September 1, 2001

NetXposure partners with Adobe Systems to support new AlterCast Dynamic Imaging Server

Portland, OR, 2001 September

NetXposure, Inc. is pleased to announce that it is one of the first companies to have partnered with Adobe Systems to support Adobe’ s new AlterCast dynamic imaging server, announced today at the Seybold Conference in San Francisco.

Adobe Systems is the leader in network publishing, and with AlterCast Adobe provides a solution that automates the time-consuming process of creating and repurposing Web and print imagery. AlterCast is based on Adobe’ s award-winning Photoshop and Illustrator technology and file formats, and features an open architecture that was designed to intregrate with a broad range of applications.

NetXposure’ s enterprise software helps global corporations manage and deliver content ready for print, Web and wireless. NetXposure has already integrated AlterCast with its own Exogen software system to provide clients with powerful solutions for managing and serving images.

“For years, we have had databases and applications capable of delivering dynamic data but images to date have remained static,” said Jason Wehling, Executive Vice President and CTO for NetXposure. “Adobe AlterCast is truly groundbreaking in that it brings the power of dynamic control over high quality images to content management and e-commerce solutions.”

NetXposure is part of the Adobe Solutions Network, and as such provides the highest level of service for AlterCast, including software integration, services, sales, and support. For further information on Adobe AlterCast or NetXposure Exogen, please contact NetXposure.

July 1, 2001

NetXposure and Salomon featured in FlashForward 2001 keynote

New York, NY, 2001 July

NetXposure, Inc. is pleased to announce that its work for Salomon North America will be featured in the keynote address at FlashForward2001, beginning today in New York City. FlashForward is the premier conference for developers and designers who have gathered around the Macromedia SWF format. The keynote for FlashFoward2001 in New York will be delivered by Kevin Lynch, President of Products for Macromedia.

John Blake, Product Manager for NetXposure, will present the work for Salomon with Mr. Lynch during the keynote. NetXposure implemented its Exogen application engine to create a powerful extranet for employees of retailers that handle Salomon goods. Salomon employees manage this extranet via a web-based application interface which NetXposure created using components built in Flash, giving them full access to Exogen’ s functionality from any location.

“We are very excited to be able to show our application and interface to the Flash community. We were very eager to provide Salomon administrators with both the flexibility of web access and an intuitive interface for Exogen. Flash allowed us to achieve both goals without compromise,” said Blake.

Further information on the Salomon extranet project can be found on or by contacting NetXposure.