SOURCE: visionGATEWAY, Inc.

December 03, 2007 09:45 ET

visionGATEWAY Announces Immediate Access Into the Japanese Market for the Latest Version of INTERScepter™

"This Acquisition Will Provide Direct Access Into Executive Level in Blue Chips, Such as Mitsubishi, Hitachi, Ricoh, Sharp, Canon, and Samsung"

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - December 3, 2007) - Following the rapid acceptance of the INTERScepter™ product in Australia, visionGATEWAY Inc. (PINKSHEETS: VGWA), an Internet Resource Management and Security software solutions company, announced that entry into the Japanese market has been accelerated with a preliminary agreement which will lead to a full acquisition and replace the previously announced channel partnership.

visionGATEWAY has signed an agreement with the CEO of a Japanese software distribution company. This company has been closely associated with the software market for a number of years, initially with Baltimore Technologies (Baltimore was previously a Global Security Software leader). The key personnel have built an extensive network of contacts both from this period and as current software distributors, an important factor in this regional software market.

This acquisition will provide direct access into executive level in the blue chips, such as Mitsubishi, Hitachi, Ricoh, Sharp, Canon, and Samsung. The new company at CEO level will build upon an existing relationship with NCR Global Support Services as well as strong connections and direct access into China and Korea.

With over 74 million people in 13 major cities and the home of many major international corporations, the Japanese market potential for the INTERScepter™ Solution is more than $200 million per year. Subject to the completion of due diligence and purchase arrangements, the acquisition is expected to be completed in January so that localization of INTERScepter™ can be completed ready for launch in the Japanese market by the end of March 2008.

Following the successful Australian launch of INTERScepter™ V4, and this accelerated entry into the Japanese market, visionGATEWAY sales forecasts are being upgraded accordingly with a substantial improvement in overall revenues forecast for the 2008 calendar year from the previous $9 million to approximately $20 million. The company will provide further information relating to sales activities in due course.

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Managers resonate immediately to the key message -- Stop Your Staff Wasting Time on the Internet. One manager commented, "I am tired of walking into the office and seeing all the screens flicker away from the time wasters like Facebook and YouTube. I want INTERScepter now so I can see minute by minute what is happening and who is doing it. I want to get back in control and stop my staff wasting time." November saw the release for sale in Australia of the appliance version of INTERScepter™ -- a plug and play option that allows INTERScepter™ to be easily installed in an office network without disrupting the information flow.

About visionGATEWAY, Inc.

visionGATEWAY is committed to the development of a high-growth, public company that creates, acquires, licenses and markets software solutions for Internet Resource Management and Security, capitalizing on the explosive growth of Internet use worldwide. As the global economy becomes ever more dependant on Internet-based tools and services, visionGATEWAY is positioned to exploit several multibillion dollar markets by delivering highly sophisticated security solutions to key government agencies, businesses, universities, financial services, and directly to the retail Internet consumer.

visionGATEWAY is growing revenues worldwide within expanding markets in the United States, United Kingdom, Europe, South East Asia, Japan, as well as Australia and New Zealand. For more information, please visit: www.visiongateway.net.

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