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Granitar Systems and FutureTense Partner to Deliver Web Publishing Solutions.

FRAMINGHAM, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 6, 1999--

Granitar Systems, Inc., and FutureTense, Inc., today announced that Granitar has joined the FutureTense Business Partner Program to design, build and implement Internet publishing solutions. FutureTense is a leading developer of next-generation Web publishing solutions, while Granitar provides Web consulting and systems integration geared to e-Business. The two companies are currently working together to provide solutions to American Lawyer Media, Community Newspaper Company, The Washington Post, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and Netscape Communications Corporation.

"Granitar has developed true expertise in the intricacies associated with Web publishing by working closely with our Internet Publishing System (IPS) since its introduction," said Ronald J. Matros, president and CEO of FutureTense. "We've built a very successful track record with Granitar; they've proven to be a great partner in implementing IPS to assist customers in reaching their e-Business goals."

"The FutureTense IPS offers a premiere solution for Internet publishing challenges. It addresses the important distinctions between Web design and actual content and solves the problem of how to effectively marry the two. Our knowledge of the system combined with our experience helping businesses utilize Internet technology to achieve their business goals ensures that our clients will get the complete Internet publishing solution they need," said Ed Hastings, president and CEO of Granitar Systems.

About IPS:

FutureTense's IPS provides customers with a platform upon which to develop and operate efficient, effective, and high performance Web applications, streamlining the development, production, and maintenance process. Such website optimization can be realized through advanced content acquisition and management, workflow, design services, and content delivery management. IPS thus provides a complete, integrated and secure e-publishing environment.

About FutureTense:

FutureTense, Inc., headquartered in Acton, Mass., is a leading developer of technology solutions that enable organizations of all types to manage and deliver high-impact, interactive websites that support their e-Business objectives. The FutureTense Internet Publishing System (IPS) is a complete e-Publishing platform that streamlines the development, production, delivery and maintenance of large, dynamic websites through the integration of content acquisition and management, workflow, design, and content publication management. IPS was designed for organizations that are looking to streamline the production of large-scale websites. Among the many companies currently using FutureTense's powerful content management system include Fidelity Investments (www.fidelity.com), Netscape Communications Corporation (www.netscape.com), Newsweek (www.newsweek.com), The Baltimore Sun (www.sunspot.net), The New York Times On the Web (www.nytimes.com) The Sydney Morning Herald (www.smh.com.au), and The Washington Post (www.washingtonpost.com). FutureTense has won prestigious industry awards including being named to Upside Magazine's Hot 100 Companies for 1999, and Red Herring Magazine's Herring 100 - Top Private Companies in 1999 "Reader's Choice Award." Information about FutureTense and its products can be found by visiting http://www.futuretense.com, emailing info@futuretense.com, or by calling 978-635-3600.

About Granitar

Granitar Systems, Inc., based in Framingham, Massachusetts, works with businesses to ensure that they begin with the basics of old-fashioned commerce when developing its electronic counterpart. Founded in 1997, Granitar Systems is a leading eCommerce consulting organization that develops and implements web-based strategies and solutions. By creating business driven, web enabled strategies and processes, Granitar helps its clients align their eBusiness initiatives with their business goals. For more information, visit Granitar at www.granitar.com or call 877-GRANITAR.

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