International Business Systems (IBS) next reporting date February 2010

In accordance with the rules and regulations of the NASDAQ OMX First North stock exchange financial reports will be distributed twice yearly.

STOCKHOLM, September 15, 2009 – International Business Systems (STO: IBS B) the leading application supplier for wholesale and distribution, today announced that as a part of simplifying financial reporting and complying with the rules and regulations of the NADAQ OMX First North stock exchange, a half-yearly and an annual report will be submitted to the market. The most recent financial report covered the period January – June 2009 and was released July 21, 2009 and the next report will be an annual report for 2009 to be released in February 2010, at a date to be specified later. For more information, please contact: Oskar Ahlberg, Senior Vice President of Communications, IBS AB Tel: +46-70-244 24 75 oskar.ahlberg@ibs.net About IBS IBS specialises in differentiating companies from their competitors on the strength of their distribution operations. Founded in 1978, IBS has over 30 year’s experience of distribution in industries ranging from automotive and electronics to paper, publishing and pharmaceuticals. This deep understanding of distribution models and best practices is embodied in IBS’ global distribution system, which is enhanced with local expertise to create a unique system for each IBS client. More than 4,000 companies in 40 countries rely on IBS to improve their distribution operations – enabling them to achieve both increased profitability and higher valued services to the channel. IBS B share is listed on NASDAQ OMX First North Exchange Stockholm. For more information, please visit www.ibs.net

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International Business Systems (IBS), the leading business application supplier for wholesale and distribution helps companies differentiate themselves on the strength of their distribution operations. Founded in 1978, IBS has over 30 years of experience in the distribution industries ranging from automotive and electronics to paper, publishing, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage. This deep understanding of distribution models and best practices is embodied within IBS Enterprise, a distribution resource management application suite on which thousands of the world’s most successful companies now rely.

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