December 21, 2007 09:00 ET

£1 Million Purchase Order to Start 2008 Sales for SeDaCorp

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - December 21, 2007) - visionGATEWAY, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: VGWA) announced that SeDaCorp Ltd, a UK Secure Software Solutions company, today placed a £1 million Purchase Order with visionGATEWAY, raising the total for major purchase orders received in December to over US $2,800,000.

SeDaCorp, in cooperation with visionGATEWAY Ltd, have already begun their initial sales campaign and are gearing up for a major sales effort for the appliance version of INTERScepter™ into the 4.3 million Small Medium Businesses in the UK from early January.

visionGATEWAY has made several announcements over the previous two months detailing some of the signed channel partner agreements in Australia, USA, Japan, UK and South-East Asia. The announcements of purchase orders received in December represent the preparations for only some of these channel partners for their early 2008 sales. visionGATEWAY expects to make further announcements of new purchase orders early in January.

About visionGATEWAY, Inc.

visionGATEWAY is committed to the development of a high-growth, public company that creates, acquires, licenses and markets software solutions for Internet Resource Management and Security, capitalizing on the explosive growth of Internet use worldwide. As the global economy becomes ever more dependant on Internet-based tools and services, visionGATEWAY is positioned to exploit several multibillion dollar markets by delivering highly sophisticated security solutions to key government agencies, businesses, universities, financial services, and directly to the retail Internet consumer.

visionGATEWAY is growing revenues worldwide within expanding markets in the United States, United Kingdom, Europe, South East Asia, Japan, as well as Australia and New Zealand. For more information, please visit:

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