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Attendware Changes Name to Attend.com to Reflect Rapid Growth

In Q1 Company Adds Over 300 Customers, Expands Leadership Team With Seasoned Executives and Delivers New Product Solutions

BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/17/14 -- Attendware, the innovator of event management software solutions, today announced it is changing its name to Attend.com effective today. The new name more accurately reflects company evolution and rapid growth. In the past three months the company has garnered over 300 new customers worldwide, strengthened its leadership team and expanded its solution and market presence.

"The product has grown into a complete platform for successful events," said Drew D'Agostino, Chief Technology Officer and co-founder. "Attend.com more accurately communicates our broad, disruptive vision for this business as we continue to expand our market presence."

"Events mean business and the company's strong growth necessitates this change," said Greg Skloot, Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Attend.com. "Events are making a comeback into the marketing mix as organizations lose face time with prospects and customers as more of the sales process moves online. Companies are looking for tools that keep their event operational costs down and have embedded analytics that are able to measure ROI and enable systematic testing and improvement for events. This is our vision and it is better captured by the Attend.com name."

Growth highlights include:

  • Over 300 New Customers - Use of Attend.com's solution has escalated throughout Q1 2014. BMW Melbourne, National Aquarium, Sony Ericsson, General Motors' Chevrolet and the University of Virginia all use Attend.com's solution to manage events.

  • Expanded Corporate Leadership - To accelerate its growth, the company recently added two experienced executives to its leadership team, including John Donnelly III as Chief Revenue Officer and Jim McDonough as Vice President of Sales.

  • New Product for Universities - Attend.com for Universities is an online software solution that helps universities produce successful events by simplifying and automating event registration, check-in and attendee management. Universities such as Northeastern University, Providence College, University of Virginia, Dalhousie University, and Elon University are using Attend.com to organize alumni meetings, fundraising receptions, speaker series, club meetings, award receptions, admissions and recruiting events, personnel training, Homecoming and reunion events as well as student life activities.

For a free trial of Attend.com's event management software click here.

About Attend.com
Attend.com provides online software that helps event organizers produce high quality events by simplifying and automating event management processes. The company's innovative software eliminates the time-consuming tasks of onsite event management and has proven to increase attendance, decrease event costs and free up onsite resources. Dalhousie University, Northeastern University, United Way, BMW, and the University of Virginia are just a few organizations that are using Attend.com's solutions. The company is backed by .406 Ventures and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. For additional information, please visit www.attend.com.

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