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Exstream Software Jumps to #238 from #285 on Software 500

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Exstream Software, Inc. today announced that its ranking rose from #285 in 2004 to #238 in 2005 among the Software 500, Software Magazine's 24th annual listing of the world's foremost software and services providers. The Software 500 ranking is based on total worldwide software and service revenue for 2005, a year Software Magazine described overall by saying "revenue and employee head count [remained] flat." The data shows that only 144 companies (28%) of the Software 500 grew by more than 25% over 2005. Exstream beat the curve by achieving an above-average 37% growth rate, placing the company in the top one-third of all companies on the list. "The 2005 Software 500 results reflect shifts in the U.S. and world economies towards companies offering integration services and software as a service, with the most successful companies concentrating on higher degrees of automation and customer self-service," said John P. Desmond, editor of Software Magazine and Softwaremag.com. Exstream provides enterprise software solutions for businesses around the world to streamline document creation processes and produce higher quality, relevant communications of all types for delivery through print/mail and online channels. The company's market-leading Dialogue enterprise personalization software provides a comprehensive platform for creating, personalizing and delivering any type of document through the preferred channel. Companies that adopt the Dialogue platform get to market with critical communications up to 85 percent faster, reduce document development and production costs by as much as 80 percent, and can triple response rates and improve customer satisfaction through more relevant, clearer communications. "We are thrilled to be among the top one-third technology companies worldwide in annual growth," said Davis Marksbury, president and CEO of Exstream. "I attribute our success to staying on course and focused with our top two corporate goals: 1) achieve 100 percent satisfaction amongst our clients, and 2) provide world class products and services. We have an incredibly dedicated and talented employee base at Exstream, whose hard work and commitment to meeting and surpassing these goals has become the hallmark of our corporate culture." Exstream provides direct sales, services and support to Fortune 1000 companies around the world from its offices in the USA, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Norway and Australia. Marketing partners include Xerox, IBM, KEL in Japan, Blue Turtle in South Africa, and Digipro in Mexico. Companies on Exstream's impressive client list include AT&T, American Express, ING, Charles Schwab, Baltimore Gas & Electric, CIGNA, HSBC, JPMorgan Chase, AFLAC, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Total in France, State of California, Merrill Lynch, Carnival Cruise Lines and many others in the financial services, banking, insurance, service provider, telecommunications, utilities, retail, hospitality, government and other industries.




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