SOURCE: Small World Labs

April 30, 2008 08:00 ET

Small World Labs Adds More Than 50 Enterprise Customers in Nine Months; Surpasses 100th Customer Milestone

Enterprise Social Networking Company Sees Growth in Number and Size of New Customers

AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwire - April 30, 2008) - Small World Labs, a leading provider of enterprise social media solutions and online community building expertise, today announced it has added more than 50 new customers in the last nine months, surpassing the 100 customer milestone in just one-third the time taken to reach the 50th customer. Significantly, growth was present not only in the pace of new customer agreements, but also in the scope and size of organizations selecting Small World Labs for their enterprise social networking software and expertise.

Established businesses and organizations are increasingly adopting social networking as it allows them to better understand, engage and serve their key constituents. Marquee customers choosing Small World Labs over the course of the last nine months included: Beliefnet/Fox Digital Media, American Academy of Pediatrics, American Cancer Society, Melcrum and Domino's Pizza MATRACA.

"Small World Labs' social media software represents a key platform for collaboration and provides companies using our Business Community Management solutions an opportunity to improve communication within a given business community," said Jonathan D. Gatrell, vice president of Industry Development and Standards for Inovis, a leading provider of on-demand software solutions reducing the complexity and cost of supply chain communication. "The combination of Small World Labs and Inovis allows businesses and their trading partners to securely exchange mission critical data, share information and ideas, leading to better decision making and more profitable operations."

"A key component of our success has been the growing number of organizations that see the value of facilitating deeper and more relevant conversations, whether those conversations are internal among employees, or between businesses and their customers and partners," said Michael Wilson, CEO of Small World Labs. "These organizations illustrate some of the benefits social media delivers, such as greater operational efficiency and profitability. Social networks and online communities give our customers a competitive advantage. It is that prospect that continues to drive the adoption of social media by enterprise players."

In addition to the more recent Small World Labs customers named above, the company proudly counts the Dallas Morning News, San Diego Union Tribune, CMP, Guideposts, and others among its established customer base.

About Small World Labs

Founded in 2005, Small World Labs is a proven enterprise social media solution provider, best known for its unique combination of technology and community building expertise that helps customers better understand, engage and serve their key constituents. Small World Labs takes a hands-on approach to community building, providing a robust social-networking architecture and best practices gained through years of experience, so that customers are best positioned to create a successful and vibrant community.

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