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CorrectNet Exhibit at SIA Event Changing the Way Data is Managed and Delivered

HAUPPAUGE, NY, June 20, 2006 – CorrectNet, Inc. is spreading the word about how it is changing the way data is managed and delivered within financial businesses at Booth #4606 during this year’s SIA Technology Management Conference, held at the New York Hilton June 20-22 in midtown Manhattan.
Several of the firm’s senior executives will be present at the three-day event.

According to SVP Jim Mancuso, “We’re a perfect example of this year’s show theme of ‘Cool and Competitive Technologies’. Our XML-based infiPOINT data management platform is a unique technology that enables our clients to efficiently collect and consolidate data from any source, distill actionable information from the data, and deliver it to those who need it using the delivery methods of their choice—Web-based views and exposed services, documents, or raw XML for subsequent application consumption.”

Fellow SVP Jim Rich adds: “Over the last several years, we’ve earned a reputation with some of the world’s largest asset management firms of being able to solve tough data management and delivery problems that could not be solved using conventional approaches. Our proven success has served as a springboard for expansion within global financial institutions, asset management firms, and service providers like prime brokers, custodials, and others.”

With SIA projecting total attendance of more than 6,000 delegates, SVP Warren Brinker believes the event is an excellent opportunity to expose a wide array of decision-makers to CorrectNet’s powerful complement to traditional data warehouses, BI tools, and other data management solutions. “Our proven ability to deploy customized reporting applications and delivery vehicles in a fraction of the time and cost associated with standard development projects or third-party implementations,” Brinker says, “makes it easy to engage in compelling discussions of how CorrectNet can help businesses improve their overall agility.”