SOURCE: Dovarri, Inc.

March 19, 2008 07:03 ET

Dovarri Announces Major Expansion Into the European Market

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwire - March 19, 2008) - Dovarri, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: DVAR) announced today a major expansion into the European market via a signed agreement to resell its Customer Relations Management (CRM) software through London-based Winning By Design (www.winningbydesign.net). A major sales training and support provider, Winning By Design combines over 50 years of successful sales, sales management, business development and consulting experience with its founding directors, including Charles Bates, CEO. Dovarri, a leading provider of CRM and Sales Force Automation (SFA), specializes in the small and medium-sized business sectors (SMB). CRM software develops stronger customer relationships by identifying and managing customers' needs; SFA regulates the sales cycle by automating sales tasks, managing customer interactions, and analyzing sales forecasts and performance.

Winning By Design (WBD) works with intact sales operations to analyze, diagnose and correct sales skills and effectiveness while using real data about prospects and customers. As a result, clients realize immediate improvement in their operational and business performance. WBD's seven proprietary programs range from specific skills development to refinement of executive management, with clients guided to the tools that make the most immediate impact on their revenue stream. They have worked with over 100 major clients, spanning 40 countries over five continents, including Microsoft, Honeywell Controls and Motorola.

"For our clients to be the most effective in their market area, they need the best processes, skills and tools to manage their opportunities and existing relationships. Dovarri has worked so well for us, that for us to be the best in our field, we must pass it on to our clients," said WBD CEO Charles Bates. "We are looking forward to a long and prosperous relationship with Dovarri."

"This agreement gives Dovarri a major foothold in the European market with an established, proven sales specialist. WBD's clients are companies intentionally seeking ways to increase their revenue and streamline their operations, and we're excited to be their CRM and SFA solution," Dovarri President and CEO Geary Broadnax said. "It's gratifying that one of our own clients perceives that the European market is ready for us, and recognizes a tremendous money-making opportunity for us all."

Dovarri, a leading provider of Customer Relations Management (CRM) and Sales Force Automation (SFA), provides services to a wide variety of business sectors. CRM software develops stronger customer relationships by identifying and managing customers' needs; SFA regulates the sales cycle by automating sales tasks, managing customer interactions, and analyzing sales forecasts and performance. Dovarri 7.0 Orizon presents an intuitively designed, web-based CRM and SFA software utilizing a streamlined customer interface. Because 80% of the program can be learned within an hour, rapid implementation and user adoption is certain.

Microsoft Windows SharePoint is a unique .Net platform that controls business information and manages documents over the Internet. Building Dovarri's CRM/SFA on its foundation results in simplified information sharing, increased efficiency in team collaborations, and improved personal productivity. HP, a long-term Strategic Partner, recognizes Dovarri's superior products and service, and recommends Dovarri to their small and medium-sized CRM customers (www.hp.com/sbso/wireless/sales_force_automation.html). Dovarri was awarded SFA Small and Medium Business Product of the Year in 2005 by SEARCHCRM.com. More information about Dovarri is available at www.dovarri.com.

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