EPROJECT RESEARCH SPONSORSHIP SUPPORTS SOHODOJO R&D AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS

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Sohodojo announced today that eProject Inc. Â? a leading provider of enterprise-scale, web-based project management and team collaboration software and hosted application services Â? will contribute to SohodojoÂ?s research and education programs by providing seats of its Enterprise 5.0 ASP service to support the non-profit R&D labÂ?s project teams and stakeholder collaborations.

25 November 2002, Raleigh, NC and Seattle, WA USA - Sohodojo announced today that eProject Inc. - a leading provider of enterprise-scale, web-based project management and team collaboration software and hosted application services - will contribute to Sohodojo's research and education programs by providing seats of its Enterprise 5.0 ASP service to support the non-profit R&D lab's project teams and stakeholder collaborations.

"eProject's Enterprise service will dramatically enhance the productivity of our Advisory Board, research directors, project teams, and network of research and community action collaborators in support of solo and family-based entrepreneurs in rural and distressed urban communities." said Sohodojo Co-founder and Research Director Jim Salmons.

"We are pleased to be the first corporate research sponsor of Sohodojo." said Shane Jones, President of eProject. "As eProject grows its business, the non-profit, education, and government sectors will become increasingly important to us. Jim Salmons and Timlynn Babitsky are that rare case of entrepreneurial social activists who have a long and strong history in private sector business and consulting. Our support for Sohodojo research - by providing an effective collaboration platform - and Jim and Timlynn's feedback to us about how to best serve customers like Sohodojo, makes this sponsorship a real 'win-win' situation."

"In addition to enhancing the productivity of our lab's distributed teams," said Timlynn Babitsky, Sohodojo Co-founder and Research Director, "eProject's sponsorship will support Sohodojo's field research and economic development activities in rural Montana by supporting our partnership with the North American Rural Futures Institute at Montana State University Northern."

eProject, Inc. (http://www.eproject.com), based in Seattle, Washington, was founded in 1997 to develop project management tools that provide real-time visibility into all aspects of projects to ensure that they align with business objectives. The company's flagship product, eProject Enterprise, is an intuitive Web-based project management and collaboration solution that provides an integrated environment for teams to plan, manage and execute projects. Over the last five years, eProject has built a growing customer base of more than 250 companies, including such notables as Honeywell, Petco, Washington Mutual, Cushman Wakefield and HP.

Sohodojo Inc. (http://sohodojo.com) is a 501(C)(3) non-profit applied R&D lab with an education and research agenda dedicated to the exploration and development of innovative "Small Is Good" business models and their associated software technologies supporting solo and family-based entrepreneurs in rural and distressed urban communities. Sohodojo is involved in a unique partnership in Havre, Montana, working with the North American Rural Futures Institute (http://narfi.org) at Montana State University Northern. Together, Sohodojo and NARFI are developing education programs to support rural economic and community development with a futures-oriented perspective.

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Timlynn Babitsky

Sohodojo, Inc.

Raleigh, NC USA

919-859-3513

Mailto:press@sohodojo.com

http://sohodojo.com

Darby Closner

eProject, Inc.

Seattle, WA USA

206-341-9117

Mailto: info@eproject.com

http://eproject.com

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