AXS-One Named One of ‘100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management’ by KMWorld for Third Straight Year

Rutherford, N.J. - 22 February 2007

For the third consecutive year, AXS-One Inc. [AMEX: AXO], a leading provider of high performance records compliance management solutions, announced that it has been selected as one of the "100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management" by KMWorld, the leading information provider serving the Knowledge, Document and Content Management systems market.

“We're privileged to be recognized again by KMWorld as a pioneer in this very vibrant industry,” said Bill Lyons, CEO of AXS-One. “Knowledge management is an everexpanding priority within all organizations today and we pride ourselves on staying at the forefront of its development.

“Growing concerns about litigation readiness and e-discovery, especially as a result of changes to the Federal Rules for Civil Procedure, and a persistently strict regulatory environment are altering how organizations look at archiving and electronic records management. Forward-thinking companies are implementing high performance, integrated solutions, such as the AXS-One Compliance Platform, to address their IT, compliance and legal needs.”

In a recent self-commissioned survey, called the Compliance-Enabled Enterprise, AXSOne found that there was often a disconnect in Corporate America between a strong priority for compliance in the C-suite and the ability for IT departments to execute this priority. A solution like the AXS-One Compliance Platform can bridge this gap with powerful records compliance management functionality.

KMWorld editors compiled this seventh annual edition of the list through a rigorous
selection process. More than 1,000 eligible organizations were considered and reviewed through discussions with colleagues, practitioners, theorists, analysts, vendors and their customers. KM World will feature the 100 companies in its March issue.

“If there is a single trait shared by the companies on this list, it is their determination to treat their entire constituency chain, from top to bottom, with respect and without hubris,” said KMWorld editor-in-chief Hugh McKellar. “Clearly, attitude alone doesn't warrant inclusion on the list; attitude must be accompanied by elegance in the design and implementation of their software.”

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