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Zix Corporation provides e-communication services that protect, manage, and deliver sensitive information to enterprises and consumers in healthcare, finance, insurance, and government industries in the United States and Canada. The company's solutions are grouped into two categories, eSecure and eHealth Solutions. eSecure solutions include email encryption, Web content filtering, and anti-spam and anti-virus protection solutions. They comprise ZixVPM, an e-messaging gateway solution, which provides company-wide privacy protection for inbound and outbound email communications; ZixPort, a Web-messaging portal; ZixMail, a desktop solution for encrypting and delivering email; and ZixAuditor, an assessment service used to analyze email traffic patterns and monitor compliance with corporate and regulatory policies. eHealth solutions comprise PocketScript, an e-prescribing application, which provides the ability for a physician to write prescriptions and transmit them to a pharmacy via a handheld device or Web site; and electronic prescription management services that allow payors to deliver drug information to physicians at the point of care. The company was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.


Shanda Interactive Entertainment Limited engages in the development and operation of online games in China. It offers a portfolio of online games, which users play over the Internet. The company's content offerings primarily consist of online games, including massively multiplayer online role playing games (MMORPGs) and casual games. MMORPGs are action-adventure based, and draw upon martial arts and combat themes. Casual games are session-based, which can be played to a conclusion within a short period of time. Shanda Interactive Entertainment was founded in 1999 by Tianqiao Chen and Danian Chen. It was formerly known as Shanda (Cayman) Holdings Limited and changed its name to Shanda Interactive Entertainment Limited 2003. The company is based in Shanghai, China. Shanda Interactive Entertainment Limited is a subsidiary of Skyline Media Limited.


ClickSoftware Technologies, Ltd. provides workforce and service optimization solutions. It offers solutions to support the various levels of clients' management and operations, including execution, operational planning, tactical planning, and strategic planning levels. The company's products include ClickSchedule, ClickAnalyze, ClickPlan, ClickForecast, ClickFix, and ClickMobile. ClickSchedule enables service scheduling and routing for workforce productivity. ClickAnalyze provides service business analytics for workforce performance measurement and strategic decision support. ClickPlan offers interactive and automated workforce planning for staffing and deployment of the field workforce based on forecasted workload. ClickForecast provides field service workload forecasting to help companies to project workforce capacity. ClickFix provides diagnostics and problem resolution of customer issues at multiple levels of service contact. ClickMobile offers wireless workforce management for monitoring field workforce activities and reducing the labor of dispatching personnel. ClickSoftware Technologies also offers various consulting services, which include business analysis, project implementations, and project advisory services. Its customers comprise various service organizations, including telecommunications, utilities and energy, insurance, high-technology, computer and office equipment, industrial equipment, medical equipment, building automation, aerospace and defense, and home services. The company distributes its products through direct sales force and resellers primarily in North America, Europe, and the Asia Pacific region. ClickSoftware Technologies was co-founded by Moshe BenBassat. The company was incorporated in 1979 and is based in Tel Aviv, Israel.


Vocus, Inc. provides on-demand software for public relations management. Its software automates and integrates various functions of public relations, including media relations, news distribution, and news monitoring. The company's public relations management software modules include Contact Management, which allows customers to access a database of journalists, media outlets, and publicity opportunities, as well as to create targeted lists, fax or mail, and track meetings and telephone calls; and Collateral Management that provides a repository to store information, such as media kits, photographs, videos, annual reports, and executive biographies. It also offers Project Management that facilitates organizing press releases, speaking engagements, and publicity events; Newsrooms, which provides access to an organization's news, press releases, digital collateral, grassroots advocacy tools, and other public information for journalists, analysts, and public officials; and PRWeb Online Newswire that distributes news directly to online news sites, and to the public through daily RSS feeds and other social media tools. In addition, the company provides Email Campaigns, which enables organizations to deliver interactive communications that provide online access to related collateral material, and to track and measure response rates and other campaign metrics; Analytics & Measurement that transforms data about news coverage, public relations activities, and online newsroom statistics into insight about programs and results; and News On-Demand, which monitors news sources to identify and deliver relevant news coverage to customers based on individual criteria. As of December 31, 2006, Vocus served 1,727 customers in financial and insurance, technology, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, and retail and consumer products industries, as well as government agencies, not-for-profit organizations, and educational institutions. The company is headquartered in Lanham, Maryland.


SINA Corporation operates as an online media and information service provider primarily in the People's Republic of China. The company offers a network of localized Web sites targeting Greater China and overseas Chinese. Its portal network consists of four destination Web sites to users in Greater China, including mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and overseas Chinese in North America, which consists of Chinese-language news and content organized into interest based channels, and offer community and communication services, and Web navigation capability through SINA search and directory services. SINA also provides mobile phone users with news and other content subscriptions, mobile dating service, picture and logo download, ring tones, ring back tones, mobile games, chat rooms, and access to music files. In addition, the company provides community-based services, including email, dial-up Internet access, instant messaging service, chat rooms, online games, alumni clubs, online karaoke, and other entertainment services; enterprise solutions, which include search and directory listings services, Web hosting, corporate email, and proprietary software products to government agencies and small to medium-sized businesses in China; and e-commerce services, including the online shopping Web site, online auction, and online and offline travel and hotel booking service. SINA is headquartered in Shanghai, China.


S1 Corporation provides enterprise software solutions for banks, credit unions, investment firms, and insurance companies. It operates in two segments, Financial Institutions and Edify. The Financial Institutions segment develops, markets, and implements integrated, transactional, and brandable enterprise applications available as inhouse or hosted solutions. The Edify segment provides various voice and speech recognition applications, which help companies automate their customer service facilities. Its voice and speech solutions combine speech recognition, speaker verification, text-to-speech, fax, and touch-tone automation. The segment sells its products in various markets, including financial services, travel, retail, and telecommunications. The company's principal product groups include banking solutions, insurance solutions, customer relationship management solutions, Web site solutions, financial reporting solutions, and account aggregation. In addition, it offers hosting services; and professional services, such as project management, custom software development, technical services, educational services, and Web design services. The company offers its solutions to small, mid-sized, and large financial organizations in the Americas region; and the International region, consisting of Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia-Pacific, and Japan. S1 Corporation was founded in 1934 and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.


