SuperMedia CIO to Speak at Dallas CIO Executive Leadership Summit

SuperMedia CIO to Speak at Dallas CIO Executive Leadership Summit

DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- SuperMedia (Nasdaq: SPMD  ) Chief Information Officer (CIO) Michael Dunn joins a distinguished panel of CIOs from across the DFW area to discuss Leadership Strategies and Innovation at the 2013 Dallas CIO Executive Leadership Summit. During the panel, Dunn will share ideas and best practices to create a culture of innovation to drive business value and the challenges and opportunities of applying these skills across business landscapes. The summit will be held on April 3, 2013 at the Westin Galleria in Dallas.

During his tenure at SuperMedia, Dunn has led technology transformation for the company. Dunn is currently responsible for managing the delivery and support of technology solutions that enable the online, mobile, print, and social network distribution of advertising for SuperMedia clients. He manages the company’s technology strategy and architecture, infrastructure support, application development, software quality assurance, and application maintenance for all information systems within the enterprise. Dunn is also responsible for the development and support of digital products that are offered by SuperMedia, including Superpages.com®, the Yellow Pages by Superpages® and EveryCarListed.com® mobile applications. He has been charged with leading digital product development as well as rationalizing the IT systems and operations supporting SuperMedia as a leader in local advertising for small and medium businesses.

For more information about the Summit, please visit http://www.hmgstrategy.com/events/speakers.asp?eventID=45

About SuperMedia

SuperMedia Inc. (Nasdaq: SPMD  ) and its marketing consultants in local communities help small- and medium-sized businesses grow using marketing solutions across print, online, mobile and social media. SuperMedia solutions include: the award-winning Superpages shopping guide mobile site and apps, SocialEze® social marketing solution and SuperGuarantee® program; search engine marketing, directories published for Verizon®, FairPoint® and Frontier®, Superpages.com®, website, video, search engine optimization and reputation monitoring; print and digital display advertising, direct mail solutions and EveryCarListed.com® to shop for new and used vehicles. For more information, visit www.supermedia.com.

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