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Clearview Announces Achievement of Microsoft Platform Test Certification

February 19, 2008

Clearview Software, pioneers of Microsoft® SharePoint® based Enterprise Content Management (ECM) technology, today announced that the Clearview ECM suite has successfully completed testing for Microsoft certification in ISV (Independent Software Vendor)/Software Solutions.

Clearview is now certified for the following five Microsoft platform components: Managed Code, SQL® Server 2005, Web Services plus .NET Framework, Windows® Client, and Windows Server.

The certification process, conducted independently by VeriTest, a testing service of Lionbridge Technologies, helps developers prepare, test, and retool their applications to meet the requirements of Microsoft third-party product certification programs, as well as earn points for the Microsoft Partner Program. Each certification program offers ISVs the opportunity to assure customers and partners of the highest quality and interoperability.

“This achievement represents our commitment to providing exceptional ECM solutions that are built exclusively for the Microsoft technology environment,” said Ken Creech, Chief Technology Officer of Clearview Software. “In addition to helping us maintain our Gold Certified ISV status, this certification more importantly gives our customers and partners assurance that the Clearview ECM suite will operate harmoniously and non-disruptively within their Microsoft-centric IT environment.”

Clearview has introduced a fresh approach to ECM that uniquely leverages the native ECM capabilities of SharePoint as core components of the Clearview ECM suite architecture. By extending SharePoint with transactional document imaging, report management (COLD), and business process management, Clearview delivers enterprise-class ECM functionality that rivals legacy ECM products. Furthermore, the Office 2007 user experience provided throughout the Clearview client interface provides information workers with a familiar Microsoft experience designed to promote ease-of-use and rapid adoption of ECM on every worker desktop.