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A selection of recent announcements from the solution provider community regarding supply and demand chain enablement projects.

May 21, 2003 — Following is a selection of recent announcements from the solution provider community regarding supply and demand chain enablement projects. These press releases are, for the most part, presented as received in the iSource Business newsroom. Datelines have been edited for consistency, and trademark and similar notations, as well as "forward looking statements," "safe harbor" and similar notices, have been removed.



GENCO Helps Retail Giant Best Buy Tackle Returns

Nation's Leading Consumer Electronics Retailer Inks Deal with Outsourced Logistics Provider to Help Transform Returns into Revenue

Pittsburgh — May 12, 2003 — GENCO Distribution System (GENCO) today announces its signing of specialty retail leader Best Buy with the integration of a centralized returns management process and GENCO's R-Log reverse logistics software.

Best Buy, North America's leading specialty retailer of consumer electronics, personal computers, entertainment software and appliances, with more than 550 stores in 48 states, will outsource its complete returns center operations to third-party logistics leader, GENCO. Previously managing four in-house returns centers, Best Buy now will operate out of two centralized returns centers managed by GENCO.

"Genco's competency as a provider of reverse logistics services will enable Best Buy to process returns more efficiently and cost effectively," says Chas Scheiderer, senior vice president of Best Buy Logistics.

Implementing unique reverse-logistics strategies and cutting-edge technology solutions, GENCO brings Best Buy a more efficient handling of returned goods to increase accuracy, cut costs, provide real-time inventory visibility, and improve overall quality and customer service.

"We have two primary goals for helping Best Buy," says Dave Vehec, vice president, GENCO retail business unit. "We will act as a single-source provider of seamless management of their reverse logistics processes, including data management, issue resolution and software. We also will help them build and streamline strong relationships with their vendors, manufacturers and suppliers."

Due to a highly successful six-month pilot program between GENCO and Best Buy, the first contracted facility went live in April at Best Buy's Brownsburg, Ind., location. In May, the second facility went live in Fresno, Calif. After thorough examination of the facilities' existing procedures, GENCO is prepared to equip Best Buy with the newest techniques in streamlining the reverse supply chain to optimize inventory efficiency and product redeployment.

"Handling consumer electronics returns is more complex than in most retail categories," says Curtis Greve, president of GENCO's retail business unit. "This industry presents numerous conditions of returned, damaged, refurbished or overstock products that dictate heightened levels of product inspection and direction. GENCO will help Best Buy identify the best 'return' for any item heading through their reverse pipeline, while reinforcing positive relationships with vendors to make sure everyone's helping to maximize the process."

Recognizing the importance of vendor relationship management, Best Buy will be employing GENCO's Value Inspection Process (VIP), an instrumental program for consumer electronics retailers in streamlining credit reconciliation and lowering administrative and operational costs throughout the reverse logistics process.

About GENCO

Founded over 100 years ago, GENCO Distribution System, Pittsburgh, PA, is a recognized leader in full product lifecycle logistics management and reverse logistics management. GENCO services a wide array of retail and manufacturing clients including Wal-Mart, Unilever, Target, J.C. Penney, Kmart, Braun, Revlon, IKEA, LeapFrog, Becton Dickinson, Kimberly-Clark, Kraft Foods, Reckitt Benckiser, Hewlett Packard, Hershey Foods, Levi Strauss, Novartis, Eckerd, Master Lock, Moen and ACCO. For more information, visit www.genco.com.

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Domino's Pizza Selects EFS Network for Supply Chain Innovations

EFS Continues Its Exponential Growth

Chicago — May 12, 2003 — EFS Network, Inc., the premier foodservice supply chain solution company, today announced that Domino's Pizza, the recognized world leader in pizza delivery, has selected the EFS Order Management System. Domino's is implementing the EFS Order Management System to automate its purchase order-to-invoice processes with suppliers and to enhance data management capabilities. Today's announcement from the world's largest privately held restaurant chain comes just weeks after Domino's reported record earnings and system-wide sales for fiscal year 2002.

Domino's joins many of the industry's leading foodservice businesses that are already using the EFS Order Management System. As existing users actively spread news of the unique benefits of EFS, industry adoption has become increasingly rapid. EFS reports continued exponential growth of its customer base, which has doubled in the past six months.

