Close Names Daniel Callaghan Corporate Controller

Breadth of Skills Including Public Company Experience to Support the Company’s Fast-Paced Growth

Mountain View, CA – December 21, 2010 – Incorporated, the recognized leader in digital coupons, including online printable, save to loyalty card and mobile promotions, today announced that Daniel (Dan) Callaghan has joined the company as vice president and corporate controller. Mr. Callaghan brings more than 15 years of accounting experience in both corporate and public accounting roles to Reporting to CFO Rich Hornstein, Mr. Callaghan will oversee all aspects of’s accounting functions, including financial reporting, systems management and implementation, and internal controls.

Mr. Callaghan joins from ArcSight, Inc., where he was corporate controller for this publicly traded provider of world-class security solutions. At ArcSight, he was responsible for all corporate accounting functions and instrumental in the company’s initial public offering in 2008.

“Dan brings a rich history in the management of the corporate accounting function, including broad experience with IPOs and M&A transactions. He has a diverse accounting background both as a leader in various companies’ finance departments and as an audit manager with leading international Big 4 accounting firms,” said Steven Boal, CEO of Incorporated. “Dan’s broad expertise will help support our rapid growth and expanding presence.”

“It’s exciting to see’s leadership in the coupons industry, including the company’s technical and product innovation, growing user base and client roster, and dramatic increase in savings issued,” said Callaghan. “I look forward to helping steer the course on’s financial strategy as the company continues to set the pace for digital coupons in 2011 and beyond.”

Before ArcSight, Mr. Callaghan was at SumTotal Systems, Inc., a publicly traded provider of talent management systems, where he served as corporate controller. Before that, he was at Harmonic, Inc., a publicly traded provider of video delivery systems, where he was most recently corporate controller of accounting systems.

Before entering these in-house positions, Mr. Callaghan spent several years at two Big 4 accounting firms, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and KPMG LLP. At PricewaterhouseCoopers, he was a manager for the technology information communications entertainment practice. At KPMG, he was assurance manager for financial services.

He holds a B. S. in Business Administration and Accounting from California State University Los Angeles. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the California Society of CPA’s.