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July 2001

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Amy Lydon, Elibrium Inc.
(650) 212-9332

For Immediate Release
July 23, 2001


Elibrium, Inc. Partners with Palm Software Developers to Distribute Productivity Solutions for Handheld Devices

PALO ALTO, Calif. (July 23, 2001) - Elibrium, Inc., the leading provider of productivity software for small businesses, announced today that it will co-market and distribute licensed Palm OS-compatible applications for sale through retail channels. Elibrium entered joint marketing agreements with three leading Palm software developers: Communication Intelligence Corporation (NASDAQ: CICI), SoDeog Technologies and Stand Alone, Inc. The alliances allow Elibrium to add Palm productivity applications to its product mix and further enhance the productivity of its small business customers.

Elibrium will release four new Palm titles under its MySoftware brand. WriteSmart Pro, powered by CIC's Business Survival Kit, is comprised of the highly successful programs Jot®, QuickNotes™ and WordComplete®. SyncTalk Pro, powered by SoDeog's SyncTalk™ application, allows users to share information wirelessly across different mobile computing devices. The two products powered by Stand Alone, RapidContact Pro and QuickInfo Pro, include the applications Super Names, Call Tracker, QuickSwitch and more.

"With our years of experience in providing solutions for busy professionals, we feel that these Palm applications will fit our customers' productivity needs perfectly. There is very little competition in the retail marketplace and we expect the Palm titles to be very successful at our top retailers such as Staples," said Christina Willett, president and CEO of Elibrium, Inc.

"Staples is excited to offer these new titles to our small business customers. The four titles will complement our current assortment of handheld software by offering unique productivity functionality to the Palm OS user, all at a good price," said Dennis Agresti, Staples senior software buyer.

"This partnership with Elibrium allows us an entirely new distribution channel that we hadn't been able to tap into in the past. And our platform independent operating system will allow users of most any handheld the ability to wirelessly exchange data," explained Ryan Walcott, CEO and president of SoDeog Technologies.

The MySoftware branded line of Palm applications will be in stores in late July 2001.

About Elibrium, Inc.
Elibrium, Inc. provides productivity software and services to simplify home and business life. For more than 13 years, businesses have trusted Elibrium's leading brand, MySoftware, to help grow their business while saving time and money. Elibrium's commitment to empowering small business professionals continues as the company expands and enhances existing services as well as provides new ways to increase business efficiencies through the Web, personal computer and handheld devices. The company has sold over 20 million products since the introduction of its first title. Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, Elibrium sells products and services at over 7,000 locations. For more information visit