"Domino's implementation of the EFS system is part of our continuous improvement in supply chain operations," said Jim Caldwell, vice president of procurement at Domino's Pizza. "Domino's learned about EFS from major suppliers who started using EFS solutions last year and wanted us to be aware of the opportunity to innovate our supply chain processes. We continuously work to optimize distribution operations, so implementing the EFS system is a natural step forward for us."

Dan Carden, Domino's national director of logistics systems, continued, "EFS offers a unique entry point for Domino's Pizza to develop electronic business relationships with our major suppliers and a means to streamline our procure-to-pay processes."

"Domino's Pizza is recognized as a leader and innovator in what they do," said Bill Lovette, President of Tyson Foodservice. "Tyson also utilizes the EFS system and we are delighted with Domino's involvement. Domino's implementation of the EFS system will enable a new level of collaboration with their supply chain partners."

About Domino's Pizza

Founded in 1960, Domino's Pizza operates a network of 7,230 company-owned and franchised stores in the United States and more than 50 countries. Domino's is the recognized world leader in pizza delivery with worldwide sales approaching $4 billion in 2002. Domino's is the largest privately held restaurant chain and the eighth largest of all restaurant chains in the world. Domino's Pizza is committed to leading the industry in product quality and operational excellence. On average, one of every five pizzas delivered in the United States comes from Domino's Pizza. Domino's Pizza was named the 2003 Chain of the Year by Pizza Today magazine, the leading publication in the pizza industry. Domino's employs over 140,000 associates in stores around the globe and at the world resource center in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Through its centralized distribution division, Domino's operates 18 domestic distribution centers that supply 4,800 of its pizza stores with more than 240 products including food ingredients, crew uniforms and equipment such as ovens. Domino's Pizza can be found on the Internet at www.dominos.com.

About EFS Network, Inc.

EFS Network, Inc. is the premier supply chain solution partner for the $411 billion foodservice industry. Applying a customer-driven approach to product design, EFS has earned the trust and commitment of the market-leading businesses in all segments of the foodservice supply chain. EFS addresses recognized needs for business process automation, improved supply chain dynamics and enhanced trading relationships. Enjoying rapid industry adoption, EFS' innovative products currently serve more than 150 major businesses including Cargill, FoodHandler, Kraft Foods, H.J. Heinz Company, Heritage Bag, Hormel Foods, McCain Foods, Nestle USA, Land O' Lakes, Perdue Farms, The Proctor & Gamble Company, Reynolds Food Packaging Company (an Alcoa business), Rich Products, The Schwan Food Company, Tyson Foods, Ventura Foods and many other major manufacturers. Participating distributors include Ben E. Keith Company, BiRite Foodservice, The Boelter Companies, BUNN Capitol, DiCarlo Distributors, DOT Foods, Ettline Foods, Food Services of America, Harkers Distribution, Martin Brothers Distributing Company, Mattingly Foods, Performance Food Group Company, Ritz Foodservice, SYSCO Corporation, Wasserstrom Company and many other leading distributors. For more information about EFS Network's innovative offerings, please visit www.efsnetwork.com.

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Fullscope Gains Momentum through Series of Customer Wins

Customer Base Grows as Companies Continue to Rely on WiseXE E-commerce Collaborative Platform

Ann Arbor, MI — May 12, 2003 — Fullscope, a leading provider of Collaborative Commerce solutions automating value chain collaboration, announced today it has signed 5 new WiseXE customers during the first quarter of 2003 that include companies such as E-One and Sonoco. Fullscope is allowing these companies to enable collaborative commerce between their trading partners and customers using its WiseXE product suite.

The WiseXE product portfolio provides Fortune 2000 companies with a complete software solution using thin e-commerce technology to seamlessly extend business processes to the Web. WiseXE leverages critical sales information, such as customer orders, quotations, pricing, invoicing and statements, that is traditionally maintained in back office ERP systems, and extends the business processes to customers and their partners collaborating and sharing information such as available to promise and delivery status in real-time on the Web.

"The momentum that Fullscope has gained in the marketplace through these customer successes is a testament to the value that WiseXE can bring to a company," said Don Springer, President and CEO at Fullscope. "Major mid-market manufacturers such as Sonoco and E-One are realizing the importance of implementing a solution such as WiseXE to access and share real-time product information and ensure better customer and partner communications for faster revenue generation."

Recent customer wins include:

  • E-One, a worldwide designer, manufacturer and marketer of fire rescue vehicles with more than 23,000 vehicles in operation around the world.

