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DATATRAK International Reports First Quarter Results for 2008
Date:5/8/2008

ding sales momentum as we entered this year and felt we were moving in such a direction that we believed 2008 would place us back on a positive sales growth trend," stated Dr. Jeffery A. Green, President and CEO of DATATRAK International, Inc. "This optimism was supported by a near record volume of approximately $4.1 million of new business during the fourth quarter of 2007, a reflection of positive results from our reorganized marketing and sales efforts. We were careful to frame our anticipated return to growth as a gradual, but positive trend, stating it was certainly possible that as we progressed through the remainder of 2008 and beyond, a particular quarter's sales may not necessarily be greater than the prior, however, looking out, the trend should be progressively upward."

Green Continued, "Based partially on our first quarter 2008 revenues, which represented our first sequential quarterly revenue increase in quite some time (going from $1.8 million in the fourth quarter of 2007 to $2.1 million during the first quarter of this year) and new backlog additions totaling approximately $3 million, I am pleased to report to you today that during this first quarter we continued to make progress towards achieving our recovery goals for 2008."

"Our relationship with NTT DATA continues to advance. During this quarter our respective teams have been working closely on continued training on our eClinical platform and we are working hand-in-hand with NTT DATA's marketing and sales team in Japan. NTT DATA will be present in our booth at the upcoming Annual DIA trade show in Boston in June."

"While challenges and uncertainties still confront us, we are encouraged with our progress during the most recent quarter and remain positive about our future potential. We are focused on, and working to return the Company to a positive cash flow environment as quickly as possible. I encourage you to join our conference call later today where these and other topics
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