Impact Systems Announces Record Revenues for 2007 and Looks Forward to a Strong 2008

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Impact Systems Inc., (http://www.impactinfosys.com), a leading provider of enterprise content management (ECM) deployments and migrations, today announced record revenues for fiscal year 2007, generated from ECM services and sales of proprietary software tools.

We are very pleased with the company's performance in 2007. Impact Systems increased its net income by more than 230% over the record year we had in 2006

Impact Systems Inc., (http://www.impactinfosys.com), a leading provider of enterprise content management (ECM) deployments and migrations, today announced record revenues for fiscal year 2007, generated from ECM services and sales of proprietary software tools.

"We are very pleased with the company's performance in 2007. Impact Systems increased its net income by more than 230% over the record year we had in 2006," CEO Mangesh Honwad stated. "Additionally, the company's content migration services, a newer focus for Impact Systems, produced over one million dollars in revenue in both 2006 and 2007."

Gerry Machi, Chairman of Impact's Advisory Board went on to say, "With an estimated one in five enterprises expected to renew an existing ECM investment within the next six months, and four out of five companies expected to deploy a content management system near-term, Impact Systems is ready to help enterprises achieve their ECM goals."

Machi continued, "As an EMC® Documentum® Partner with over a decade of ECM experience, Impact Systems is committed to making ECM easier for their customers with proven, comprehensive migration and deployment processes, as well as a proprietary suite of software tools. Using this solid foundation, solutions are then tailored to meet individual business requirements and needs."

Plans for 2008 to support continued growth for Impact Systems include readiness to implement migrations to the EMC® Documentum® 6 platform. "Whether customers are seeking migration from previous Documentum versions, or are interested in migrating their content from another platform, Impact Systems is fully equipped to lead customers from the due diligence and analysis process through to a quality controlled implementation of EMC Documentum 6," stated CEO Mangesh Honwad.

A second key platform for Impact Systems' growth is the continued expansion of the company's Compliance-in-a-Box (CiB) (http://www.impactinfosys.com/compliance-solutions) offering, developed in partnership with EMC Documentum. CiB is a proprietary, turn-key compliance and control software designed for emerging life sciences companies. Compliance-in-a-Box includes EMC's Documentum software as well as installation, configuration and validation, delivered on-site for a system that is up and running in four weeks. New developments include a Compliance-in-a-Box Submission Edition that provides an eCTD publishing solution for emerging life sciences companies.

About Impact Systems, Inc.
Founded in 1996, Impact Systems focuses on the deployment and migration of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems. Impact Systems has developed a proven, comprehensive migration process, including an upfront Migration Analysis Assessment and a proprietary suite of migration software tools that allows for the migration of configuration, content, metadata and related templates, policies and rules across ECM (EMC Documentum, FileNet, Open Text, Lotus Notes and SharePoint) platforms. The company has delivered migration solutions to satisfied clients in the life sciences, manufacturing, technology and financial services markets. In addition, Impact Systems specializes in deploying regulatory business solutions such as Compliance-in-a-Box - via both consulting services and software tools - for clients in the life sciences (medical devices, biotech, pharmaceutical and healthcare) markets. Impact Systems is a member of the EMC2 Consulting/Select Services Team. Visit Impact Systems at http://www.impactinfosys.com or call 302-573-6864 x121.    

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