CEO of SPECTRUM Human Resources Finalist

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<p><strong>Denver &mdash; May 17</strong><br />Sybll Romley, SPECTRUM Human Resource Systems Corp. president and CEO, was named a finalist in the Best Executive category of the 2007 American Business Awards (also know as the Stevie Awards).<br /><br />Hailed as &ldquo;the business world&rsquo;s own Oscars,&rdquo; the American Business Awards are the only national, all-encompassing awards program honoring great performances in business.<br /><br />More than 2,000 entries from companies of all sizes and in virtually every industry were submitted for consideration in more than 40 categories, including Best Overall Company, Best Executive, Best New Product or Service and Best Corporate Social Responsibility Program.&nbsp; </p><p>Romley will be competing in the Best Executive category.<br /><br />Chosen to head Colorado-based SPECTRUM in 2006, Romley has grown the company into one of the top-five software developers in the Denver area.&nbsp; </p><p>For more than 20 years, Romley has played an integral role in the vision of how best-of-breed HR software can offer businesses better efficiency. </p><p>She is also an active voice in the industry, contributing new ideas, writings and service. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the International Association for Human Resource Information Management Inc. (IHRIM).<br /><br />&ldquo;Congratulations to Sybll on this well-deserved award,&rdquo; said Jim Spoor, SPECTRUM founder and chairman of the board. &ldquo;Her hard work and expertise have led SPECTRUM to be the successful company it is today.&rdquo;<br /><br />Award winners will be announced during the annual gala June 11 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City.&nbsp; </p><p>&ldquo;I&rsquo;m flattered to be a finalist for this award,&rdquo; Romley said. &lsquo;Without the solid team of employees behind me, this wouldn&rsquo;t be possible.&rdquo; </p>

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