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Klocwork Expands Asia-Pacific Reach With AVOGA

Klocwork Expands Asia-Pacific Reach With AVOGA

Klocwork Signs Reseller Agreement to Establish Australian - New Zealand Presence

BURLINGTON, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 04, 2006 -- Klocwork, Inc., the proven leader in delivering automated software solutions that improve software security and quality, today announced it has further extended its sales channel into Australia and New Zealand by agreeing to a reseller partnership with AVOGA. AVOGA is one of Australia's leading IT services and consulting firms specializing in the delivery of high-quality solutions by trained IT experts. AVOGA's proven Canvas Methodology provides a complete process guide and set of resources to assist a software development project team to move from building a business case all the way through to conducting post-implementation reviews. Through this partnership, AVOGA will provide the Klocwork K7 static analysis solution to clients that are interested in improving the overall quality and security of their software.

"The increasing demand in Australia and New Zealand for best-in-class static analysis testing shows that the commitment to developing quality software is truly a global issue," said Danny Baldwin, Klocwork's vice president of business development. "Our joint customers will benefit greatly by the combination of Klocwork K7 with AVOGA's Canvas Methodology. The opportunity to broaden our reach into these markets with a recognized leader in AVOGA as our partner is critical to our sales and growth plan."

"Our customers are serious about developing secure and high-quality products," said Lynda Chapman, CEO and Co-Founder of AVOGA. "By partnering with Klocwork, we now have the ability to provide them with a proven solution that allows them to cost-effectively manage any software defects or security vulnerabilities within their programs. AVOGA has already used Klocwork in some of Australia's largest organisations, helping find security vulnerabilities and code defects before they become critical."

Klocwork's award-winning static analysis suite enables cross-functional development teams to quickly identify software defects and vulnerabilities. With K7, users can find defects quickly with greater thoroughness and accuracy. The solution easily integrates with complex build systems and will automatically recognize any changes to a customer's build, ensuring the Klocwork integration is maintained. Klocwork recently has expanded the breadth of security vulnerability analysis by adding 44 new vulnerability checkers across Java, C, and C++. Klocwork K7 also features ARM Compiler and Java 1.5 support.

About Klocwork

Klocwork's automated static analysis products detect and prevent software defects and security vulnerabilities. Our products provide entire development teams with tools to identify the root causes of software quality and security problems, track them throughout their software development process, ensure that they have been removed, and prevent them from reoccurring. Klocwork's patented technology was developed in 1996, and has delivered significant ROI to over 90 customers -- many of them Fortune 500 accounts, known for having the most demanding software development environments in the world. Klocwork is a privately held company with offices in Burlington, Mass., San Jose, Calif., Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, and Ottawa.

About AVOGA

AVOGA is a growing Australian IT services and consulting company. Founded in 1999, AVOGA provides great people and best practices to ensure the delivery of high quality solutions, faster and with "no surprises."

With the fundamental value of "no surprises," AVOGA has strategic partnerships with more than 60 major commercial and government clients in a variety of industries. Some of the biggest organisations in Australia trust AVOGA.

www.avoga.com.au

Klocwork and the Klocwork logo are registered trademarks of Klocwork, Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. All other names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

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