SANDRINGHAM CAPITAL CHOOSES IMAGINE AS COMPANY EXHIBITS AT NEW GAIM 2007 IN MONACO

New York - 18 June 2007

Imagine Software, a leading provider of on-demand trading, portfolio, and risk management solutions for the global financial services industry, today announced that Sydney-based Sandringham Capital, a long/short fund that employs derivatives, has selected the award-winning Imagine Trading System for its portfolio and risk management requirements.

The latest in six rapid-fire wins in the Asia-Pacific region thus far in 2007, Sandringham selected Imagine’s ASP-based service, Derivatives.com, because of its real-time performance and institutional-grade functionality—without the IT resource demands associated with enterprise-class applications.

As the former head of risk management (and corporate and retail equity derivatives) at Citigroup Australia, and head of equity risk management products at UBS Australia, Sandringham’s managing director Steuart Roe is quite familiar with state-of-the-art systems. Of the capabilities Imagine confers, he says: “We use Imagine to trade equities and equity derivatives in every continent of the world. It is one of the few truly industrial-strength equity trading and risk management systems available. Imagine’s robustness provides us with comfort that our diverse range of investments can be appropriately risk managed. Our clients agree, with our use of Imagine being instrumental in winning mandates. We love Imagine.”

Says Yvonne Dahl, Imagine’s Director of ASP Sales and Marketing, “We’re very pleased to gain a client so attuned to the advantages of an integrated ASP solution with a comprehensive package of software, data, and services. We’ll be showing why Sandringham and many others have chosen Imagine through live product demos to visitors at Booth #60 at GAIM 2007, at the Grimaldi Forum in Monte Carlo, Monaco.”

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