Gmarket, Inc. operates a retail e-commerce marketplace in Korea. Its e-commerce marketplace offers buyers a selection of products, and sellers various sales solutions. The products listed for sale on its Web site include apparel, beauty products, computers, electronics, child care/food products, furniture, jewelry, sporting goods, automobile accessories, health/living products, and travel/leisure products. These products are coupled with product information, including pictures, product descriptions, and customer reviews and commentary. As of March 31, 2007, the company had approximately 11.7 million registered users. It also offers an online magazine, Shopping Webzine', where its users and other members of the Internet community could publish their reviews regarding sellers and products, and contribute general interest articles or other commentary regarding fashion and other topics. Gmarket, Inc. was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.


Jacada, Ltd. engages in the development and marketing of Web application hosting and business-to-business infrastructure software. Its product and services enables its customers with eBusiness enabling and contact center solutions. The company offers Jacada Interface Server that generates graphical user interfaces for mainframe and midrange software applications; Jacada HostFuse, a software solution for integrating core host-centric business systems with multiple packaged applications, frameworks, and client environments; Jacada terminal emulator; and Jacada fusion. It also provides related professional services, including training, consulting, support, and maintenance. Jacada, Ltd. sells its products through its direct sales force in North America, Europe, and Latin America, as well as through indirect distribution channels, consisting of software distributors, independent software vendors, and system integrators to insurance companies, financial institutions, automotive companies, retailers, and enterprise resource planning software vendors. The company was co-founded in 1990 by Gideon Hollander. It was formerly known as Client/Server Technology, Ltd. and changed its name to Jacada, Ltd. in 1999. The company is headquartered in Herzliya, Israel.


Audible, Inc. provides digitally delivered spoken word audio on the Web. It offers spoken audio content, such as audio versions of books, newspapers and magazines, original productions, and public radio subscriptions. The company's integrated spoken audio delivery service includes its Web site,; collection of digital audio content; software for securing, downloading, managing, transferring, burning, and playing audio selections; a variety of AudibleReady players, which include its technology and features that manage the listening experience; and other services. It also provides its services to public library and school library systems. The company's customers download audio to their personal computers and Macintosh systems, and then transfer the audio to MP3 players, personal digital assistants, or to smart wireless telephones for mobile listening. Audible, Inc. was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Wayne, New Jersey.


GigaMedia Limited, through its subsidiaries, provides entertainment and broadband Internet access services in Taiwan. It distributes recorded music, as well as DVDs, VCDs, and ancillary equipment, such as personal stereo headphones through music store chains in Taiwan. As of June 15, 2005, the company operated 45 stores. It provides broadband Internet access services to consumer and corporate customers through various technologies and products, including ADSL, cable modems, leased-line, and virtual private network. The company also offers various value-added services, including free electronic mail, bulletin boards, and photo albums. As of March 31, 2005, it had approximately 93,775 subscribers. GigaMedia also engages in the development and licensing of entertainment software for Internet-based entertainment markets worldwide. It offers Online Entertainment Management software that enables to offer online entertainment, monitor end-user behavior, and to monetize the traffic and patronage generated by the end users; and Online Entertainment Modules, which are customizable entertainment modules that feature a 3-D environment, selectable background music, and local language interface. In addition, the company provides application services and consulting services comprising infrastructure design services and management tools for Internet property; creation and branding of its client's Internet property; transaction processing design services; and customer support services. GigaMedia was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan.


Innodata Isogen, Inc. and its subsidiaries provide content supply chain services and solutions. It operates through two segments, Outsourced Content Services and IT Professional Services. The Outsourced Content Services segment focuses on fabrication services and knowledge services. Fabrication services include digitization, imaging, data conversion, Extensible Markup Language, and mark-up services, as well as language translation and content creation services. Knowledge services consist of content enhancement, taxonomy, controlled vocabulary development, hyperlinking, mark-up indexing, abstracting, and general editorial services. The IT Professional Services segment focuses on the design, implementation, integration, and deployment of systems used to author, manage, and distribute content. The company serves organizations in content-intensive sectors, such as publishing, media, and information services, as well as educational and cultural institutions and government agencies. It operates in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Innodata was founded in 1988. The company was formerly known as Innodata Corporation and changed its name to Innodata Isogen, Inc. in 2003. The company is headquartered in Hackensack, New Jersey.


VeriSign, Inc. provides intelligent infrastructure services that enable people and businesses to find, connect, secure, and transact across Internet, telecommunications, and converged networks. The company operates through two segments, the Internet Services Group and the Communications Services Group. The Internet Services Group segment consists of the Security Services business and the Naming and Directory Services business. The Security Services business provides products and services that enable enterprises and service providers to establish and deliver Internet-based services to customers. The Naming and Directory Services business acts as the registry of domain names in the .com and .net generic top-level domains, and certain country code top-level domains. The Communications Services Group segment offers network connectivity and interoperability services, intelligent data base services, mobile content and application services, and billing and payment services to telecommunications carriers and other users. VeriSign markets its products and services through its direct sales force, telesales operations, member organizations in its global affiliate network, value-added resellers, service providers, and its Web sites. The company's operations are located in the United States, Canada, Latin America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Australia, Japan, and Asia Pacific. VeriSign has a strategic alliance with Pac-West Telecomm, Inc. The company was incorporated in 1995 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.


Art Technology Group, Inc. (ATG) offers an integrated suite of e-business solutions spanning the customer lifecycle, including commerce, marketing, and customer service/support. ATG delivers software solutions to help consumer-facing organizations create an interactive experience for their customers and partners across the Web, e-mail, call center, and mobile channels. Its ATG Wisdom solution enables enterprises to deliver a seamless, consistent, and compelling experience to every customer and segment, across channels, and throughout the customer lifecycle. The company's software helps its clients market, sell, and provide self-service opportunities to their customers and partners. ATG also offers related services, including support and maintenance, education, professional services, and application hosting services. ATG was founded in 1991 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts with additional locations throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.


