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 July 1, 1999

Freshwater nets 1,000th client for Web-monitoring software

BOULDER — Freshwater Software, a developer of Web-administration software for business applications, has announced that investing network Quote.com Inc. (www.quote.com) is the 1,000th customer to purchase its SiteScope Web-monitoring software.

Quote.com said it will use SiteScope to verify that its e-commerce and other Internet applications are executing properly. The number of companies using SiteScope Web-performance monitoring software has doubled in the past year, Freshwater Software said.

Such software is used to verify that e-commerce and other transactional processes are working properly and to alert companies of technical problems before they escalate.

A spokesperson for Boulder-based Freshwater said its customer list includes leading Internet-based/e-commerce companies, Fortune 500 firms, Internet-service providers (ISPs) and government agencies worldwide.

Donna Auguste, chief executive, president and co-founder of Freshwater Software, said more companies are realizing that technical errors and resulting downtime can have an immediate impact on their bottom line.

Freshwater Software’s customers include Barnes and Noble Online Bookstore, Citibank, DIGEX and Frontier Global Center. It is a privately held company with venture capital support from Mayfield Fund and Mohr, Davidow Ventures.

BOULDER — Freshwater Software, a developer of Web-administration software for business applications, has announced that investing network Quote.com Inc. (www.quote.com) is the 1,000th customer to purchase its SiteScope Web-monitoring software.

Quote.com said it will use SiteScope to verify that its e-commerce and other Internet applications are executing properly. The number of companies using SiteScope Web-performance monitoring software has doubled in the past year, Freshwater Software said.

Such software is used to verify that e-commerce and other transactional processes are working properly and to alert companies of technical problems before they escalate.

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