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Tactical Distributors Retains Warp 9 to Develop Mobile E-Commerce Solution

New Client Uses WarpMobile Magento for Building Its Mobile E-Commerce Site Intended to Drive Revenue

SANTA BARBARA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/03/14 -- Warp 9, Inc. (OTCQB: WNYN), the premier provider of mobile and e-commerce solutions for midsize online sellers, today announced that it has entered into agreement with Tactical Distributors, a tactical equipment provider, to utilize the WarpMobile Magento platform in developing a robust mobile solution for Tactical's Magento e-commerce website.

Founded in 2006, Tactical Distributors LLC was originally a high-end equipment distributor that has in recent years expanded to the retail market. The company offers high-end apparel, footwear, cameras, knives, tools, lighting, and other accessories through household brands such as Arc'teryx, Under Armour, Benchmade, Surefire, Pelican, EOTech, G-Shock and others.

Warp 9 will be tasked with developing the brand's mobile e-commerce solution to sustain the growth that the company has experienced over the past few years, especially within the retail market. Warp 9's industry leading mobile platform, WarpMobile Magento, will easily integrate with their existing Magento website and enable Tactical to grow their mobile marketing promotions and campaigns. In addition, WarpMobile Magento will extend a simple, user-friendly mobile design to Tactical's customers, making it easier and more streamlined for customers to find products and checkout. This will result in increased sales and positive customer experience when purchasing from mobile devices.

"Tactical Distributors is a dynamic brand whose growth can be attributed to providing not only great products, but also a great shopping experience," said Andrew Van Noy, CEO of Warp 9. "They have a loyal following of customers who want to access their great products from their smartphones. WarpMobile Magento will give these customers access to Tactical's product lines with a click of a button from their smartphones. By developing an affordable and scalable platform that can be customized by Tactical Distributor's management, the brand will be in a better position to capture additional market share, and improve overall revenue."

In July, Warp 9 announced the launch of WarpMobile Magento, an affordable and scalable mobile solution for Magento's 240,000 e-commerce websites. The timing of this announcement coincides with explosive growth in the mobile commerce space, as Internet Retailer recently reported that the top 500 leading retailers will generate approximately $84 billion in 2014. The WarpMobile Magento offering was developed specifically to serve the 240,000 businesses currently using Magento e-commerce solutions of which approximately 85%-90% do not have a mobile platform.

About Warp 9

Since 1998, Warp 9, Inc. is the premier provider of eCommerce solutions for midsize online sellers. Offering fully managed Software-as-a-Service web and mobile eCommerce technology, Warp 9 allows customers to focus on their core online businesses, rather than on technical implementations. To learn more about Warp 9, please visit www.warp9inc.com or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/warp9inc, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/warp9inc

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