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Halogen Software Achieves Most Successful Quarter in Company History - Includes Record Year-Over-Year Overall and License Revenue
Date:11/5/2007

OTTAWA, Nov. 5 /PRNewswire/ - Halogen Software Inc., the leading provider of Web-based employee performance and talent management software today announced the third quarter of 2007 was the organization's strongest to date. The organization set records in almost every category with nearly 50 percent year-over-year revenue growth over the third quarter in 2006.

"Maximizing employee performance is a high priority for our organization and this new solution will enable us to drive talent management strategically while providing our staff with a time-saving, Web-based process," said Sheila States, Human Resources Director with MSNBC.com. "Halogen was flexible enough to meet our specific and evolving business needs."

As part of Halogen's continuing commitment to providing simple-to-use, innovative and flexible Web-based software, Halogen Employee Performance and Talent Management Suite version 8.1 was released during this exceptional third quarter. This newest version has proven to be a great value to organizations raising the usability bar and providing the flexibility to meet the changing needs of organizations of all sizes and in every industry.

"When selecting an employee performance management solution Halogen stood out as a recognized leader in the healthcare field," said Kathy Anderson, Director of Organizational Development with the American Hospital Association. "Halogen provided strong references and offered a number of key capabilities, such as intuitive navigation and use, flexibility and the power to instantly generate real-time reports that enable us to monitor the performance management process."

In addition to MSNBC.com and the American Hospital Association, Halogen also welcomed new customers such as: Activant Solutions Inc., Adams Street Partners, Advanced Composite Inc, Air System Components, Boyle Engineering Corporation, Brinderson, LP, Caprock Communications, CMC Microsystems, CrossCom National, District of Columbia Publ
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