Open Text Corporation engages in the development, marketing, licensing, and support of software for use by global organizations on intranets, extranets, and the Internet. The company's principal product line is Livelink, which enables users to capture, manage, store, preserve, and deliver content, and documents related to organizational processes. In addition, the company offers a range of support, consulting, and learning services. Open Text markets its products through distribution channels, including direct sales, distributors, systems integrators, independent software vendors, and value added resellers worldwide. It provides enterprise content management solution that brings together people, processes, and information. The company has strategic partnerships with Microsoft, SAP, Deloitte, and Accenture. Open Text was incorporated in 1991 and is headquartered in Waterloo, Canada.


CGI Group, Inc. provides information technology (IT) and business process outsourcing services worldwide. Its IT services include management of IT and business processes on an outsourced basis, as well as systems integration and consulting. The company's business process outsourcing services include business processing for the financial services sector, as well as payroll services, document management services, and finance and administration services. These services also include facilities management, such as data centers, call centers, network, and desktop services; application maintenance and support; and development and integration of new projects and applications. The company offers its IT services in various sectors, including financial services, manufacturing, retail and distribution, government, and healthcare, as well as telecommunications and utilities. As of September 30, 2005, it operated approximately 100 offices. CGI Group was founded in 1976 and is headquartered in Montreal, Canada.


NIC, Inc. provides eGovernment services to federal, state, and local governments in the United States. It operates through Portal Outsourcing, and Software and Services segments. The Portal Outsourcing segment enters into contracts with governments to design, build, and operate Web-based portals on their behalf. These portals consist of Web sites and applications that enable businesses and citizens to access government information online and complete transactions, such as applying for a permit, retrieving driver's license records, and filing a government-mandated form or report. The Software and Services segment provides software applications and services for electronic filings and document management solutions for governments, as well as designs and develops online campaign expenditure and ethics compliance systems for federal and state government agencies. The company also provides consulting, development, and management services to government portals. NIC, formerly known as National Information Consortium, Inc., was founded in 1991 and is headquartered in Olathe, Kansas.

SALESFORCE.COM INC (CRM), inc. provides on-demand customer relationship management services. Its offers services to manage and share information regarding sales, customer service and support, and marketing operations worldwide. The sales force automation services enable salespeople to be productive by automating manual and repetitive tasks, and provides organized data about their current and prospective customers, as well as permits companies to establish a system and a process for recording, tracking, and sharing information about sales opportunities, sales forecasts, and closed business. The customer service and support automation services allow companies to interact with their existing customers in various areas, such as requests for repairs, advice about products and services, and complaints about faulty goods. The marketing automation services enable companies to manage marketing campaigns. The company offers its services through Enterprise Edition, Professional Edition, and Team Editions. It also offers wireless functionality, which enables access to a subset of a user's data through the RIM BlackBerry, pocket personal computer, and palm operating system-based wireless devices and WAP-enabled mobile phones. In addition, the company offers Personal Edition service, which includes a contact management database and other features that are useful to sales representatives and others; Customforce that enables customers to tailor the features of its services to meet their business requirements or create new on-demand applications; and sforce, a Web services-based API platform, enables customers and independent software vendors, to customize tables and page views within its service. Further, the company provides consulting and implementation services, and training. was co-founded by Marc Benioff, Parker Harris, and David Moellenhoff in 1999. The company is based in San Francisco, California.


The Ultimate Software Group, Inc. engages in the design, marketing, implementation, and support of payroll and workforce management solutions for the middle-market organizations in the United States. It offers UltiPro workforce management software, a Web-based solution designed to manage the employee life cycle, from recruiting, hiring, compensating and managing benefits, to terminating. UltiPro's human resources and benefits management functionality is integrated with a payroll engine, reporting and analytical decision-making tools, and a self-service Web portal for executives, managers, administrators, and employees to review and update work-related and personal information. The company serves manufacturing, food services, sports, technology, finance, insurance, retail, real estate, transportation, communications, healthcare, and services industries. The Ultimate Software was founded in 1990 and is headquartered in Weston, Florida.


Onvia, Inc. provides notification and information services for government agencies and business suppliers. It primarily offers Onvia Guide publication and the DemandStar. The company provides Onvia Guide, a daily email publication that gathers, categorizes, and publishes actionable public sector opportunities from various sources. It gives business users the opportunity to participate in government procurement contracts in a range of vertical markets, such as architectural and engineering; information technology/telecom; construction and building supplies; consulting services; construction services and building supplies; operations and maintenance services; transportation equipment; industrial supplies; office equipment; and medical equipment and supplies. The company's DemandStar provides real time request for proposal and request for quote postings from participating government agencies, through its BidWire and QuoteWire tools. Onvia's customers can download bid documents directly from the Onvia network. In addition, it offers a news clipping service and a notification service, which inform about private sector opportunities focusing on the architecture, engineering, and construction industries. The company, formerly known as, Inc., was founded in 1996 and changed its name to Onvia, Inc. Onvia is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.


Ariba, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, provides spend management solutions that allow enterprises to manage the purchase of non payroll goods and services in the United States. Its solutions include software, network access, and professional services. The company's software and services streamline the business processes related to the identification of suppliers of goods and services, the negotiation of the terms of purchases, and the management of ongoing purchasing and settlement activities. Ariba helps customers to address six areas of spend management, including visibility, sourcing, contract management, procurement and expense, invoice and payment, and supplier management solutions. Ariba's solutions also include implementation and consulting, education and training, commodity expertise and decision support, benchmarking, sourcing, and procurement outsourcing services. In addition, the company's spend management solutions integrate with and leverage the Ariba Supplier Network, a scalable Internet infrastructure that connects its buying organizations with their suppliers to exchange product and service information, as well as a range of business documents, such as purchase orders and invoices. The company offers its software and services through its direct sales force and indirect sales channels in North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia/Pacific, and internationally. Ariba was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.


