Distribution agreements with MicroAge

CallWare’s Intranet Telephony Suite of Products will be offered through full-line distributor

CallWare Technologies Inc. Tuesday announced an agreement with MicroAge (NASDAQ:MICA), a full-line distributor and global systems integrator, to sell CallWare’s Intranet Telephony Suite of products.

This suite includes the CallWare Series 5 — a voice server, voice board, and CallWare software pre-installed and pre-configured, which is easy to plug into most existing telephone systems. CallWare’s patented voice mail system includes unified messaging, free long-distance messaging via the Internet and Internet access to voice mail.

“This relationship with MicroAge ensures the distribution of CallWare’s business voice mail solutions to both interconnect and data resellers,” stated R. Craig Hansen, CEO and chairman of CallWare Technologies. “CallWare is the only software available today utilizing open data and telecommunications products.

“CallWare’s use of industry-standard products allows MicroAge to establish itself in computer telephony, which is quickly growing towards a projected $20 billion dollar industry.”

As open, software-based systems, CallWare supports industry standard hardware, software and voice boards. CallWare offers significant savings, improved communications, intelligent call processing and call management applications to businesses of all sizes.

Users of voice mail can see their messages displayed graphically through CallWare ViewPoint or in the GroupWise Universal Mail Box. CallWare voice mail solutions also use the Internet as a mechanism to provide global communication without long-distance charges.

According to Tom Gammon, vice president of MicroAge strategic products and services, “CallWare’s software enables our resellers to add computer telephony applications to our large range of products and services.

“The Series 5 bundled solution, assembled in MicroAge’s world-class integration facility, gives interconnects and telephone system vendors the opportunity to more easily transition into computer telephony by being able to order a fully-configured system that is ready-to-go, out of the box. This `plug and play’ system allows these vendors to concentrate on the telephony hardware and software they know best.”

MicroAge Inc., a Fortune 500 company, is a global systems integrator and a full-line distributor of information technology products and services. The company provides systems integration services and distributed computing solutions to large organizations worldwide through its MicroAge Infosystems Services branch network.

MicroAge also serves the computer reseller market as a full-line distributor, offering customers over 20,000 products from more than 500 suppliers backed by world-class logistics and ISO

9001-certified integration services. MicroAge’s annual revenues exceed $3 billion. The firm is headquartered in Tempe, Ariz.

A leading-edge telecommunication company for three decades, Callware Technologies, Inc. develops voice and telephony enabled solutions. Known for its flagship Callegra.UC product, Callware provides voicemail, unified messaging, auto attendant, text to speech (TTS), voice recognition, and the ability to get access to voice and fax messages from the telephone, mobile client, desktop client, or the Internet. The product supports VoIP, SIP and other PBX integrations. Callware produces high security versions of its product, one of which is the Callegra.UC JITC product, created specifically for the United States Department of Defense (DoD). Callware’s products are installed in thousands of locations throughout the world. Callware Technologies corporate headquarters are located in Salt Lake City, Utah.