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CHICAGO, June 29, 2005 – LAWFUEL – The Law News Network – Dennemeyer …

CHICAGO, June 29, 2005 – LAWFUEL – The Law News Network – Dennemeyer & Co., a provider of software solutions for managing intellectual property assets, today announced that its flagship product DIAMS-XE(R) has been awarded two key Microsoft
Certifications – Certified for Windows 2003 Server and .NET Connected.

Dennemeyer has also joined Microsoft’s elite group of Certified Gold Partners. By qualifying for these important Microsoft certifications, Dennemeyer is able to meet the increasing demands of its clients as they seek to improve how they create, manage and commercialize their intellectual property. Dennemeyer leads the market for intellectual property solutions by being the industry’s first and only provider to meet the high standards of quality, robustness, security and scalability required for Microsoft certification.

The independent third party testing firm of VeriTest, the testing division of Lionbridge Technologies, Inc., provided certification testing.

“Receiving these important Microsoft Certifications further validates our philosophy in designing and building robust, scaleable, world-class software products for the intellectual property market,” said Hema Kadali, Dennemeyer’s Chief Software Architect. “This really is a testament to our development team’s focus on building quality software components using Microsoft technologies, and Dennemeyer’s commitment to lead the industry in innovation and technology.”

“Proven, standard technologies are critical to our
philosophy of development,” said Harish Sethuraman, Dennemeyer’s Director of Product Development. “Our design and architecture leverages the Patterns & Practices Methodology, which enables us to ensure the highest quality and reliability in the reuse of our core software components.”

In emphasizing the value of receiving the Microsoft certifications, Dennemeyer’s President of North America, Ralph Schroeder, commented, “Our clients are increasingly demanding more powerful and flexible solutions to meet their potential for extracting value from intellectual property. As organizations work with a more distributed IP process – across geographies, functional areas and with outside partners – our demonstrated ability to provide open, industry standard technology is critical. We are proud of our leadership in raising the bar on what customers in the IP market can expect from their technology providers.”

“By earning this Microsoft product certification for
DIAMS-XE, Dennemeyer has proven a significant commitment to their customers,” said Katrina Teague, Vice President of Marketing and Solutions, VeriTest. “This rigorous test is not a rubber stamp by any means and any product that passes the requirements and meets Microsoft’s standards is clearly a step ahead in the marketplace.”

About DIAMS-XE(R)

DIAMS-XE provides a leading, enterprise-class software
solution for managing all aspects of intellectual property, including modules for patents, trademarks, domain names, license agreements and other IP matters. DIAMS-XE supports the full IP lifecycle with a flexible workflow oriented system that conforms to an organization’s IP business processes. Based on Microsoft’s .NET Framework, DIAMS-XE is a browser-based application that provides the industry’s most advanced XML / web services architecture and components.

About Dennemeyer

Since pioneering the Intellectual Property (IP) outsourcing industry over 40 years ago, Dennemeyer has established itself as the premier resource for full-service, global IP management solutions. With a diverse client base including some of the world’s most highly regarded IP organizations, Dennemeyer’s reputation for high-quality, cost-effective solutions is unmatched in the industry. Dennemeyer maintains its global presence with offices in Luxembourg, Paris, Reading, Stockport, Tokyo, Chicago, New Jersey and Washington, D.C. For more information about DIAMS-XE and Dennemeyer’s products and services, please visit http://www.dennemeyer.com

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