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Investis Adds Annual Report Mailing, Whistleblower Services in Partnership With Issuer Direct

The Partnership Will Reduce Admin Costs and Offer Price Benefits for IROs

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/09/14 -- Investis Inc., one of the fastest growing providers of online IR and corporate websites in the US, will add annual report mailing and whistleblower services to its core IR website and webcasting packages in a partnership with Morrisville North Carolina-based Issuer Direct Corporation (NYSE MKT: ISDR) to reduce administration costs for issuers and offer price benefits.

"Our customers are telling us they want the best products in each area of need but also find managing multiple vendors time-consuming and costly," said Investis Inc. CEO Rupert Spiegelberg. "Annual report fulfilment and Whistleblower services are a key part of many IR websites and we are delighted to be partnering with an industry leader in this area."

Investis now offers clients the ability to manage the handling and mailing of print annual reports, factsheets, quarterly statements, proxy statements and other documentation through a fully outsourced end-to-end ordering and delivery service via a web-based order form or investor hotline accessible from their IR website.

Investis will also provide through its Issuer Direct partnership a fully integrated Sarbanes-Oxley-compliant Whistleblower telephony and web-based report capture system for the publicly-listed companies. Issuer Direct is one of the largest hotline providers in the world and a recognized leader in compliance disclosure.

Both these services can now be offered as part of the Investis IR webhosting and webcasting proposition.

"Investis is a partner that is aligned with our core objectives and strategies," said Issuer Direct's Chief Executive Officer, Brian Balbirnie. "We already share several customer relationships globally, and look forward to expanding and aligning the partnership with our future strategic initiatives."

About Investis
Investis Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Investis Ltd., the world's largest privately-held software-as-a-service provider for corporate communications and investor relations officers with approximately 1,700 clients in the US, Europe and Asia. Investis builds, manages and hosts corporate and IR websites, social media platforms, apps & mobile, video & webcasting, and online reporting services. Investis works with blue chips such as CVS Caremark, GE, Chevron, BP, Credit Suisse, BAE Systems, L'Oreal, adidas, Anglo-American as well as a host of other large, medium and small cap companies.

About Issuer Direct Corporation
Issuer Direct Corp. (ISDR) is a market leader and innovator of Disclosure Management Systems and Cloud-based Compliance Technologies. The company's flagship technology platform -- the Disclosure Management System (DMS) -- is a secure cloud based workflow compliance collaboration system for corporate issuers and compliance professionals. Issuer Direct, with more than 1,500 corporate issuers as clients, in the US and Europe is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

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