Hot Banana Adds 8 new Channel Partners Extending Web CMS Market Coverage to UK and Across North America

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Partnerships position Hot Banana for growth and continuing expansion across Europe and North America.

Hot Banana Software Inc., a leader in Web Content Management software for marketing, today announced the addition of 8 new Channel Partners to help meet the demand for the Hot Banana Active Marketing Web Content Management Suite. The new partnerships position Hot Banana to build upon its recent strong sales and revenue growth internationally and across North America. The announcement was made from the Hot Banana booth (# 114), at the Gilbane Content Management Conference, April 25 - 27, 2006 in San Francisco.            

The 8 new Hot Banana Channel Partners are:

In the United Kingdom –

Momentum Web Solutions – Oxford

In the USA –

Braincrumbs – Tulsa, Oklahoma & Denver, Colorado

Image Soup – St. Louis, Missouri

True Blue Technologies - Carmel, Indiana,

Zoetic WebWorks – Ann Arbor, Michigan

In Canada –

Bridgecourt Technologies – Welland, Ontario

Floating Point – Kingston, Ontario

SwiftKicx Solutions - Toronto, Ontario

"These companies are innovators, among the industries leading Web site solution providers, and they fit perfectly with the Hot Banana business model,” says Krista Lariviere, CEO, Hot Banana Software Inc. “We're excited to have them on our team. Our Channel Partners come to Hot Banana focused on delivering high-value and integrated Web Content Management and eMarketing solutions, and we provide unique and solid software that is clearly leading the industry.”

Hot Banana’s Active Marketing Web Content Management Suite offers a complete integrated Web CMS solution, consolidating many of the tasks and functions that are related to the Web site and eMarketing. By integrating Web site content management and publishing with eMarketing, Web Content Management software is becoming the core software technology, and can play a significant role in providing an organization with a consistent user interface, work environment, process and metrics framework. The clear benefit to this integrated approach is the improved customer Web site experience, Web site optimization, better executed and tracked eMarketing campaigns, a consistent view of ROI across the entire Web site, and the adherence to best practices.

About Hot Banana Software, Inc.

Founded in 1999, Hot Banana Software powers Corporate Web sites, Intranets, Extranets, Micro Marketing Sites and Landing Pages for more than 200 companies worldwide in more than 16 languages. Designed for non-technical users, Hot Banana’s core technology is an easy-to-use, fully-loaded Web Content Management Suite designed to manage a Web site's content creation, publishing and optimization process.

Hot Banana’s Active Marketing Solution is an ideal eMarketing platform for corporate communications, branding, sales lead generation, lead conversion, email marketing and customer retention programs. Hot Banana For Agencies, is the company’s latest software initiative to help marketing agencies manage and publish Forms, Landing Pages and Micro Marketing Sites.

Hot Banana is available directly, or from 20+ Channel Partners Worldwide, either On-Demand (SaaS), or Licensed. Clients include: InsureMe, Unico System, Hondros College, General Board of Global Ministries - UMC, Algoma Steel, Bell Industries, Parents Action for Children, Archdiocese of New York, Ansell Healthcare Europe, World Vision, Beaver Machine, Los Alamos School Board (New Mexico), Law Society of Upper Canada, Expertech, and The County of Simcoe. Hot Banana Software Inc. is profitable and privately held. For more information, visit, or call 866-296-1803.

Hot Banana, Active Marketing and Active Marketing Web Content Management Suite are trademarks or registered trademarks of Hot Banana Software Inc. All other trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners.

Media Contact for Hot Banana

David Terry,

VP Sales and Marketing,

Hot Banana Software Inc.

705-792-3880 ext. 222

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