SOURCE: Stock Market Alerts

October 26, 2006 09:25 ET

Investments Tips for Aggressive Traders! October 26, 2006

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MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - October 26, 2006) - Stock Market Alerts' performance stock list includes: Integrated Software Development Ltd. (PINKSHEETS: IDVJ), Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT), Sun Microsystems Inc. (NASDAQ: SUNW), Flextronics (NASDAQ: FLEX).

Stock Market Alerts is initiating coverage on Integrated Software Development Ltd. (ISD) (PINKSHEETS: IDVJ) this morning! Yesterday after the markets closed, the company, a provider of enterprise software aimed at small- and medium-sized enterprises, released news that could have the attention of speculative investors, when it announced that Tactivision, a leading Israeli communications company, has purchased the entire range of BENEFIT modules and plans to operate the software as a comprehensive Customer Relations Management (CRM) system.

BENEFIT is an off-the-shelf solution that is geared towards small- to mid-sized customers in service-intensive industries. It offers the power and many of the features found in custom-made CRM and ERP enterprise systems at a fraction of the cost. BENEFIT is already used by over 3,000 users in more than 200 organizations across a wide range of functions and industries.

This is a stock for speculative investors to watch! CRM is a fast-growing dynamic market, characterized by the emergence and increasing popularity of open-source software and buyer consumption models such as hosted and subscription offerings. Total CRM software revenue grew by 13.7% in 2005 to $5.7 billion, according to a recent industry report by Gartner Inc. As buyers recognize CRM as a key driver of customer acquisition and retention, continued market growth is expected with a compound annual growth rate of 11.2% until 2010, with North America as the leading source of small to midsize business application software revenues.

"For the last ten years, Tactivision has maintained an impressive annual growth rate of 20%, not the least due to its very flexible CRM policy, and developed a system for customizing products to the specific needs of its clients, mainly professional service companies," notes Moti Maram, CEO of ISD. "Our distribution agreement with Tactivision is an excellent opportunity for ISD to capture the off-the-shelf CRM software solutions market in Israel and we expect the agreement to show excellent results within a short time."

Before the news hit the wires, Integrated Software stock closed yesterday at under a Penny a share.

A profile of Integrated Software Development can be found at: http://www.wallstreettradingalerts.com/IDVJ102506.html

ISD Ltd. is an Israeli software company providing enterprise software that enables small- and medium-sized enterprises to optimize functions such as workforce management, contact center operations and asset management. The easy-to-employ solution, BENEFIT, includes many Customer Resource Management (CRM) functions with the focus on customer need for greater internal efficiency, cost control and maintaining customer service quality.

Other Stocks of interest yesterday were:

Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) up 0.1% on 40.7 million shares traded. Microsoft is one of the leaders in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential.

Sun Microsystems Inc. (NASDAQ: SUNW) up 2.7% on 129.5 million shares traded. Sun is in the development of technologies that power some of the world's most important markets.

Flextronics (NASDAQ: FLEX) down 2.9% on 17.9 million shares traded. Flextronics is one of the leading Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) providers.

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