    "We were looking for a collaborative commerce solution that could integrate with our Baan system and make it easier for our dealers to order replacement parts for their customers," said Ted Stoddard, Director of Information Technology at E-One. "WiseXE was the best tool available for complete, easy-to-use integration with our Baan system. With WiseXE we will now have a simple, efficient way for our dealers to research and purchase our replacement parts online, which will help us better serve our customers while achieving internal efficiencies."

  • Sonoco, a $2.8 billion manufacturer of industrial and consumer products and provider of packaging services with approximately 300 operations and 17,400 employees in 32 countries, serving customers in 85 nations. Sonoco is currently implementing WiseXE in its industrial products and high density film operations to simplify and improve the efficiencies of its business processes and make ERP data available to its distribution centers.

    "WiseXE offers Sonoco a cost-effective way to leverage the data in our Baan ERP systems and increase the reliability of our order entry and shop floor data collection processes," said Bernie Campbell, vice president and CIO, Sonoco. "WiseXE allows us to reduce our internal process time to improve efficiencies within our organization. We expect a positive return on the projects using WiseXE, which will be in production later this year."

About WiseXE Suite

WiseXE is comprised of a complete product portfolio to meet the evolving needs of mid-market manufacturers:

  • WiseVIEW — a portal to connect to the back office to view customer information including order status, statements, invoices, inventory history, shipping details, and more.

  • WiseB2B — a suite of pre-bundled transactional business processes with supporting functions to leverage information in the back office. Enables B2B transactions in real-time including B2B sales, B2C catalog, order entry, warehouse inventory management and fulfillment, quotation entry, competitive analysis, configuration, and others.

  • WiseAPP Framework — a development environment that provides tools to create and customize forward facing applications that are tightly integrated to enterprise applications.

The WiseXE suite is currently available. For additional information, contact Heather Ward at 1-888-499-0100 ext. 228.

About Fullscope

Fullscope is focused on helping Fortune 2000 companies automate their value chain by extending ERP functions with a company's trading partners. By gathering, connecting and automating internal business processes and leveraging the information stored in ERP systems, mid-tier manufacturers can provide their customer service teams with the information they need, cost effectively, to build long lasting customer relationships.

Fullscope was founded in 1999 as a mid-market e-business solution provider. In February 2002, Fullscope merged with RedKlay, an enterprise solutions provider since 1995. Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Fullscope is led by a high performance executive team with successful track records leading mid-market companies into dynamic market opportunities.

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Houghton Mifflin Standardizes on Documentum Enterprise Content Management Platform

Expands Relationship with Documentum to Manage Rich Media and Enterprise Content across All Company Divisions

Pleasanton, CA — May 12, 2003 — Documentum, the leading provider of enterprise content management (ECM), today announced that Houghton Mifflin, one of the leading educational publishers in the United States, has expanded its relationship with Documentum by standardizing on the Documentum ECM platform across the company. Houghton Mifflin will implement Documentum company-wide as the standard content infrastructure for digital asset management, Web content management, collaboration and records management.

In late 2002, one of Houghton Mifflin's seven divisions, the College Division, selected a publishing-specific solution from Documentum that included Documentum Media Services for managing all rich media assets, such as audio, video, graphics and images. Based on the success of that implementation and operational efficiencies realized by the company, Houghton Mifflin chose to expand its use of Documentum company-wide. For more than 160 years, Houghton Mifflin has been a trusted provider of learning and entertainment publications for all ages.

"We believe that the features and functionality of the Documentum solutions, including the collaborative eRoom software and digital asset management, will allow our editors to better manage our content. We aim to exceed our customers' expectations in the world of digital assets and multiple media," said Ian McCurrach, senior vice president and CIO of the Company.

"In short order, Houghton Mifflin realized the power of the Documentum ECM platform and the benefits of a scalable, common repository to create, manage, deliver and archive all types of enterprise content," said Dave DeWalt, president and chief executive officer for Documentum. "Documentum is pleased to expand our relationship with Houghton Mifflin, as they represent another example of an industry-leading company that implements our products in a single division and then expand use throughout the enterprise for all content applications. It is further validation of Documentum's leadership in enterprise content management."

