SOURCE: Visiphor Corporation

September 25, 2006 08:00 ET

Visiphor Appoints Senior VP to President and COO

VANCOUVER, BC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- September 25, 2006 -- Visiphor Corporation ("Visiphor" or the "Company") (OTCBB: VISRF) (TSX-V: VIS) (XETRA: IGYA) announces that effective September 21st, 2006 Mr. Mike Hilton, formerly Sr. Vice President, has been appointed President and Chief Operating Officer of the Company. Mr. Hilton will continue to be directly responsible for the Sales and Marketing and Product Management groups in addition to his new role directing the daily operations of the Company.

Mr. Hilton has brought a significant background in product management to Visiphor. He has been engaged in assisting with the product direction of the company since joining Visiphor in November 2005, having been the previous President and CEO of Sunaptic Solutions. Mike helped to guide the Visiphor team that lead to the successful launch of IFAB (InForce Arrest and Booking) for the US market in April and resulted in the recently announced sale to Santa Ana Police Department in California. "Prior to Sunaptic as one of the founders of IVR Interactive, I spent over 10 years in product management and marketing with our telecommunications software products," says Mike Hilton. "I had been directly involved in product management and channel partner development so it has been exciting to bring those skills into Visiphor over the last year. With a refined product strategy and a strong consulting organization we are now in a great position to take advantage of both."

"The new leadership team has never been in a better position to deliver quality software products for data sharing and integration to our highly valued consulting services customers," says Oliver "Buck" Revell, Chairman, "Mike brings us strong leadership to deliver our two strengths to a broader market."

The appointment of Mr. Hilton will enable Mr. Roy Trivett, CEO, and Mr. Wayne Smith, CFO, to focus their attention on the strategic direction of the Company and potential growth through mergers and acquisitions.

In connection with Mr. Hilton's appointment as President and COO he has been granted an additional 250,000 options at $0.18 per share, expiring on September 21, 2009, with a hold period until January 21, 2007. One third of these options will vest immediately, one third will vest September 21, 2007, and the final third will vest September 21, 2008.

About Visiphor

Visiphor software products and services deliver practical, rapidly deployable solutions that integrate business processes and databases. The Company's solutions focus on disparate process and data management problems that exist in government, law enforcement, security, health care and financial services. Using industry standard Web Services and Service Oriented Architecture ("SOA"), Visiphor delivers a secure and economical approach to true, real-time application interoperability.

The Company's flagship product, referred to as the Briyante Integration Environment ("BIE"), has a production-proven ability to reduce the time, complexity, and risk associated with defining, implementing, and supporting integrated access to physically and technologically disparate computers and datasets. The broad ranging applicability of BIE into a variety of areas (e.g. health care, financial services, government services, telecommunications, etc.) has been clearly demonstrated by highly successful deployments in the United States and Canada. Visiphor systems are utilized in Canada, the United Kingdom, United States, Mexico and the Far East. The Company is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. For information about Visiphor or the Company's products and services, please visit

"Oliver 'Buck' Revell"
Chairman, Visiphor Corporation

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