distinct competitive advantage through
scan sales that provides store level visibility and sets the supply chain in
motion. And since it is scan based, it can be used in a Direct Store Delivery
(DSD) or warehouse setting.

ReposiTrak™ provides food retailers and suppliers with a robust solution that
will help them protect their brands and remain in compliance with rapidly
evolving regulations in the recently passed Food Safety Modernization Act. An
internet-based technology, ReposiTrak™, will enable all participants in the
farm-to-table supply chain to easily manage tracking and traceability
requirements as products move between trading partners.

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