Dimitri Boylan

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Dimitri Boylan (born 1960) is the CEO of Avature, a Web 2.0 Human Capital Management software company.

Prior to Avature, Dimitri Boylan co-founded and was the COO and later CEO of Hotjobs.com. HotJobs.com was a New York based Internet Services company and one of the most successfully Internet companies to emerge form the late '90s' dot com era. It became profitable in 2001 and was sold to Yahoo! in 2002, while many other first generation dot coms were collapsing.

HotJobs's Enterprise software product, built on the Netscape browser, won the Comdex award for Best Network Product in 1998.

Dimitri serves on the Board of Directors of Beijing based Internet company Zhaopin.com, a leading Employment Site.

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Boylan has a B.A. in biophysics from the University of Pennsylvania
Boylan did graduate research in X-ray crystallography at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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