NEW YORK NY, August 31, 2004 – Internet Commerce Corporation (ICC) (NASDAQ SC: ICCA), announced the release of version of 3.22 of the ICC.NET service. The release incorporates three major feature enhancements for ICC.NET including, communication support for the Microsoft Business Network™, advanced XML capabilities, and tracking capabilities for UCCnet data synchronization transactions.
Thomas J. Stallings, Chief Executive Officer of ICC, stated, “The release of 3.22 is another example of ICC’s rapid response to changing market forces and executing a strategy for future growth. Data synchronization is increasingly becoming a key factor in successfully communicating with your trading partners, particularly in the retail industry which is a stronghold of ICC. ICC is already one of the few companies certified as a solutions partner for UCCnet. To augment our offering, 3.22 provides a unique tracking capability within the ICC.NET service when “on boarding” information to the UCCnet data pool. This feature allows our customers to more effectively manage their data sync initiatives.”
“The 3.22 release also has fully integrated the Microsoft Business Network EDI gateway services, thereby offering an EDI/XML seamless communication link to all Microsoft Business Network users. And finally the ICC.NET services has enhanced our XML support which offers users a new flexibility in extracting the meaning from the data transacted between trading partners.”
“These are just a few of the upgrades in the ICC.NET service has instituted to insure that ICC customers are continually riding the crest of market innovation.”
About Internet Commerce Corporation
Internet Commerce Corporation (NasdaqSC: ICCA) is a leader in the e-commerce business-to-business communication services market. ICC.NET, the company’s global Internet-based value added network, provides complete supply chain connectivity solutions for XML, EDI/EC while also offering users a sophisticated vehicle to securely transact files of any format and size. ICC offers a broad range of consulting services including, XML technologies, data transformation, custom application development, and an EDI service bureau. ICC uniquely bridges the legacy investments of yesterday to today’s Internet technologies. For further information, visit us at www.icc.net.
Except for the historical information contained herein, this press release includes forward looking statements which are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, including the risks and uncertainties associated with rapidly changing technologies such as the Internet, the risks of technology development and the risks of competition. Actual results could differ materially. For more information about these risks and uncertainties, see the SEC filings of ICC.