Brassring Named Siia Codie Award Winner for Second Consecutive Year

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BrassRing Enterprise Named 2005 Best Human Resource Product by SIIA, Affirming Company Commitment to Excellence in Global Talent Management.

BrassRing, the global leader in talent management solutions, today announced that the Company’s award-winning talent management offering Enterprise has been named the Best Human Resource Product in the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) 2005 Codie Awards. Announced at the 20th Annual Codie Awards Gala on May 25, 2005 at Universal Studio’s Globe Theater in Universal City, California, BrassRing’s Enterprise was chosen from the six finalists that were selected in January 2005.

BrassRing was recognized among over 800 companies that submitted more than 1,000 nominations in 70 software categories—a record-breaker for the Codie Awards, now in its 20th year. First round judging was completed by a broad panel consisting of representatives from the industry trade press, mainstream technology writers and industry experts and analysts. Second round judging was based on votes from SIIA members.

"The 20th Annual Codie Awards continues SIIA's tradition of celebrating the best products in the software and information industry," said Ken Wasch, president of SIIA. "Being chosen as the winning company from among so many fine nominees is a tremendous achievement. I congratulate all of the companies."

Setting new standards worldwide in candidate attraction and employee retention, BrassRing’s Enterprise is a Web-based, best-of-breed solution that empowers organizations to streamline their recruitment processes and maximize their return on investment. Enterprise supports the Company’s Workforce by Design™ offering that seamlessly integrates innovative technology, consulting and outsourcing with recruitment expertise to give clients the edge they need to successfully meet talent lifecycle challenges and build a competitive workforce -- in any economic climate.

“After winning the Codie Award in 2004, being named a winner again in 2005 is a significant honor for BrassRing and validates the Company’s dedication to setting industry standards for talent management solutions,” said Deb Besemer, president and CEO, BrassRing. “As the talent landscape continues to dynamically shift and evolve, it is critical that organizations have the resources to support all stages of the talent lifecycle. BrassRing remains committed to partnering with our clients to offer the best tools and solutions in technology, consulting and outsourcing, to help them achieve their business goals.”

About SIIA

The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) is the principal trade association for the software and digital content industry. SIIA provides global services in government relations, business development, corporate education, and intellectual property protection to more than 750 leading software and information companies. For further information, visit http://www.siia.net.

About BrassRing

Since 1999, BrassRing has been the leading provider of talent management solutions that help businesses compete through talent and improve their position in the global marketplace. BrassRing’s Workforce by Design™ seamlessly integrates innovative technology, consulting and outsourcing with recruitment expertise to give clients the edge they need to successfully meet talent lifecycle challenges and build a competitive workforce -- in any economic climate. With Global, Secure and Compliant offerings, BrassRing provides the guidance and solutions necessary to help organizations identify, assess, recruit and retain a globally competitive workforce. Headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, BrassRing has operations in the United States and Europe. To learn more about BrassRing and its offerings, please visit http://www.brassring.com. BrassRing is a registered trademark of BrassRing LLC.

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