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SAUSALITO, CA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 19, 2006--Triton Distribution Systems, Inc. (OTCBB: TTDS), a next generation web-based travel distribution service provider, announced today the appointment of Monique Jordan as Vice President, International Operations. Ms. Jordan has 20 years of experience in process re-engineering, business development and strategic operations for companies like SBC (formerly Pacific Bell), Hewlett-Packard and Intel. As Vice President, International Operations, she will be responsible for deploying offices around the world and ensuring their long-term liability and profitability.

Prior to joining Triton, Ms. Jordan worked as a professional management consultant for Applied Concepts where she directed an SAP conversion of an HR module for SBC. She also managed a similar project for the California Board of Education that resulted in “Connect, Compute, Compete,” a technology and education white paper she co-authored. Ms. Jordan was the Chief Executive Officer of Tramco where she was responsible for establishing the company’s vision, direction and overall strategy in the supply chain execution space. She also served as Chief Operating Officer at Cymbic Inc., an internationally-recognized integrated marketing firm. At Cymbic, she created and championed methodologies for more effective and decisive project management, defined roles and responsibilities, and created an effective team environment.

“Monique Jordan brings a wealth of experience and a solid track record of success in international operations to Triton,” said Gregory Lykiardopoulos, Chairman and CEO for Triton. “We are eager to have her join our team as we continue with our aggressive global expansion efforts.”

Ms. Jordan attended Sacramento State University, specializing in such diverse fields as Business Management, Psychology, and Systems Thinking. She is also a certified Total Quality Management consultant.

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