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BEIJING, May 14, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- eFuture Information Technology Inc. (Nasdaq:EFUT) (the "Company" or "eFuture"), a leading provider of software and services in China's rapidly growing retail and consumer goods industries, today announced that its Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Sean Zheng, informed the Company's Board of Directors of his decision to resign from his position with the Company for personal reasons, effective June 7, 2013. Mr. Zheng's resignation was not the result of any disagreement with the Company on any matter, including those relating to the Company's financial or accounting operations, policies or practices.
The Company will immediately begin the search process for a new CFO. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Company, Mr. Adam Yan, will assume the position of interim CFO.
Mr. Adam Yan, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of eFuture, said, "Sean joined eFuture over two years ago and has been an invaluable member of the Company's senior management team. He has made many significant contributions in the areas of accounting and finance, internal and regulatory control and investor relations. The Board of Directors and the entire staff of eFuture wish Sean the best in his future endeavors."
ABOUT EFUTURE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INC.
eFuture Information Technology Inc. (Nasdaq:EFUT) is a leading provider of software and services in China's rapidly growing retail and consumer goods industries. eFuture provides integrated software and services to manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, logistics companies and retailers in China's front-end supply chain (from factory to consumer) market, especially in the retail and fast moving consumer goods industries. For more information about eFuture, please visit
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