Imergent, Inc., an e-Services company, offers eCommerce technology, training, and a variety of Web-based technology services. Its primary services include 90-minute Internet preview training session and Internet training workshops. The company sells its proprietary StoresOnline software and training services for users to market products, accept online orders, analyze marketing performance, and manage pricing and customers. In addition to software, the company offers site development, Web hosting, marketing, and mentoring products. Imergent distributes its products to entrepreneurs and small businesses. The company was founded in 1995. It was formerly known as Netgateway, Inc and changed its name to Imergent, Inc. in 2002. Imergent is headquartered in Orem, Utah.


F5 Networks, Inc. provides products and services to manage Internet traffic worldwide. Its application delivery networking products improve the performance, availability, and security of applications running on networks that use the Internet Protocol (IP). The company offers BIG-IP products to manage IP traffic between network servers, clients, and other devices. Its BIG-IP products include IP application switches and server appliances; BIG-IP Global Traffic Manager that allows enterprises to direct traffic to a particular data center or to redirect traffic to an available data center; and BIG-IP ISP Traffic Manager, which allows enterprises with more than one Internet service provider to manage the use of their available bandwidth; and Application Accelerator to speed up the performance and improve the bandwidth. The company's FirePass systems provide SSL VPN access for remote users of IP networks, and any applications connected to those networks from any standard Web browser on any device. It also offers TrafficShield, a Web application firewall that provides an application-layer protection against generalized and targeted attacks; WANJet devices to combine wide area network optimization and traffic shaping in a single device to accelerate file transfers, email, data replication, and other applications over IP networks; and WebAccelerator that speeds up Web transactions, enhances Web application performance from any location, speeds up interactive performance, and improves download times. F5 Networks serves telecommunications, financial services, technology, manufacturing, and transportation enterprise customers, as well as government. The company markets its products and services through distributors, value-added resellers, and systems integrators. F5 Networks was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.


Internet Capital Group, Inc. (ICG), an information technology company, delivers software solutions and services worldwide. The company, through a network of partner companies, delivers software solutions and services to streamline and automate business processes. It provides enterprise software and services that enable its customers to turn business strategy into business processes by integrating the work that people do with software systems. The company also offers procurement services to enable companies identify savings through sourcing, and realize savings through implementation and purchase-to-pay automation. In addition, ICG provides transaction, data, and information services to the credit markets; delivers credit risk management and collections software and services to financial institutions; and product lifecycle management software and services to retailers and their suppliers. Further, the company offers a range of industrial asset services, including disposal, valuation, and related consulting for corporations, financial institutions, and insolvency practitioners, as well as provides large corporations with enterprise asset management solutions for used and under-utilized capital assets. Additionally, ICG provides Internet technology solutions to track, manage, and analyze the performance of sales, marketing, and business development initiatives; and broadcast management solutions for the radio, television, and cable industries, as well as offers a suite of software applications and services to the meeting and events industry. The company was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Wayne, Pennsylvania.


Keynote Systems, Inc. provides technology-based services that enable corporate enterprises to improve their online business performance and communications technologies. It offers its services in two categories, including customer experience management and service level management. The customer experience management category consists of the WebEffective platform, a technology platform for conducting customer experience and market research studies on individual sites or across an entire industry. The service level management category comprises of the Keynote Perspective family of services and various enterprise-premises-based solutions. The company serves customers in the financial services, telecommunications, and technology industries. It offers its services through its field sales and telesales organization, and self-service Web site in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. The company was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in San Mateo, California.


Citrix Systems, Inc. engages in the design, development, and marketing of access infrastructure software, services, and appliances in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia-Pacific. It offers the Citrix MetaFrame Access Suite (CMAS) products, online services, and gateway appliances. The CMAS centralizes access to applications and information and enables information technology (IT) staffs to deliver, manage, monitor, and measure enterprise resources on demand. The CMAS includes a presentation server for centrally managing heterogeneous applications and delivering their functionality as a service to workers; a server for UNIX users, which enable user in heterogeneous environments to access UNIX and Java applications from any device and over any connection; and an access control center that provides, protects, and manages access to business information across public networks. The CMAS also offers MetaFrame Password Manager, which provides password security and enterprise single sign-on access to Windows, Web, and host-based applications; MetaFrame Conferencing Manager, which adds intuitive application conferencing to MetaFrame Presentation Server and enables teams to share application sessions, work together on document editing, and conduct online training; and Subscription Advantage, a software that provides subscribers with automatic delivery of software upgrades, enhancements, and maintenance releases. Citrix online services provide Web-based desktop access, training, and customer assistance products. Its access gateway products include the Citrix Access Gateway, which enables end-users to access IT resources, and Citrix Application Gateway, which delivers applications to end-users of Internet protocol telephones and mobile devices. In addition, the company offers customers consulting services, technical support services, and product training and certification services. Citrix was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.


Intraware, Inc. provides electronic software delivery and management (ESDM) services for enterprise software publishers and resellers. Its ESDM services help software publishers streamline manufacturing, distribution, and support costs; develop business intelligence about their customers; improve customer retention and maintenance renewals; accelerate and document software delivery; and comply with U.S. export controls. The company's SubscribeNet ESDM service is an integrated Web-based solution that enables software providers to distribute all of their software releases online; manage entitlements across their global customer base; and track and report deliveries, and download activity. Intraware also offers complementary services, including enterprise software sales and marketing, license management, e-commerce, and on-demand physical fulfillment. It has strategic alliances with Software Spectrum, Inc., Hewlett-Packard Company, Macrovision Corporation, Nexstra, and Zomax Incorporated. Intraware was founded by Mark Hoffman, Peter Jackson, Don Freed, and Paul Martinelli in 1996. The company is headquartered in Orinda, California.


j2 Global Communications, Inc. provides outsourced and value-added messaging and communications services worldwide. It offers faxing and voicemail solutions; document management solutions; hosted email, email perimeter protection, and email marketing services; call management; and conference calling services. The company also offers integrated solutions to replace or augment individual and corporate messaging and communications services. As of April 19, 2005, j2 Global Communications delivered its services through its global telephony/Internet protocol network that covered approximately 1,500 cities in 22 countries across 5 continents. The company serves individuals, small to medium-sized businesses, enterprises, and government organizations. j2 Global Communications was co-founded by Jaye Muller and Jack Riley in 1995. The company is headquartered in Hollywood, California.


