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Dealigence Leadership in Online Negotiations Recognized At Worldwide Conferences.

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NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 6, 2001

Dealigence, Inc., has announced that its Chief Technology Officer, Prof. Oded Shmueli, was one of the key presenters yesterday at the Second International Workshop on e-Negotiations.

This program, titled "Negotiations in Electronic Markets - Beyond Price Discovery," is one of the highlights of the DEXA 2001 conference (www.dexa.org) taking place in Munich, Germany, September 3-7, 2001. Dealigence is the only e-negotiations software company invited to present at DEXA 2001, recognizing the company's ground-breaking work in creating practical systems for managing complex transactions on-line. Prof. Shmueli discussed the technologies used by Dealigence for automatically handling multi-attribute deals. He noted, "Dealigence is the only company with a working system that combines matching, scoring, and profile-based automated negotiation."

Prof. Shmueli will also present next week at the 27th Annual Very Large Data Bases Conference (VLDB) in Rome, Italy. At this conference, he will debut his most recent findings on the delivery of negotiation and marketplace functions as web services in a paper titled "Architectures for Internal Web Services Deployment." Dealigence's invitation to this premier international conference recognizes Prof. Shmueli's pioneering work in web services architectures for e-commerce.

Prof. Shmueli is an internationally recognized leader in the application of advanced database technologies for e-commerce. As a co-founder of Dealigence, Prof. Shmueli has solved some of the most difficult problems related to managing complex transactions on-line. He began his academic career at the Technion in Haifa, Israel, where he later served as the Deputy Dean of the Computer Science Department and continues to lecture. He received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. from Harvard University. Prof. Shmueli concurrently gained practical know-how by working at such industry giants as IBM, MCC and AT&T, and did consulting for HP Laboratories. He has published over 60 articles, which have earned him acclaim in the fields of applied mathematics and computer science.

About Dealigence:

Dealigence is the leading provider of solutions that optimize and accelerate negotiated transactions, extending on-line commerce to the world of complex deals. Using Dealigence, companies achieve true deal optimization, speed deal completion, reduce deal workload, and gain visibility into the true value of complex transactions. Dealigence solutions deliver value to both buyers and sellers, overcoming adoption barriers. By accelerating the pace of business, shrinking sales and procurement teams, and increasing deal value, companies achieve dramatic ROI on their Dealigence investment. Solutions include matching and deal-making systems for marketplaces, sourcing systems for procurement organizations, and offer generation systems for sales organizations. Only Dealigence provides the most complete, advanced e-negotiations technologies, including negotiating agents, multi-attribute auctions, one-to-one negotiations, deal-splitting, flexible matching, and real-time integration with existing systems. Dealigence solutions create value across a broad range of industries, from engineered goods and specialty materials to financial services, advertisement, telecommunications, transportation, travel, and others.

Please visit our corporate web site at www.dealigence.com.
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