StreamServe to provide total communications solution for U.S Army's Logistics modernization program

STREAMSERVE TO PROVIDE TOTAL COMMUNICATIONS SOLUTION FOR U.S. ARMY'S LOGISTICS MODERNIZATION PROGRAM Boston, MA and Moorestown, NJ - (September 23, 2002) - StreamServe today announced that it has won the competitive bid to provide communication services for the U.S. Army's Logistics Modernisation Program (LMP). Beginning in September, Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE: CSC) and the LMP will deploy StreamServe's Business Communication Platform to manage global communications for all manufacturing, sourcing, distribution and transportation of goods and services related to the mobilisation of Army forces. During the implementation, StreamServe will work closely with CSC as they deploy the SAP enterprise resource planning system and deliver additional consulting and integration services required to reengineer and modernise the Army's logistics business processes. The LMP is one of several major Army modernisation initiatives supporting soldiers and various program management offices across the globe. The program was created to provide agile, reliable, and responsive services by leveraging best practices and technology that deliver world-class logistics and readiness to the warfighter and will advance with the challenges in the Army vision. As a complementary component to the Army's vision and mission, Team LMP selected StreamServe's single communication layer to enable the U.S. Army Materiel Command to reach its goals. Under the terms of the contract, StreamServe will team with CSC consultants to create an entirely seamless operation for the U.S. Army Materiel Command; once fully deployed, the StreamServe solution will interface directly with the newly implemented SAP system and produce over 2,000 reports and documents per day. Eventually, over 250,000 unique end-users, from field soldiers to office personnel to Army commanding officers, will have access to the reports via the Army's secure, password protected web portal. Users will be able to receive these communications in whatever format they request, including paper, fax, email, PDF, XML, or SMS via multiple electronic channels. Nick Earle, CEO of StreamServe said, "The U.S. Army/CSC contract is a significant win for StreamServe. It clearly reinforces our recent growth and increasing leadership position in the American market. In addition, this partnership with U.S. Army/CSC represents our ability to provide solutions to very large enterprises, and in particular, very large SAP installations." Hal Bennett, President of StreamServe Americas continued, "Our standing as the premier provider of Enterprise Business Communications software has clearly been validated by CSC and the U.S. Army's selection of our offering. StreamServe is playing a critical part in re-engineering processes for our country's defence system, and to be recognised in such an important arena is quite an honour. We are very pleased to announce this contract win and we look forward to working with both CSC and the U.S. Army." About the U.S. Army Logistics Modernisation Program A revolution in logistics business processes is central to effective support of future military operations and is also the cornerstone of the Army Materiel Command's (AMC's) efforts to balance readiness and modernisation. The Logistics Modernisation Program will modernise the Army's logistics business processes and practices. LMP will provide agile, reliable, and responsive services by leveraging best practices and technology that enable AMC to deliver world-class logistics and readiness to the warfighter and will advance with the challenges in the Army vision. For more information, please visit the web site at www.wlmp.com About StreamServe StreamServe is a leader and innovator in the fast-growing Enterprise Business Communications market, with over 3,000 customers worldwide. StreamServe is the only company to provide an independent platform for the bi-directional exchange of critical business information in any channel or format. This pioneering approach helps companies reduce the cost of communicating with distributed customers, suppliers and employees; increase the ROI from enterprise applications like ERP; and make all of their printed and electronic output more personal and customer-focused. StreamServe was founded in Sweden in 1995. Today, StreamServe solutions are distributed and supported in 130 countries. StreamServe alliances include major application vendors, systems integrators and e-business providers such as IBM, SAP, Oracle and Hewlett-Packard. For more information, please visit www.streamserve.com. StreamServe and Business Communication Platform are trademarks of StreamServe Inc. StreamServe - chosen by TIME Magazine as one of the 50 Hottest European Technology Companies in 2002. See http://www.streamserve.com/time -end- For further information please contact: Sheila Gibson Chief Marketing Officer Matt Cooper / Annalie cook StreamServe Inc Harvard Public Relations Tel: + 44 (0)1344 292100 Tel: + 44 (0)20 8759 0005 Fax: + 44 (0)1344 292102 Fax: + 44 (0)20 8283 4948 E-mail: sheila.gibson@streamserve.com E-mail: streamserve@harvard.co.uk ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker http://www.waymaker.net The following files are available for download: http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2002/10/01/20021001BIT01050/wkr0001.doc http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2002/10/01/20021001BIT01050/wkr0002.pdf