January 05, 2010 13:59 ET

SUMOTEXT, Inc. Reports First Quarter 2010 Results

LITTLE ROCK, AR--(Marketwire - January 5, 2010) - SUMOTEXT, Inc. (OTCBB: SMXI), a fully reporting public company and a leading short code application provider, announced its results for the three months ended November 30, 2009.

Revenue for the first quarter was $270,568, an increase of 65% when compared to the prior quarter and an increase of 167% when compared to the same three-month period one year ago. Net loss for the first quarter was $112,387, a decrease in net loss of 36% when compared to the prior quarter and a decrease in net loss of 40% when compared to same three-month period one year ago.

The Company's President, Timothy Miller, said, "While revenue for the quarter was strong, our Base Recurring Monthly Subscription Plan Fees metric remains the most accurate method to measure our core growth from period to period."

Base Recurring Monthly Subscription Plan Fees that were scheduled for the second quarter were $91,242, a 13% increase when compared to the $79,752 in Base Recurring Monthly Subscription Plan Fees that were scheduled entering the first quarter. Historically, Base Recurring Monthly Subscription Plan Fees scheduled for the prior four quarters have grown sequentially from $41,635, to $62,459, to $79,752, to $91,242.

Mr. Miller added, "January 8, 2010 will mark the two year anniversary of our first client signing. While we enter this New Year with a growing and diversified roster of over 500 clients, we continue to refine our sales and marketing models and develop new strategies to equip and monitor the success of our new and existing clients. Despite the challenges inherent to a nascent industry, we believe more than ever that short codes will become the predominate method to reward consumers with mobile coupons and VIP access to private sales -- as well build valuable customer profiles and collect customer feedback and comments. As traditional mass marketing channels continue to give ground to targeted, interactive channels, the mobile phone has become the linchpin that tethers multimedia, social networking, and commerce. Our technology, brand visibility, and client references have us well positioned to take advantage of these trends and accelerate our growth at the leading edge of the economic recovery."

SUMOTEXT, Inc. is a short code application provider. Our clients leverage our carrier relationships, SMS gateway, and campaign management tools to begin engaging their most valued customers on their mobile device via text messaging. Though we support select clients that leverage our platform and expertise to 'SMS-enable' custom solutions, we remain dedicated to supporting and enhancing a branded, self-service platform that our clients access online to manage compliant Text-2-Join and Text-4-Info programs via common short codes. Our powerful, yet easy to use tools enable our clients to fully control keywords on short codes and configure highly interactive campaigns and message flows that increase response rates from traditional advertising channels while they identify, attract, profile, and reward our clients' most valued customers.

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    SUMOTEXT, Inc.
    Taylor Bradley
    Public Relations
    Timothy Miller
    President & CEO