SOURCE: GuestMetrics, Inc.

July 10, 2006 12:14 ET

GuestMetrics, Inc. Signs New Customers

ASHBURN, VA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 10, 2006 -- Tammy L. Posten, Chief Operating Officer of GUESTMETRICS, INC. (PINKSHEETS: GESM), a software provider and data mining company for the hospitality industry, announced today it has signed a contract to provide on-premise data to a major wine manufacturer. In addition, in the past 30 days, GuestMetrics signed new restaurant contracts representing 56 locations, increasing the Company's customer base to over 300 units.

Stated Ms. Posten, "We are pleased to announce these two significant milestones. The acceleration of our restaurant count provides us with the ability to expedite the sale of on-premise data to the food and beverage manufacturers/suppliers."

GuestMetrics signed restaurant contracts with Bookbinder's Restaurants, Asian Inc., Flat Rock Grill, Greenleaf Ventures, King's Family Restaurants, Louis DeAngelo's, and Sparkie's Bar and Grill. These represent independent and regional chains specializing in American, Italian and Asian cuisines.

About GuestMetrics

GuestMetrics, Inc. (GuestMetrics) is a software provider and data mining company for the hospitality industry. The company provides a suite of applications, Guest360, which enables restaurateurs to increase their top and bottom line by driving customer loyalty and improving business operations. The technology developed by GuestMetrics provides the infrastructure for restaurateurs to implement gift card and advanced loyalty programs, disseminate and measure targeted promotional campaigns and analyze their daily operations through a secure web-based application. By integrating directly with a restaurant's Point of Sale system, GuestMetrics collects check-level spending data. This information is sold in aggregate to food and alcohol beverage manufacturers, distributors or other companies interested in analyzing customer spending trends. More information about GuestMetrics may be found online at

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