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DATATRAK International Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year Results for 2007
Date:2/26/2008

these advantages as the market and the regulatory bodies mature in this direction. As such, we have remained committed to the advancement of our eClinical product suite so that we are well positioned for these developing opportunities and just a few weeks ago, announced our developmental progress with the release of Version 5.0."

Green continued, "In addition to advancing the capabilities of our eClinical product suite, we undertook a number of cost cutting initiatives in 2007, identified weaknesses within our sales and marketing efforts and made the necessary changes in people and procedures. As a result of these and other actions, we are seeing early signs of a building sales momentum and we look forward to returning the Company to a positive sales growth trend during 2008. During the fourth quarter of 2007 we signed contracts for approximately $4.1 million of new business. This represented one of the strongest quarters in our Company's history, a testimony that the steps we put into place last year with the reorganization of our sales and marketing efforts are yielding positive results. While challenges and uncertainties still confront us, these recent wins give us encouragement about our future potential and we are striving to return to a cash flow positive environment with the associated improvements in gross margins as quickly as possible."

"We concluded 2007 on an especially strong note with the December announcement of a significant multi-year Enterprise Subscription License relationship with NTT DATA of Japan. The drawing power and the name recognition associated with NTT DATA in Japan were clearly evident at a recent trade show in Tokyo, where at times potential clients were 4-5 rows deep within our booth. Though it will take several months for these opportunities to mature to the point of potential contracts for NTT DATA, the early signs from our new relationship are extremely positive."

"We enter 2008 with an elevated level of optimi
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