SQL Server Reporting Capabilities, Archiving and Disbursement Updates Mark April Upgrade of Travis Software's WebCOBRA.com

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Travis Software Corp., a market leader of Advanced Employee Benefits Software Administration and provider of the WebCOBRA.com system, announced today the availability of WebCOBRA.com's April '06 Release. The upgraded version offers more enhanced features, including SQL Server Reporting Capabilities, Archiving, and enhanced Disbursement abilities.

Travis Software Corp., a market leader of Advanced Employee Benefits Software Administration and provider of the WebCOBRA.com system, announced today the availability of WebCOBRA.com's April '06 Release. The upgraded version offers more enhanced features, including SQL Server Reporting Capabilities, Archiving, and enhanced Disbursement abilities.

The newly enhanced version of WebCOBRA.com allows for more control over reporting capabilities. The Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services allow the user to drill down into the data with an interactive viewer. This new reporting service also allows for the ability to export any report to six different formats including XML, Excel, and PDF. Also with the new reporting services, emailing is made even easier. Included in the new reporting capabilities is the ability to run reports for specialized groups of Client/Employers.

Not only will TPAs be able to archive their QBs and Employees but they will be able to de-archive them with a click of a mouse. Archiving has been included to allow the user more control over the size of the data and to allow the user to clean-up their listings of all the terminated QBs and Employees. Archiving is made simple via WebCOBRA.com's wizard style entry.

Disbursements were added in the February '06 release and have been enhanced further in the April '06 release. With this April '06 release, WebCOBRA.com users will now be able to decide what premiums get disbursed and to whom. The user can now select on a per plan level if the premium will be disbursed to the Sponsor/Carrier, Client/Employer or not to disburse the premium at all.

"The April '06 Release is about giving our users more control over their Cobra business," says Alan H. Williams, founder and President of Travis Software Corp. "In addition to the new reporting capabilities, our users have more control over who to disburse premiums to as well as the ability to archive and de-archive people on demand, allowing for more control over their own data."

The April '06 Release was installed to WebCOBRA.com without any interaction on the user's part, and is available to use now. WebCOBRA.com is available 24x7 and has a service level history of 100% uptime in the last year.

About Travis Software

Travis Software Corp. was founded in June 1986, shortly after the enactment of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (COBRA) which mandated group health continuation for the first time and created the market opportunity for the Company's first product, the TravisCobra software system. Travis is based in Houston, Texas and has over 2,000 employers and administrators using its COBRA, Flexible Benefit and Premium Billing systems. The Company has been solidly profitable each year since its founding in 1986.

For more information about the WebCOBRA.com April '06 release, or any other products that Travis Software provides, please contact Travis Marketing at (281) 496-3737, email Travis Software at webcobra.marketing@travisoft.com or visit Travis Software at http://www.webcobra.com.

This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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