SPS Commerce Named As A "Best Place To Work" For Third Consecutive Year By The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal

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SPS Recognized For Positive Culture It Creates

SPS Commerce, the leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) trading partner integration center provider, announced today that it has been named a Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal's 2009 Best Places to Work. Winners were selected based on employees' responses to an independent survey addressing corporate culture, employee benefits, advancement possibilities, and more. SPS Commerce was previously awarded this distinction in 2005, 2007 and 2008.

The Best Places to Work initiative was created to recognize and honor those companies that have created positive work environments, recognize and share best practices, promote local employers, and provide valuable feedback and data to participating companies that will assist them in measuring levels of employee satisfaction and engagement. Winners will be honored at luncheon on August 27, 2009, at the Minneapolis Hilton and in a special segment of The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal's August 28th issue.

"SPS Commerce is pleased to be named a Best Places to Work for the fourth time," said Archie Black, President and CEO of SPS Commerce. "This award is granted to companies based on the independent and confidential feedback from employees. At SPS Commerce, we continually strive to deliver a workplace where people feel valued and challenged to excel. With this award, our employees have demonstrated that our attention to create a dynamic workplace through a participative culture, competitive benefits, and commitment to advancing their careers has delivered on its mission."

SPS Commerce is headquartered in downtown Minneapolis and was named a finalist for the Wall Street Journal's Top Small Workplaces award in 2008. SPS strongly encourages career development of its staff, and this commitment has resulted in more than 35 percent of its employees receiving promotions since January 2008. The company offers a comprehensive employee benefits package, and nearly 85 percent of its employees use the Metropass program, a mass transit commuting option to its downtown Minneapolis offices that provides 24/7 access to area buses and light rail; this benefit is offered by the company for $45/month. SPS' single greatest source for attracting new talent is through its employee referral program, another sign that SPS employees enjoy working for the company and recommend it to friends and colleagues as a great place to work.

About SPS Commerce
SPS Commerce is the leader in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) B2B integration, connecting every partner in the supply chain. Retailers, manufacturers and 3PLs have selected SPS Commerce as their outsourced provider to automate and integrate their trading relationships. Using the SaaS model, SPS Commerce dramatically lowers setup and on-going costs, along with the time and risks of traditional EDI software by outsourcing the entire B2B communication process. The company's offerings leverage its multi-tenant architecture, multi-party sharing, and comprehensive knowledge of thousands of retailer's business processes and specifications and integration expertise with a variety of systems for accounting, ERP, packing and shipping, and WMS. SPS Commerce is the recognized SaaS leader in B2B integration with 37,000 customers, pre-built integrations spanning 2,700 unique fulfillment workflows across 1,300 retailers, grocers and distributors, a customer satisfaction rate of 93% and the most comprehensive SaaS product suite available. SPS Commerce is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. For additional information, please contact SPS Commerce at 866-245-8100 or visit http://www.spscommerce.com.

SPS Commerce is a registered trademark of SPS Commerce Inc. SPSCommerce.net and the SPS Commerce logo are the property of SPS Commerce, Inc. All other names and trademarks are the property of their respective holders.

Kay Rindels                     
SPS Commerce                

Kim Baker
PAN Communications


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