Vignette Corporation, through its subsidiaries, develops and markets content management software worldwide. The company's Web content management software manages content, sites, content types, and objects, and the deployment and delivery of content; collaboration software enables organizations to share Web-based workspaces; and portal software provides a platform for personalizing and customizing Web applications for individuals and groups. Its integration and interaction management software enables organizations to communicate with stakeholders, such as customers, prospects, employees, and partners; and integrate various application, platform, or protocol. Vignette's document and records management software provides various services that include managing fixed assets and casework through a process, automating document based workflows, and implementing archival and disposition of records to organizations; and imaging and workflow software that allows users to scan, archive, and retrieve document-based content and enables to automate business processes. It also offers various consulting and education services to customers to identify their strategic application objectives, design content, portal, process, collaboration, integration, and analysis applications; and customer care, maintenance, and support services that include a combination of account management and technical support. The company has strategic relationships with BEA Systems, Hewlett Packard, Sun Microsystems, and Microsoft. It serves telecommunications, entertainment, new media and publishing, financial services, government, healthcare, high technology, higher education, life sciences, manufacturing, retail, and travel industries in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Australia. The company was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.


Online Resources Corporation provides outsourced Internet financial technology services to financial services providers. The company offers Quotien product line that provides Web-based banking and payment services, as well as electronic bill payment services for banks, credit unions, and other depository financial institutions; Incurrent product line, which provides cardholders to access their account information, view transactions, set up payments, and perform other self-service functions, as well as Web-based inquiry services and a tool, which improves collections of late and delinquent funds for in a private and nonconfrontational manner; and CertnFunds product line designed for e-commerce providers, primarily payment acquirers and online billers, for various Web-originated consumer payments and fund transfers. Online Resources Corporation was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia.


CDC Corporation provides enterprise software, mobile applications, and online games. It has two primary units, CDC Software and, Inc. CDC Software offers a range of software solutions for mid-sized enterprises. Its solutions include enterprise resource planning, supply chain management, customer relationship management, human resources management, and business performance management. These products are utilized by approximately 3,500 customers worldwide., Inc. focuses on online entertainment and Internet services that target users in China providing both online games, as well as a range of online products and services via its portal network, and CDC Corporation also offers consumer-based and enterprise-based mobile applications services, including SMS, interactive voice response, MMS, and WAP in China, as well as business services, such as program management, outsourcing, application development, and support. The company was incorporated in 1997 as China Information Infrastructure Limited and changed its name to chinadotcom corporation in 2000. Further, it changed its name to CDC Corporation in 2005. CDC Corporation is headquartered in Hong Kong.


Symantec Corporation provides software, appliances, and services to secure and manage information technology (IT) infrastructure for individuals, businesses, and enterprises worldwide. The company operates in five segments: Consumer Products, Enterprise Security, Enterprise Administration, Services, and Other. The Consumer Products segment offers Internet security and problem-solving products to individual users, home offices, and small businesses. Its products include Norton Antivirus, Norton Internet Security, and Norton SystemWorks, which provide protection from viruses, intrusion attempts, and piracy threats. The Enterprise Security segment provides security solutions for all tiers of a network: at the server tier behind the gateway and at the client tier, including desktop personal computers, laptops, and handhelds. It offers antivirus and antispam technologies, early warning solutions, firewall and virtual private network (VPN) solutions, intrusion detection products, and managed security services, as well as integrated solutions. The Enterprise Administration segment offers open and modular products that enable companies to manage their IT infrastructures. Its products include Symantec Client Migration, Symantec Ghost Solution Suite, pcAnywhere, the ON iCommand product family, the LiveState Recovery product family, PartitionMagic Pro, VolumeManager, ServerMagic for NetWare, and OEM Factory Solutions. The Services segment provides information security solutions that include managed security services, consulting services, and education services. The Other segment offers sunset products and products nearing the end of their life cycle. The company offers its products primarily through distributors, retailers, direct marketers, Internet-based resellers, original equipment manufacturers, educational institutions, and Internet service provides. Symantec Corp. was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Cupertino, California.

DRUGSTORE.COM INC (DSCM), Inc., through its Web site, provides health, beauty, wellness, and pharmacy products and solutions primarily in the United States and Canada. The company operates in four segments: Over-The-Counter (OTC), Mail-Order Pharmacy, Local Pick-Up Pharmacy, and Vision. The OTC segment offers approximately 20,000 nonprescription health, beauty, and wellness products, as well as medicine cabinet, beauty and spa, nutrition and wellness, personal care, household, and sexual well-being products. The Mail-Order Pharmacy segment covers the prescription drugs and supplies delivered to customers through its mail order facility. Its also covers the prescriptions picked up by customers at Rite Aid stores. This segment also offers prescription medications for chronic illnesses and conditions, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, osteoporosis, depression, hair loss, and birth control. The Local Pick-Up Pharmacy segment includes prescription refills ordered online or over the telephone, and picked up by customers at Rite Aid stores. The Vision segment sells prescription contact lenses and other vision products. It offers an assortment of contact lenses, reading glasses, contact lens cases, and eye care products. The company offers its products through its Web stores, including,,,, and was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington.


