Hot Banana’s Web Content Management Software Chosen by Eleven Major Non-Profit Organizations

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Hot Banana is gaining sales momentum with higher education, faith-based, non-profit associations and government organizations.

Hot Banana Software Inc., a leader in Web Content Management software for marketing, announced today that several educational and government institutions, faith-based organizations and non-profit associations have recently selected Hot Banana's Web Content Management and Active Marketing software to enhance their Web presence, manage their Web content, drive traffic to their Web sites and deliver relevant content to their Web site visitors.

Joining Hot Banana's growing list of non-profit clients are:

Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, Maryland);

Hondros College (Westerville, Ohio);

The Archdiocese of New York (New York, New York);

The General Board of Global Ministries, United Methodist Church (New York, New York);

The Institute of Internal Auditors (Altamonte Springs, Florida)

Group Workcamps Foundation (Loveland, Colorado)

Tulsa Health Department (Tulsa, Oklaholma)

Natural Resources Canada, Federal Government of Canada (Ottawa, Ontario)

Canadian Coalition of Good Governance (Toronto, Ontario)

York Technology Association (Markham, Ontario)

AceTech - Academy for Technology CEOs (Vancouver, BC)

All these organizations share a similar goal of delivering a high quality, information-rich, Web site experience to meet their growing constituency needs of attracting new visitors, delivering self help content, receiving donations, self registering for events, community and member outreach, exclusive membership Extranet login, and executing targeted marketing communications campaigns.

"Hot Banana can provide all these non-profit organizations with the ability to quickly and easily create and manage content for their own Web sites and also be proactive with Web site optimization and eMarketing programs," says Krista Lariviere, CEO, Hot Banana Software Inc. "Most of these new clients spent months evaluating Hot Banana against the very best Web Content Management software solutions on the market, so we're very proud that Hot Banana was selected the winner. This is a major endorsement of our technology, company and people."

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 uniqueness is its Active Marketing Solution, an eMarketing platform for increasing Web traffic, acquiring sales leads and converting prospects into customers. 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 21+ 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, Johns Hopkins University, 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 http://www.hotbanana.com, 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

david @ hotbanana.com

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