Bourse Reaches Further Through New Deals

[Sydney, Australia, May 12, 2000] — Financial information site
Bourse Data will further extend its
reach, gaining access to more than 400,000 more potential customers through
two separate agreements.

The company has signed a new deal to distribute its Personal Investor
Software through ISP Asia Online, and under this deal Bourse will offer
customers access to the Internet through the provider and extend its
product reach to include all of its new and existing subscribers.

The product will include the Bourse software, Internet access through
Asia Online, and initial free subscription period and a multimedia
tutorial.

The company has also expanded on a deal it signed earlier this year with
Ingram Micro Australian, to bundle and distribute an additional 100,000
Bourse Original Equipment Manufacturer products. This will bring the total
distribution through this channel to 200,000.

Bourse chairman Gil Hoskins said that the partnership with Asia Online
provided an opportunity to “diversify our market space”, and was core to
the company’s plan to extend its reach to “every Internet player, not just
those in the financial sectors”.

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