CMGI, Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides supply chain management services and marketing distribution solutions primarily to the technology industry worldwide. It offers various services and solutions, including supply base and inventory management, sourcing, demand planning, manufacturing, configuration and assembly processes, EDI solutions offering direct connections with customers information technology systems, distribution and fulfillment, Web-store design and e-commerce, order management, customer service, reverse logistics, repair, and supply chain design and consulting. The company also provides marketing and distribution services, such as fulfilling orders for promotional and collateral products by assembling and shipping the items requested. In addition, CMGI offers print on demand solutions, product and literature inventory control and warehousing, reporting and analysis, shipments, billings, back orders, and returns. Its costumers include hardware manufacturers, software publishers, telecommunication carriers, and broadband and wireless service providers. The company, formerly known as CMG Information Services, Inc., was incorporated in 1986 and is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.


Internap Network Services Corporation offers a suite of network optimization solutions, which enable companies to migrate business-critical applications to the Internet. Its solutions comprise products and services that provide Internet connectivity solutions to business customers who require network availability for business applications, such as e-commerce, video and audio streaming, customer relationship management, voice over Internet protocol, virtual private networks, and supply chain management. The company provides managed intelligent routing services; data center services; and flow control platform, a premise-based routing product for customers who run their own multiple network installations. In addition, it offers managed Internet services via third parties, including Akamai CDN services; virtual private networking; and managed security services, including Verisign intrusion detection/prevention and managed firewall services. Its products and services are delivered by IP access services, such as colocation and data center services, content distribution networks, and managed security services, as well as pre and post installation services and consulting. As of December 31, 2006, the company delivered services through its 43 network access points in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. It offers its products and services to customers in the financial services, travel, media, entertainment, technology, and retail sectors. The company has a strategic relationship with Microsoft to launch live audio players built on Microsoft Silverlight. Internap Network Services was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.


SupportSoft, Inc. engages in the development, marketing, and distribution of real-time service management software primarily in the United States. The company's products include a suite of digital service provider products, a line of enterprise products, and component products. Its digital service provider products are used for automated installation, provisioning, and ongoing service for customers, customer service representatives, and network operations. Its product range includes SmartAccess, ServiceVerify, Service Automation Suite, Service Automation Suite for businesses, and ServiceGateway. The company's enterprise suites and products comprise Endpoint Automation Suite, Self-Service Suite, and Intelligent Assistance Suite, which helps automating the management and securing of computing endpoints, and servicing and supporting end-users. Its component products include Knowledge Center, RemoteAssist, RequestAssist, LiveAssist, and SalesAssist, which address specific needs for enterprises and digital service providers. It sells its products to corporate enterprises, broadband service providers, support outsourcers, and computing and device manufacturers primarily in Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, India, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, and Singapore. SupportSoft was incorporated in 1997 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.


Digital River, Inc. provides e-commerce outsourcing solutions. The company offers e-commerce site development and hosting, site merchandising, order management, fraud prevention, denied parties screening, export controls, tax management, digital and physical product fulfillment, multilingual customer service, email marketing and advanced reporting, and Web analytics services. In addition, it offers search advertising, search engine optimization, affiliate marketing, site/store optimization, and email optimization. The company provides its services primarily to online store development and hosting, transaction processing, electronic software delivery, fraud screening, customer service, and analytical marketing industries. Digital River was founded by Joel A. Ronning in 1994 and is headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.


Websense, Inc. provides employee Internet management software products that enable organizations to analyze, report, and manage their employees computing resources, including Internet access, instant messaging (IM), peer-to-peer file sharing, network bandwidth, and desktop applications. Its primary product includes Websense Enterprise software application, a central policy engine and management console, which enables organizations to manage their employees' Internet access and use of software applications, as well as serves as a platform for related Websense add-on modules, such as the Premium Groupsa, Real Time Security Updates, Bandwidth Optimizer, IM Attachment Manager, and Client Policy Manager. The company's Websense Security Suite enables organizations to block access to sites associated with spyware, phishing, hacking tools, and other malware, as well as to block malicious attachments delivered through instant messages. It offers its solutions to various industries, including health care, finance/banking/insurance, government/public sector, manufacturing, legal, technology, wholesale/retail, services, and education. The company sells its products through a network of value added resellers in the United States, as well as through a multitiered distribution network of distributors and resellers internationally. Websense, Inc. was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.


SonicWALL, Inc. engages in the design, development, manufacture, and sale of integrated network security, mobility, and productivity solutions for small to medium size networks used in enterprises, e-commerce, education, healthcare, retail point-of-sale, and government markets worldwide. Its access security appliances provide Internet firewall security and virtual private networking functionalities. The company's software packages enable distributed enterprises and service providers to manage and monitor various SonicWALL Internet security appliances, and deploy its security services from a central location, as well as provide mobile users with solutions for accessing the network. Further, SonicWALL's transaction security products provide secure socket layer acceleration and offloading that enable service providers and enterprises to deploy e-commerce and Web-based applications without degrading Web server performance. The company also sells value-added security applications for its access security appliances, including content filtering, antivirus protection, antispyware, and intrusion prevention. In addition, it provides training, consulting, and engineering services. SonicWALL has a strategic alliance with Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. to provide security technologies and services to Toshiba's Strata CIX Voice over IP customers via Toshiba's network of authorized dealers. It sells its products to its customers through distributors, value-added resellers, and original equipment manufacturers. SonicWALL customers are located in Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. The company was founded as Sonic Systems in 1991 and changed its name to SonicWALL, Inc. in 1999. SonicWALL is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.


iBasis, Inc. provides international communications services and retail prepaid calling services worldwide. Its VoIP trading business enables carriers and other communications service providers to outsource international voice and fax traffic. The company's carrier customers access the iBasis Network, its international VoIP network, directly from their own VoIP equipment by establishing an interconnection through its Internet central offices located in telecommunications hubs in the United States, Asia, and Europe. The company also offers prepaid calling card services; and Pingo, its prepaid calling services sold directly to consumers via an Internet. The company operates in North America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, Africa, and Australia. It has strategic technology and business relationship with Cisco Systems, Inc. The company was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts.


