SOURCE: NewMarket Technology, Inc.

NewMarket Technology, Inc.

August 26, 2010 09:00 ET

(NWMT) NewMarket to Review 26% Profitable Revenue Growth to $55 Million Reported for the First Six Months of 2010 in On-Demand Webcast

DALLAS, TX--(Marketwire - August 26, 2010) -  NewMarket Technology, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: NWMT) today announced that the Company is scheduled to release a Webcast reviewing its recently filed second quarter 2010 financial report. For the first six months of 2010, NewMarket reported a 26% profitable revenue growth to $55 million compared to the same period in 2009. Net income for the first six months of 2010 was up over 100% to $1.49 million compared to the same period in 2009.

The Webcast review is expected to be conducted by NewMarket's Chief Financial Officer, Philip J. Rauch, and include highlights of the 2010 second quarter report, performance highlights year-to-date and an outlook for the balance of 2010.

NewMarket is a global small business incubator that provides systems integration services, to include technology reselling, customization, integration, outsourcing and support services, primarily within the global emerging and high growth markets in China, Southeast Asia, Latin America, North America and East Africa where technology purchasing is on the rise.

The Webcast is scheduled to be posted to the Investor Relations section of the corporate website www.newmarkettechnology.com later today and emailed to the corporate opt-in database upon release.

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About NewMarket Technology, Inc. (www.newmarkettechnology.com)
NewMarket Technology is a global small business incubator. NewMarket's current portfolio of operations provides systems integration, technology infrastructure services and emerging technology. NewMarket's operations strategically focus on providing technology and support services in emerging and developing economies with high growth rate potential where technology purchasing is on the rise. In addition to its base of operations in North America, NewMarket has operations today in the growing economies of China, Southeast Asia, Africa, Brazil and Northern Latin America. Overall, NewMarket reported over $95 million in revenue for 2008 and reported over $98 million in profitable revenue for 2009.

NewMarket's operations provide services and support for both brand-name technologies, such as Microsoft, as well as emerging technologies ranging from mobile computing to various security and wireless broadband technologies. NewMarket's rapid growth since 2002 placed the Company on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 for 5 consecutive years. NewMarket was recognized as the third fastest growing technology company in the United States in 2006 and the number one fastest growing technology company in North Texas for two years in a row.

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