SOURCE: Dovarri, Inc.

April 21, 2008 07:00 ET

Houston Technology Center Honors Dovarri CEO Geary Broadnax

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwire - April 21, 2008) - Dovarri, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: DVAR) announced today that Geary Broadnax will be honored as a Featured Entrepreneur during the Celebration of Entrepreneurs Gala given by the Houston Technology Center (HTC). Featured honorees are recognized by HTC as some of Houston's leading entrepreneurs. The annual Gala will be held on May 8 at the River Oaks Country Club. Broadnax is President and CEO of Dovarri.

HTC was founded to enhance Houston's global image as one of the world's major technology innovation centers and serves as an incubator for emerging technology companies. HTC strives to recognize and support the growth of rapidly developing technology companies through grants, a mentorship program, and advanced business strategy training.

"I am honored that HTC considers me one of our city's leading entrepreneurs. HTC has been a great source of technological and business guidance for my companies over the years and has truly assisted in accelerating our growth," said Broadnax.

Broadnax has founded three award-winning technology services and consulting companies. In 1995, Allsource Inc.'s dramatic growth garnered it second place in the Houston 100, Houston's annual list of its fastest growing companies. In 1998, his second company, Insync Internet Services, followed suit, placing first as the fastest growing technology company and placing second overall. Broadnax has twice been named finalist for Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year, and has also been awarded the Houston Small Business Association's Businessperson of the Year (1999). Broadnax was recently elected to service on the Board of Directors of the Virginia Tech Foundation, and has served on numerous philanthropic and business boards, including the Better Business Bureau, the Houston Technology Center, the Houston Symphony, and the Houston International Festival.

Broadnax's current venture, Dovarri, a leading provider of Customer Relations Management and Sales Force Automation, provides services to a wide variety of business sectors. Dovarri 7.0 Orizon presents intuitively designed, web-based CRM/SFA software that develops stronger customer relationships by identifying and managing customers' needs. Orizon's SFA automates sales tasks, manages customer interactions, and analyzes sales forecasts and performance. Orizon's foundation, Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services, is a revolutionary .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. More information about Dovarri can be found at www.dovarri.com.

The Houston Technology Center is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) corporation that accelerates the commercialization of emerging technology companies by providing in-depth business guidance, access to capital and service providers, and entrepreneurial education. HTC also promotes Houston as a leading technology city and serves as a hub for the local technology business community. More information about HTC can be found at www.houstontech.org.

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Contact Information

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    Dovarri Investor Relations
    713.882.3594
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