Synesis7 Announces License Agreements with Wyoming & North Dakota Tribal Firms

Butte, MT - September 6, 2007 - Synesis7 Corporation is pleased to announce it has licensed its Metamorphose/i3 suite of products to Shoshone Information Technology Company (SITCO) of Lander, Wyoming and to Chippewa Tribal Industries (CTI) of Belcourt, North Dakota. "With Synesis7’s support, these license agreements enable SITCO and CTI to provide complete end-to-end S1000D conversion solutions for their customers," said Synesis7 CEO Allen Ellmaker. "Using Metamorphose/i3, SITCO and CTI can provide the full range of XML solutions, from business rules development to conversion and delivery of tagged, S1000D XML-compliant text and graphics."

Synesis7 is also pleased to announce it has established a relationship with Chickasaw Nation Industries (CNI) of Ada, Oklahoma. CNI will provide quality assurance and independent verification and validation services in support of S1000D and other XML conversion efforts.

SITCO, CTI and CNI are all Native-American companies and members of the Intertribal Information Technology Company (IITC). SITCO and CTI are the first two IITC-member companies to license Synesis7’s Metamorphose/i3 suite of automated conversion solutions.

About Synesis7 - About Synesis7 – Headquartered in Butte, Montana, Synesis7, a woman and veteran-owned small business, has emerged an industry leader providing an automated system and process for converting complex source materials into S1000D compliant XML, significantly reducing cost, time, and errors within the conversion process. Acting as a total “system” transformation enabler, Synesis7 helps client-partners navigate through the challenges of rapid, unpredictable change and complex technology evolution through systems, software, and integrative management solutions that effect positive change.