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MetaStorm Expands Presence in Asia-Pacific


Metastorm Introduces Distributor Deal with Pacific ICS, Expanding Its Presence in Asia-Pacific

London – September 29, 2003 – Metastorm, a leading provider of Business Process Management (BPM) software for automating, managing and controlling processes today announced a key new distribution partner, Pacific ICS. Pacific ICS is an Australian-based company, which partners with industry-leading technology suppliers. Under the terms of the contract, Pacific ICS will work with its partners across Australia and New Zealand to rollout Metastorm’s Business Process Management solution.

A number of major organizations, including State Rail Authority of NSW, Chubb Insurance Department of Finance and Administration in Canberra and several large local governments have already embraced Metastorm’s BPM solution within the region – a testament to its ability to effectively streamline business processes and help organizations improve efficiency and control and become more agile.

“There are very few IT products which can deliver instantaneous business benefits to customers, however, our customers are finding that Metastorm’s BPM solution delivers value to the enterprise within a few days of installation,” commented Larry Roche, director of Sales and Marketing at Pacific ICS. “The solution is proving to be a valuable business tool, due to its structure and the way in which it addresses business challenges quickly and effectively.”

“We very much look forward to building on our relationship with Metastorm and taking the e-Work solution into markets across Australia and New Zealand to drive Enterprise Process Advantage for our clients,” he continued.

“The BPM market is a global one, and we are working with selected partners throughout the World to deliver solutions into new markets,” stated Kim Lewin, vice president of International Operations at Metastorm. “We are extremely pleased to establish this relationship with Pacific ICS as a key distributor. This relationship is a significant step forward for Metastorm in terms of global reach to our customers, building on our recent customer wins in Asia and extending our presence into Australia and New Zealand. The Pacific ICS Group has a heritage of delivering high quality technology services and solutions throughout Australasia and we are very excited about working with them.”

About Pacific ICS

Focused on providing Australasian business and government with “Value Chain” enhancing products and services, the Pacific ICS Group in conjunction with its specialized solution and consulting partners, brings together Metastorm’s world leading BPM Platform with advanced business practices and professional services. Pacific ICS delivers its clients highly effective and adaptable solutions to meet the demands of today’s rapidly changing business environment.

For more information on Pacific ICS visit www.pacificics.com.au.

About Metastorm, Inc. As the leading provider of business process management software for automating, managing, and controlling processes, Metastorm is the only company helping organizations achieve Enterprise Process Advantage™ – a heightened level of business performance resulting from increased process efficiency, control, and agility. With a focus on complex, human-centric processes that are unique to their organizations, Metastorm’s 500+ global client base in manufacturing, financial services, business services, and government are achieving rapid ROI and unique process advantage in customer service, supply chain operations, risk management, and internal operations. For more information visit www.metastorm.com.

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