SOURCE: The Wall Street Small Cap Reporter

June 01, 2005 07:00 ET

MicroTech Trader Featured Company Viyya Technologies (OTC: VYON) Acquires WISE Learning Solutions

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DALLAS, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- June 1, 2005 -- MicroTech Trader, a leading source of news and information for investors in small cap technology companies, continues its coverage of Viyya Technologies, Inc. (OTC: VYON) as its featured company in the software space.

VYON has developed and is currently marketing one of the world's most advanced, web-based information management applications for use in the home, office and while traveling. The company's core technology manages disparate information from the Internet, corporate intranets, databases, newsgroups, e-mail and third-party feeds by enabling users to customize the way they collect, process, distribute and store data.

VYON's VIYYA™ software gives users the ability to retrieve filtered content from many sources, determine the relevancy of the information and have information processed into notifications, daily reminders, newspapers, or archived for future use. Its feature combination is currently not available in any other product.

Last week, VYON announced the acquisition of WISE Learning Solutions, a provider of web-based security awareness training required by regulatory compliance initiatives and mandated by new laws such as HIPPA and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. In the past six months, WISE has enjoyed sales of more than 50,000 individual corporate licenses to clients that include Fortune 100 companies and numerous state and local government agencies.

The companies have announced that the first example of their blended technologies -- a portal designed to provide today's Security Officers with critical and customized information for security and compliance -- will be displayed at the Techno-Security Conference this month.

VYON has sustained good volume recently on strong news. Its shares closed Tuesday at $0.042, up five percent on the day. The company's newly announced relationship with MobilePro (OTC BB: MOBL) and this latest acquisition are expected to generate significant revenue that likely will fuel continued interest in this stock.

Microtech Trader is also monitoring these technology "stocks to watch": Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) and Ameriresource Technologies, Inc. (OTC BB: AMRE).

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