Cybermation Inc.

Cybermation Inc.

March 29, 2005 09:05 ET

Cybermation Exceeds 25% Revenue Growth for Second Consecutive Year; Increased Demand for Job Scheduling and Software Change Management Fuels Company's Global Success



MARCH 29, 2005 - 09:05 ET

Cybermation Exceeds 25% Revenue Growth for Second
Consecutive Year; Increased Demand for Job Scheduling
and Software Change Management Fuels Company's Global

MARKHAM, Ontario--(CCNMatthews - Mar 29, 2005) -

Cybermation, a leading developer of enterprise job scheduling and
software change management solutions, reported overall revenue growth of
26 percent for fiscal 2004. Cybermation's focus on customer service and
enthusiasm continues to play a key role in these substantial increases.
Other factors supporting these results included a continued and strong
demand from Fortune 500 customers looking to modernize and simplify
their IT infrastructures by investing in ESP, a dramatic increase in the
company's direct sales force, and the expansion of European operations.

"At the start of 2004 IDC forecasted a 5.6 percent growth in the job
scheduling market and as a result of our commitment to customer
enthusiasm, our experienced services team and our sales expansion,
Cybermation claimed a significant portion of this forecasted growth,"
notes Ray Nissan, CEO of Cybermation. "Cybermation continues to exceed
the expectations of today's enterprises. Our goal is to ensure that our
customers have the quality products and service they need to increase
productivity and performance, keep Service Level Agreements on target,
and reduce costs."

In 2004, Cybermation gained such high profile customers as Broadspire,
Moen and Sprint. These and other customers partnered with Cybermation
for many reasons, including ESP's ability to simplify and improve IT
performance; allowing customers to better manage growth, complexity and
return on their IT investment.

During the year Cybermation delivered a new version of ESP Workload
Manager, its enterprise job scheduling solution. The company also
provided cross-platform job scheduling support for popular ERP
applications by releasing new and updated integrations including; ESP
Business Agent for Oracle E-Business Suite and ESP Business Agent for
SAP Solutions, which includes certification for SAP Business Warehouse
and NetWeaver. Several other new products contributed to the company's
revenue growth, including the ESP System Agent for Linux, tapping into
the expanding market for solutions supporting the Linux platform; and
Cybermation Service Manager, a real-time visualization reporting
solution to measure and manage key performance metrics for Cybermation's
ESP solutions.

About Cybermation

We make the complex, simple. Cybermation develops enterprise job
scheduling and software change management solutions to help solve the
pressing business and technology issues confronting enterprises today.
Cybermation has a dedicated team of experienced industry professionals
to install our solutions, train staff and support customers. We have
industry-leading customer enthusiasm levels and an enviable list of
Global 2000 customers, including Allstate Insurance, CN Rail, Delta Air
Lines, Gap Inc., Honda, McDonald's, Nike, Hudson's Bay Company, UPS, and
Verizon in North America and T-Systems UK, Sony, GE Capital and Janssen
Pharmaceutica in Europe.

Cybermation has global presence, with offices throughout North America
and Europe. Our enterprise solutions include ESP Workload Manager and
ESP Espresso for job scheduling environments and ESP Alchemist for
software change management environments. For more information, visit

Cybermation® and ESP Workload Manager® are registered trademarks of
Cybermation Inc. ESP Espresso™, ESP Business Agent™ and ESP
Alchemist™ are trademarks of Cybermation International Inc. All other
brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective companies.


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