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Softscape Recognized in Comprehensive New Human & Social Services Enterprise Frameworks Study; Company Highlighted With Strong Offering and Large Market Presence.

WAYLAND, Mass. -- Softscape, the industry pioneer in people management technology, today announced that Forrester Research has recognized the company for its large market presence, earning the highest score for its installed base, in the Forrester Wave: Human and Social Services Enterprise Frameworks, Q3 2006 (September 2006). Forrester conducted product evaluations of competing human and social services enterprise framework vendor offerings in July 2006 and interviewed 31 vendor and user companies.

According to Forrester, Softscape CaseOne[TM], the company's Social Enterprise Management (SEM) solution, "is spot on for youth services agencies or integrated community services groups seeking flexible and collaborative eligibility and case management solutions." Forrester also notes that Softscape "provides solid business process support, a strong architecture, a powerful configuration tool," and C*"is especially good for buyers that need a flexible approach to case management."

Forrester adds that "Softscape's solution has extensive development tools and is particularly attractive if organizations want to manage their caseworkers as well as their workers' cases in an integrated suite that includes a leading HCM solution."

"As a pioneer in the industry, we are honored that Softscape's integrated human capital and social enterprise management solutions continue to be recognized by leading research firms," said Dave Watkins, CEO and co-founder of Softscape. "Human and social services is an important market, and we are dedicated to innovating new approaches and technologies to support government agencies in improving care to citizens."

The Forrester Wave on Human and Social Services Enterprise Frameworks is a comprehensive assessment of leading human and social services enterprise framework vendors across 93 criteria. Results are based exclusively on product evaluations of 31 other organizations.

Softscape's CaseOne is an integrated event-based case management system designed to meet the diverse needs of state, local, provincial, federal, or centralized governments across the globe. The Web-based system provides an integrated approach that automates cross-functional workflows, eliminates the risk of client case, task, or important information "falling through the cracks," and maximizes the efficiency and effectiveness of a government organization's processes and personnel. Unlike most vendors in this market, Softscape also offers agencies the ability to manage the performance, appraisal, and development of caseworkers all from one platform with the Softscape Apex human capital management (HCM) platform.

For more information on all of Softscape's solutions, please visit http://www.softscape.com

About Softscape (www.softscape.com)

Softscape is the pioneer in advanced people management technologies providing organizations unprecedented experience in solving complex business problems. Recognized by leading industry analysts as the most comprehensive integrated people management platform, Softscape's award-winning Web-based software enables customers to enhance productivity, improve effectiveness, facilitate long-term planning, reduce operational costs, and drive organizational performance. Softscape's customers represent Global 2000, mid-market, and government organizations including Seagate, LandAmerica, Northrop Grumman, Freightliner, Medica, the City of Chicago, and the US Department of Homeland Security. Softscape is based in Massachusetts with offices in Chicago, San Francisco, Hartford, Washington DC, New York City, London, Bangkok, Hong Kong, and Johannesburg.

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