About Houghton Mifflin

Boston-based Houghton Mifflin Company is one of the leading educational publishers in the United States, with over $1 billion in sales. Houghton Mifflin publishes textbooks, instructional technology, assessments and other educational materials for elementary and secondary schools and colleges. The Company also publishes an extensive line of reference works and award-winning fiction and non-fiction for adults and young readers. Additionally, Houghton Mifflin offers computer-administered testing programs and services for the professional and certification markets. With its origins dating back to 1832, Houghton Mifflin today combines its tradition of excellence with a commitment to innovation. The company's Web site can be found at www.hmco.com.

About Documentum

Documentum provides enterprise content management (ECM) solutions that enable organizations to unite teams, content and associated business processes. Documentum's integrated set of content, compliance and collaboration solutions support the way people work, from initial discussion and planning through design, production, marketing, sales, service and corporate administration. With a single platform, Documentum enables people to collaboratively create, manage, deliver and archive the content that drives business operations, from documents and discussions to email, Web pages, records and rich media. The Documentum platform makes it possible for companies to distribute all of this content in multiple languages, across internal and external systems, applications and user communities. As a result, Documentum's customers, which include thousands of the world's most successful organizations, harness corporate knowledge, accelerate time to market, increase customer satisfaction, enhance supply chain efficiencies and reduce operating costs, improving their overall competitive advantage. For more information, visit Documentum on the Web at www.documentum.com.

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T-Mobile Achieves Significant Cost Reductions with Manhattan Associates' Supply Chain Execution Solution

Manhattan Associates' PkMS Enables T-Mobile to Manage Returns In-house; Streamlining Operations and Improving Customer Service

Atlanta — May 12, 2003 — Manhattan Associates, Inc., the global leader in providing supply chain execution (SCE) solutions, today announced that T-Mobile has successfully implemented Manhattan Associates' PkMS warehouse management system in its national returns center located in LaGrange, Ga. T-Mobile, operator of one of the nation's largest wireless networks, can now handle consumer and bulk retail returns in one center, alleviating its dependence on the third party it was previously using to facilitate the majority of its customer returns. As a result, T-Mobile has offset a substantial amount of the monthly operational expenses associated with managing these services in-house, while increasing efficiency in its returns center operations. T-Mobile joins a growing number of high technology companies leveraging Manhattan Associates' warehouse management solutions to improve their supply chain efficiency.

"Manhattan Associates' PkMS was selected after an extensive evaluation of several warehouse management solutions," said Glenn Joslin, national returns center project manager for T-Mobile. "PkMS has allowed us to consolidate our returns operation into one facility and increased our ability to manage inbound and outbound inventory in support of Upgrade and Warranty Repair & Exchange programs. As a result, we are now positioned to repair handsets for our Vendor Partners which minimizes inventory transit time and expenses."

With PkMS, T-Mobile can more closely track information about each phone throughout the returns process. Now, when a T-Mobile customer returns a phone for repair under the Advanced Warranty Repair & Exchange program, they are first shipped a replacement phone with a return label generated by PkMS, minimizing the impact to T-Mobile's customers. After the customer's phone is received by T-Mobile, the label is scanned and all of the relevant tracking, routing and return history information is available, which optimizes the returns process. This information also increases T-Mobile's ability to leverage the warranty repair and exchange agreements in place between the company and the phone manufacturers.

The T-Mobile returns center is currently handling approximately 8,000 inbound and 13,000 outbound phone shipments per day in support of multiple Customer Retention Programs. Manhattan Associates began working with T-Mobile in March of 2002 to define the requirements of the new, consolidated returns center system. The system was designed, quality tested and fully implemented by the end of October 2002.

"We worked closely with T-Mobile to design a solution that would ramp up smoothly and provide the company with the power and flexibility to meet its needs for years to come," said Rick Franke, vice president of professional services at Manhattan Associates. "In fact, six months after deploying PkMS, T-Mobile's returns center surpassed the shipment volumes that were predicted for the third year of operation — PkMS has performed flawlessly. T-Mobile is the latest of a number of high technology companies realizing tangible supply chain execution benefits from Manhattan Associates' warehouse management solutions."

About Manhattan Associates, Inc.

Manhattan Associates, Inc. is the global leader in providing supply chain execution solutions. We enable operational excellence through real-time collaboration, execution and optimization. Our solutions leverage state-of-the-art technologies, innovative practices and our domain expertise to enhance performance, profitability and competitive advantage. Manhattan Associates has licensed more than 870 customers representing more than 1,300 facilities worldwide, which include some of the world's leading manufacturers, distributors and retailers. For more information about Manhattan Associates telephone 770.955.7070 or visit www.manh.com.

