REDUCTION OF COMPANY?S SHARE CAPITAL AND

                                                                       
Done Solutions Corporation
Stock Exchange Announcement, March 31, 2004, 4:30 p.m.

REDUCTION OF COMPANY’S SHARE CAPITAL AND CHANGE IN STOCK-OPTION  SCHEME
REGISTERED

The  reduction of the Company’s registered share capital and the change
in  Company’s  stock-option scheme according to  the  decision  of  the
Annual  General Meeting on March 26, 2004 has today been registered  in
the Trade Register.

The  registered share capital was reduced, for no consideration, of EUR
7,420,122.60  by EUR 3,462,723.88 based on the reduction of  a  share’s
book  counter  value. The value of the reduction EUR  3,462,723.88  was
transferred  to issue premium fund to be used for immediately  covering
the  loss indicated by the adopted balance sheet. The new reduced share
capital totals EUR 3,957,398.72, consisting of 49,467,484 shares,  with
each share carrying a book counter value of EUR 0.08.

The  stock-options  under the stock-option scheme  will  entitle  their
holders  to subscribe for the company’s shares with each share carrying
a  book  counter  value of EUR 0.08. The registered share  capital  can
increase by the subscriptions with a maximum of EUR 118,721.92.


Done Solutions Corporation
Kari Åkman
President and CEO


For further information, please contact:

Kari  Åkman, President and CEO, tel. + 358 (0)205 253427, gsm  +358  40
586 5927, kari.akman@donesolutions.com

http://www.donesolutions.com

Distribution
Helsinki Exchanges
Major media

With  its shares having been quoted on the Helsinki Exchanges’ NM  list
since  2001,  the company is organized into three business areas:  Done
Logistics  provides comprehensive logistics systems, based on automated
materials   handling  and  supporting  information  systems.   Providor
Logistics   provides  distribution  and  warehousing   services.   Done
Information  provides multilingual documentation services and  software
solutions.  Done Solutions Corporation operates in selected  industries
in the Nordic countries, Central Europe and the United States.

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