Liquidity Services, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, operates an online auction marketplace for wholesale, surplus, and salvage assets primarily in the United States and Europe. It enables buyers and sellers to transact for goods in an automated online auction environment that offers approximately 500 product categories. The company organizes its products into categories across industry verticals, such as consumer electronics, general merchandise, apparel, scientific equipment, aerospace parts and equipment, technology hardware, and specialty equipment. Its marketplaces provide professional buyers access to supply of wholesale, surplus, and salvage assets organized with digital images, detailed product description, product manifest, digital images of a product, relevant transaction history regarding the seller, shipping weights, product dimensions, and estimated shipping costs to the buyer's location. The company's online auction marketplaces comprise that enables corporations and selected federal government agencies;, which serves selected government agencies; and that enables European-based corporations and government agencies. It also operates a wholesale industry portal, that connects advertisers with buyers seeking products for resale and related business services. The company offers a suite of integrated sales, marketing, merchandising, fulfillment, payment collection, dispute mediation, and logistics services. In addition, it provides sellers a method of remarketing wholesale, surplus, and salvage assets, including preparation of sales information, optional warehousing of goods, settlement, and transaction reporting. The company was founded in 1999 as, Inc. and changed its name to Liquidity Services, Inc. in 2001. Liquidity Services is headquartered in Washington, District of Columbia.


IONA Technologies PLC delivers integration solutions for enterprise information technology (IT) environments. The company's software products enable its customers to build, maintain, and scale the computing environments, while preserving and extending existing information technology investments. The company offers two primary product families, Artix and Orbix. Artix is an enterprise service bus product that provides infrastructure for enterprise integration based on a service-oriented architecture. It enables organizations reuse existing middleware and application functionality to create Web services integration projects. Orbix is a platform for extending or integrating component-based systems and supports the integration of CORBA with other technologies, especially J2EE and Web services. In addition, the company also offers Mobile Orchestrator, a Web services-based process integration broker that enables mobile workers' to work with enterprise applications and data. IONA also offers professional services, including customer support and maintenance, as well as design consultation, education, and product implementation. The company markets its products and services through marketing and direct sales organizations, and through indirect channels, including software vendors, system integrators, original equipment manufacturers, and value-added resellers. It serves various industries, including telecommunications, finance, manufacturing, banking, government, medical, computing, research, and software. IONA Technologies has a strategic alliance with Industria for Artix to provide the Service Oriented Architecture integration engine for Industria's multiplay support offerings. The company was founded in 1991 as IONA Technologies Limited and changed its name to IONA Technologies PLC in 1997. IONA is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland.


Selectica, Inc. engages in the development, marketing, sale, and support of configuration, pricing management, and quoting solutions for electronic commerce. Its applications are designed to enable enterprises to develop and deploy an Internet sales channel that assists their customers, partners, and employees through the selection, configuration, pricing, quoting, and fulfillment processes. The company's software allows companies to use the Internet platform to deploy a selling application to various points of contact, including personal computers, in-store kiosks, and mobile devices. Selectica's products are used by enterprises to bridge the order gap between customer relationship management and enterprise resource management solutions. Its professional services include product education, presales prototype development, training seminars, product implementation, application development, customization, integration, and education and technical support. The company sells its products primarily in the United States, Canada, France, India, Japan, New Zealand, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Selectica was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.


iPass, Inc. provides software-enabled enterprise connectivity services for mobile workers worldwide. The company's primary service offering, iPass Corporate Access, enables its customers the ability to provide global dial-up, wired broadband, and wireless access to their mobile workers from approximately 150 countries to the enterprise's internal networks through an easy-to-use interface. It also provides deployment services and technical support throughout the term of the contract. In addition, it also provides iOQ, which enables enterprises' in-house or outsourced help desk personnel to identify issues and troubleshoot connection problems; ExpressConnect service that enables enterprises to realize the benefits of the company's enterprise connectivity services; Wireless local area network roaming; Device ID, which provides network security through device authentication; and Mobile Lifecycle Management Suite that enables enterprise customers to discover, secure, and manage their laptops, desktops, and handheld devices from any location via a single management console. The company sells its services directly through its sales force and through channel partners, which consist of network service providers, systems integrators, and value-added resellers. iPass, Inc. was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California.


Saba Software, Inc. provides human capital management solutions. It offers various products, including Saba learning suite, Saba performance suite, and Saba talent suite. The Saba learning suite provides solutions for sales and channel readiness, channel certification, customer education, regulatory compliance, and corporate universities. It includes various applications, such as Saba learning, Saba certification management, Saba learning commerce, Saba analytics for learning, Saba content management, Saba publisher, Saba collaboration, Saba VLE connectors, and languages. The Saba performance suite improves organizational performance by aligning the workforce around the organization's business objectives, such as goal and objective management, goal alignment, initiative management, performance reviews, and performance planning. The Saba talent suite provides the ability to track and manage processes that relate to the development of talent across the organization. Saba Software also offers strategic workshops, consulting services, customer support, education services, and hosting services. The company offers its products to automotive, communications, computer software and hardware, electronics, consumer package goods, energy, financial services, government, health care, manufacturing, medical equipment, pharmaceutical, professional services, and transportation industries. Saba Software was founded in 1997 by Bobby Yazdani and is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California.


Authentidate Holding Corp., through its subsidiaries, provides software and related services in the United States. It operates in three segments: Security Software Solutions, Document Management Solutions, and Systems Integration. The Security Software Solutions segment provides security software technology and services that are designed to accept and store a digital code, which enables users to prove the authenticity of the date, time, and the content of any electronic document. The Document Management Solutions segment develops, assembles, and sells document imaging systems and software products. The Systems Integration segment serves as an authorized sales and support provider for software products, such as Microsoft Solutions and Lotus Notes. It sells a line of personal computers and peripheral equipment primarily in the Albany, New York area. This segment also provides computer products and integration services, network services, and Internet/intranet development services. The company distributes its products through direct sales force, and national and international dealer network. Authentidate Holding has a strategic relationship with Health Fusion, Inc. The company was founded in 1985 by John T. Botti and Ira Whitman. It was formerly known as Bitwise Designs, Inc. and changed its name to Authentidate Holding Corp. in 2001. Authentidate Holding is based in Schenectady, New York.