About T-Mobile, USA

Based in Bellevue, Wash., T-Mobile USA, Inc. operates the largest GSM/GPRS voice and data network in the United States, covering 218 million people. T-Mobile also operates a "Wi-Fi" (802.11b) wireless broadband (WLAN) network in more than 2,200 public locations including Starbucks coffeehouses, American Airlines Admirals Clubs, and select airports nationwide. T-Mobile is a member of T-Mobile International group, the mobile telecommunications subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom, and one of the top three global wireless carriers in the world. Through its GET MORE promise, T-Mobile is committed to providing the best overall value in wireless communications by offering customers more minutes, features and service than any other carrier. For more information, go to www.t-mobile.com.

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Metastorm Powers Enterprise Process Advantage Helps Organizations Capitalize on and Measure Value from Unique Processes

Columbia, MD — May 12, 2003 — Business Process Management (BPM) software leader Metastorm today announced that it is helping organizations achieve Enterprise Process Advantage, a heightened level of performance, through the delivery of efficiency, control, and agility across mission-critical business processes. More than 400 commercial and government organizations use Metastorm's BPM software to power processes that are unique to their business — giving them "process advantage" and enabling them to achieve differentiation in a very dynamic, competitive environment.

Metastorm's unique ability to quickly automate, manage, and improve the complex, human-intensive processes that are the heart of organizational success is driving the achievement of Enterprise Process Advantage for its customers. This, combined with rapid ROI and an architecture that supports real-time changes to dynamic processes, is leading Metastorm's customers to leverage the BPM software across their extended enterprise — often including their suppliers and customers.

Organizations have found that their existing applications have not enabled them to fully leverage the value of their process capital, and they are now looking to BPM to complement their existing infrastructure. "Implementing software from SAP, Oracle, PeopleSoft, and Siebel has helped," said Eric Austvold, research director at AMR Research. "But because very few organizations run a single instance of the enterprise software packages and because there are rigid and often inflexible processes embedded in the software, the company-wide process improvements often have not materialized."

"Our clients want software that will serve as a strategic and operational weapon in today's business environment," says Robert Farrell, president & CEO of Metastorm. "Metastorm's focus on enabling Enterprise Process Advantage provides organizations the framework they need to eliminate process and communication gaps — in the areas that are most critical to their business — so that they can leverage their unique process competencies to drive success."

About Metastorm, Inc.

As the leading provider of business process management software, Metastorm is the only company helping organizations achieve Enterprise Process Advantage. By delivering operational efficiency, process control, and business agility across the complex, human-centric processes that are unique to their organizations, Metastorm's 400+ clients in manufacturing, financial services, business services, and government are achieving rapid ROI and unique process advantage in customer service, supply chain operations, risk management, and internal operations.

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Dixie Chopper Selects ThreeCore to Provide Procurement Services

Danvers, MA — May 12, 2003 — Dixie Chopper selected ThreeCore to develop a competitive market for wire form assemblies for their line of zero-turn-radius riding lawnmowers. ThreeCore's team of procurement specialists worked with Dixie Chopper's operations staff to develop and execute a sourcing program to reduce costs and consolidate the supply base for wire form assemblies.

The sourcing team narrowed down the supplier field to 8 qualified Midwestern suppliers. Each supplier was given time to review the technical requirements of the bid package and the commercial considerations. They were also instructed on the bidding process that culminated with an online auction. The process resulted in an overall decrease in cost that exceeded 30% with two highly qualified suppliers.

"We really appreciated ThreeCore's experience designing and managing a comprehensive sourcing process for production materials," said Bryan Beasor, Strategic Project Manager. "The auction was an effective tool for establishing the market price for our bid package, but it was the behind the scenes preparation that was the key to our success."

"Dixie Chopper has made a commitment to manufacturing their products locally," stated Tony Matysczak, Senior Materials Specialists for ThreeCore. "I am glad that our process helped to increase their competitive position while helping a U.S. based supplier grow their business. This is a great example where a reverse auction process benefited both parties."

Dixie Chopper

Dixie Chopper manufactures the world's fastest line of lawn mowers. With a proud history of innovation, Dixie Chopper was the first company to manufacture a mid-mount, zero-turn-radius riding lawn mower for lawn-care professionals. Today, the company continues its leadership position with the introduction of its new XT series. The XT series can achieve mowing speeds up to 15 mph and provides the most stability of any 60" or 72" Zero-Turn machine on the market.

ThreeCore, Inc.

ThreeCore is a professional procurement firm that enables manufacturers to source and manage production materials more efficiently. The company provides a range of services including project management, staff augmentation, and procurement outsourcing. ThreeCore's technology, audited supply base and expertise in sourcing production materials allow its customers to substantially reduce material costs.

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Welch's Selects the webMethods Integration Platform to Automate Business Processes with UCCnet

webMethods Workflow Capabilities Will Enhance Operational Efficiency and Enable Rapid Connection to UCCnet for Item Synchronization

Fairfax, VA — May 12, 2003 — webMethods, Inc., the leading independent provider of integration software, today announced that Welch's has selected the webMethods Integration Platform as the enterprise-wide standard for automating business processes. Welch's will integrate a variety of the company's internal applications and IT systems using webMethods' standards-based integration platform.

Headquartered in Concord, Massachusetts, Welch's is the world's leading producer of juice, jam and jelly products made from Concord and Niagara grapes.

"We view the webMethods Integration Platform as an integral component in supporting our customers through such industry wide initiatives as UCCnet and EDIINT," says Wayne Lemmerhirt, Group Manager of Applications Development at Welch's.

Collaborative EDI is the ability to extend and accelerate traditional EDI processes by incorporating EDI operations as part of a business flow, not as a single execution of document exchange. webMethods will enable Welch's to securely transact business using the EDIINT standard to effectively streamline communication across the extended enterprise. The webMethods Integration Platform is designed to give companies a rapid and simplified means for meeting customer requirements to automate business processes.

"The webMethods Integration Platform will be the infrastructure on which Welch's establishes business process automation," said Lemmerhirt. "We selected the webMethods Integration Platform for its ease of use and its wide-ranging support for industry standards. Also, it was the only solution that operated as a single product with many enabling technologies, all integrated together. This demonstrated an ease of deployment that is critical for meeting our desired goals in the desired timeframe."

Welch's also plans to standardize future technology additions on the webMethods Integration Platform so that it can maintain a truly integrated enterprise, optimized for business process automation across a variety of IT systems, such as, packaged ERP and custom developed applications.

"webMethods offers the only fully integrated solution for enterprise integration, making it easy for our customers to quickly deploy and reap the benefits of business process automation," said Darren Oberst, senior vice president and general manager, Industry Solutions, webMethods, Inc. "Standards like EDIINT are one of the many tools that help companies leverage the Internet to reduce the cost of EDI transactions and gain real-time collaboration with partners and customers. We look forward to working with Welch's to help them successfully deploy the webMethods Integration Platform for end-to-end business process automation."

About Welch's

Welch's, which had sales in Fiscal Year 2002 of $553 million, is the world's leading marketer of Concord and Niagara grape-based products, including grape juice and fruit spreads. The company produces a variety of other fruit-based products, including 100% juices, juice cocktails and drinks in the following forms: bottled, refrigerated, single-serve and frozen and shelf-stable concentrates. In addition, Welch's produces a number of fruit spread products under both the Welch's and BAMA brand names. Welch's Web site can be found at www.welchs.com.

About webMethods, Inc.

As the leading independent provider of integration software, webMethods, Inc. delivers the industry's most comprehensive platform for enterprise-wide integration, including complete support for Enterprise Web Services. The webMethods Integration Platform allows customers to achieve quantifiable R.O.I. by linking business processes, enterprise and legacy applications, databases, Web services and workflows both within and across enterprises. Through this seamless flow of information, companies can reduce costs, create new revenue opportunities, strengthen relationships with customers, substantially increase supply chain efficiencies and streamline internal business processes.

Founded in 1996, webMethods is headquartered in Fairfax, Va., with offices throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia Pacific. webMethods has more than 900 customers worldwide including Global 2000 leaders such as Bank of America, Citibank, Dell, Eastman Chemical, The Ford Motor Company, Grainger, and Motorola. webMethods' strategic partners include Accenture, AMS, BearingPoint, BMC Software, BroadVision, Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, CSC, Deloitte Consulting, EDS, HP, i2 Technologies, J.D. Edwards, SAP AG, Siebel Systems and TCS. More information about the company can be found at http://www.webMethods.com.

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