Harris Interactive, Inc. operates as a market research, polling, and consulting firm. It provides market research and polling services, including custom, multiclient, and service bureau research. It conducts various types of customized research, including customer satisfaction surveys, market share studies, new product introduction studies, brand recognition studies, reputation studies, and ad concept testing. The company conducts multiclient research relating to those projects, for which the company performs periodic surveys to collect data. It sells multiclient research to various customers that have an interest in a particular market segment or research application. Its service Bureau operations include Internet-based data collection for other market research firms that either do not have the necessary resources to develop Internet-based market research capabilities or that have otherwise chosen not to develop such capabilities themselves. It provides its services to healthcare and pharmaceutical, customer loyalty management, brand and strategic consulting, government and policy, marketing communications, consumer packaged goods, technology and telecom, emerging and general markets, and automotive and transportation markets primarily in the United States, Europe, and Asia. The company was founded in 1956 and is headquartered in Rochester, New York.


VA Software Corporation engages in the development, marketing, and support of a software application, known as SourceForge Enterprise Edition, in the United States. SourceForge is a proprietary, Web-based software application designed for corporate and public-sector information technology (IT) professionals and software engineering organizations, which combines software development and collaboration tools to track, measure, and report on software project activity. SourceForge supports software development by capturing and archiving software development code, documentation, and communication in a central location. VA Software, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Open Source Development Network, Inc. (OSDN), operates a network of media and e-commerce Internet Web sites for IT professional and software development communities to create, debate, and make IT news. OSDN also runs e-commerce sites to allow its visitors to buy various retail goods of interest for the software development. The company, formerly known as VA Linux Systems, Inc., was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.


Tumbleweed Communications Corp. provides secure Internet communication solutions for enterprises and government. Its products include Tumbleweed MailGate, a suite of products, such as email security solution, antispam/antivirus solution, email relay, and secure email software solution for protecting, filtering, monitoring, and securing enterprise email communications; Tumbleweed SecureTransport, an enterprise-class secure file transfer solution for moving financial transactions, business files, documents, extensible markup language, and electronic data interchange transactions over the Internet and private Internet protocol networks; and The Tumbleweed Valicert Validation Authority, an online certificate status protocol responder that validates the revocation status of digital certificate in real-time. The company also offers professional services to its customers, which include support and maintenance, integration consulting, and technical training. It serves financial services, healthcare, and government industries in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. The company sells its products and services directly, as well as through channel partners to enterprises and governments. Tumbleweed Communications was founded by Jeffrey C. Smith in 1993 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.


RealNetworks, Inc. provides network-delivered digital media content and services worldwide. It also develops and markets software products and services that enable the creation, distribution, and consumption of digital media. The company primarily offers its products under two categories, Consumer Products and Services (CPS), and Business Products and Services (BPS). The CPS category offers digital music products and services, including Rhapsody, an ondemand digital music subscription service; RadioPass, an Internet radio subscription service; and the RealPlayer Music Store, which enables consumers to purchase and download individual digital music tracks. RealNetworks also owns and operates a digital games service that includes downloadable games products and subscription services. Its products and services include: RealArcade, an Internet game download service and manager; GamePass, an Internet games subscription service; and GameHouse, a game development studio. The BPS category develops and provides software products, which enable media content creators, Web site owners, and wireline and wireless network operators to create, secure, and distribute digital media content to personal computers (PC) and nonPC devices. These software products include: Helix Server, a server software that enables broadcasters and content providers to broadcast live and ondemand audio, video, and other multimedia programming to a numbers of simultaneous users; RealProducer, a multimedia creation and publishing tool that content owners use to convert audio and video content into the company's RealAudio and RealVideo formats; and Helix DRM, a set of products for the licensing, delivery, and rights management of digital media. The company offers its services and software for finding, playing, purchasing, and managing free and premium digital content, including music, video, and games. RealNetworks was founded by Robert Glaser in 1994. The company is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.


Lionbridge Technologies, Inc. provides globalization and testing services that enable clients to develop, release, manage, and maintain their enterprise content and technology applications worldwide. The company's globalization solutions include product and content globalization; content and eLearning courseware development; software and hardware testing, product certification, and competitive analysis; and application development and maintenance. Its testing services include performance testing, quality assurance, usability testing, globalization testing, competitive analysis, and product certification. The company's customers include companies operating in the technology, consumer, retail, industrial, financial services, manufacturing, life sciences, and publishing industries. It has operations primarily in the United States, Brazil, Ireland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, China, Japan, South Korea, and India. Lionbridge Technologies was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.


Openwave Systems, Inc. provides open standards software products and services for the telecommunications industry. Its client software products include Mobile Browser, which is a microbrowser, supports various mobile phones, networks, and languages; Instant Messaging Client that offers support for custom operator services and Web communities; Phone Suite Version 7, which gives browsing and messaging clients with a standards-based graphical application framework; and Mobile Email Client that is designed for mass market mobile handsets and delivers email messaging capabilities. The company also provides PoC Embedded Client; SMS, EMS, MMS, a modular messaging suite built for use in various mobile devices; and Text Input. Its server software products comprise Mobile Access Gateway, which is a carrier-class infrastructure software for exchanging data between the wireline Internet and wireless mobile phones; Location Manager for e911 and other location-based services; Email Mx for its messaging solutions; Multimedia Messaging Services Center enables operators to offer multimedia services, such as integrated photo and text messaging. The company also provides Edge Gx for preventing messaging abuse before it gets into operators' networks; Voicemail simplifies voice messaging by enabling end-users to reply and forward voicemail from their inbox using text, photo, and voice messages; Video Voicemail that enables callers to personalize their phones with custom greetings; Video Portal to get content and information; and Outreach Express, which allows operators to provide their subscribers with compelling sports, news, entertainment, weather, and other information. The company sells its products through direct sales force and third-party resellers to mobile and wireline operators, Internet service providers, broadband service providers, and handset manufacturers. Openwave Systems was founded in 1994 and is based in Redwood City, California.